HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. - On Tuesday night, the Huntersville
commissioners decided not to vote on a controversial rezoning request.
Eyewitness News found out last month that a developer wants to rezone an area near the Wynfield subdivision off Gilead Road to build roughly 80 homes.
Neighbors think the development would cause too many headaches.
Tuesday night, commissioners decided to wait until January to make a decision.
Tuesday, Huntersville commissioners decide not to vote on rezoning request
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