It didn’t take long for the Cuming County Board of Supervisors to give its stamp of approval to the county’s updated rural zoning regulations. Less than thirty minutes even.

Only three people addressed the board on the zoning updates, and only one of them spoke against adopting them as recommended by the Planning Commission (PC). Tim Otte said he still didn’t like how the regulations address the possibility of someone deciding to build a home or livestock operation along a minimum maintenance road.

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