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A proposed change to an Indianola zoning ordinance on bed and breakfasts and boarding houses may come back to life, despite Indianola City Council members voting it down July 1.

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KatFarris

I think bed and breakfasts are a plus for a community. Through the years we have stayed in several of them from Montana to France. The council needs to explore what other cities are doing for regulations. From parking to number of guests to density of B and B’s, all need to be addressed. Kathie Farris

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