The Marshall County Commissioners held a public hearing Monday morning for a proposed ordinance revising the two-mile zone for Culver.
According to the unofficial minutes of the meeting, the ordinance eliminates parcels bisected by the current zoning configuration.
The majority of the affected parcels lie in the north and west sectors of the two-mile zone. Culver gained 449 acres and the county gained 239 acres in the revision.
There were no public comments and after the public hearing was closed the commissioners voted to suspend the rules and pass the ordinance on all three readings.
The proposed ordinance made its final stop to the commissioners after having been approved by the Culver Plan Commission, the Culver Town Council and the Marshall County Plan Commission.