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Board of Adjustment scheduled to hear 751 South complaint Dec. 6

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An appeal on the rezoning of land for the proposed 751 South development is on the calendar for the Durham Board of Adjustment's consideration on Monday, Dec. 6, according to Durham planning Director Steve Medlin. The case has not yet been added to the board's December agenda online.

The appeal was filed by Raleigh attorney Dhamian Blue on behalf of resident Kim Preslar and other land and property owners near the proposed site for 751 South, which is in the southwest corner of Durham County.

According to the Board of Adjustment webpage, the board typically meets on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 8:30 a.m. in the Committee Room on the second floor of City Hall.

The board is consolidating its November and December meetings, Medlin said, and holding the meeting on a Monday to accommodate the holidays.

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