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Horseshoe Hill, named for its shape, was not zoned for use by horses


Until this past week, one should not have been able to find a hoof print, let alone a horseshoe, on Kimball’s Horseshoe Hill, as it was zoned R-2, for residential use only.

Horseshoe Hill, encompassing more than 125 acres of land was rezoned rural residential following discussion for and against the process at the Kimball City Council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 16.

The land, situated south-east of the Kimball High School, is owned by James Vrtatko and was previously zoned R-2, prohibiting the use of the land for any kind of livestock.

Though Vrtatko was unable to attend the meeting, he stat...

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