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Local government (Brooklyn Heights Village Ohio) votes down resident- business owners solution to her zoning issue by using the zoning status (residential zoning with agricultural use allowed) to halt economic growth and business on her agricultural land. By using the excuse that she can not park trucks on residential property (even though it is a farm with agricultural use allowed), the council can restrict trucks off of designated roads in Brooklyn Heights, thereby satisfying the many complaints they are getting for truck traffic in the village. Instead, see how Kim is presenting the problem, and the solution so as not to kill the economic opportunities that the trucks bring to her farm. Most of Ohio is pro-agriculture as it is our number 1 industry, but some small local governments don't want any part of agriculture as they sit around and "wait for the recovery" to come to their village! There is something wrong with this picture!