Cumberland hoping to close its gap: Town seeks to unify its sides with new zoning guidelines for historic U.S. 40 corridor

Marion County's sea of urban sprawl laps up to the town's western border; subdivisions and cornfields snooze peacefully to the east, in Hancock County. "It's basically like a tale of two towns in one town," said Cumberland's planning and development administrator, Cory Wilson. But Wilson and other community leaders are on the cusp of launching a plan to unify the town of 6,000 under a common, historic development theme for U.S. 40. The new guidelines will apply to a corridor...

 

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