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Mega subdivision in Alabama's fastest growing county draws school system's ire


"The thought of 900 homes put in there with the time frame we are talking about, it's just not going to happen," said Scott, defending the project as something that will take place around the same time that Alabama 181 will be widened for increased traffic ...


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