Nope, can’t make it up. Didn’t make up the headline, didn’t make up the news, it actually happened and it was actually written over at the StarNews:
The Wilmington Planning Commission unanimously voted Wednesday to approve zoning 10 submerged acres in the Cape Fear River as mixed use. The land was recently annexed into the city of Wilmington by the N.C. General Assembly in House Bill 180. Once the land was annexed into the city, it had to be zoned, said Planning Manager Ron Satterfield, explaining that the city has to zone all property within its limits.
You have to wonder why the House saw the need to annex it, then you have to figure out why it had to be zoned for mixed use and then you have to figure out how to get the catfish and crawfish to comply and have appropriate setbacks.
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