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The creation of a Lawrenceburg historic district will have to wait until the city council hears from the people.
The council voted 4-1 to table its final recommendation and to schedule a public hearing allowing property owners to express concerns or support for the establishment of a historic district.
City council member Ken Evans was absent from the April 8 meeting.
Council member Bobby Durr made the first motion, saying he’d like to hold a public hearing before the council moves forward on anything involving the district.
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