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The Monmouth City Council approved on July 17 a zone change application for 32 acres of property off Hoffman Road.

Firefighters put out a burn pile got that away from the owners of a property at 2525 James Howe Road on Sunday afternoon.

Another piece of Dallas’ timber town legacy will be gone soon as the dismantling of old drying shed, affectionately known as “Noah’s Ark,” on the former Weyerhaeuser mill property began last week.

To be in compliant with city codes, a nutria must be caught in a live trap before being dispatched with a pellet gun.

“It’s expected to burn for probably about a week,” said Todd Brumfield, Dallas Fire Department deputy fire chief, adding that unless a new fire is spotted, passers-by don’t need to call the fire department.