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Byline: Regan Loyola Connolly
May 5--Armed with charts, pictures and maps, Snowdoun residents successfully protected their neighborhood Tuesday from an industrial development plan they believed would harm their way of life.
After hearing pleas from both residents and developers who wanted to build the industrial park on 27 acres on the east side of Norman Bridge Road near Snowdoun Chambers Road, the Montgomery City Council unanimously voted in favor of the homeowners.
"The lighting this park would create would be obnoxious and would disturb our country way of living," said Rebecca Harris, who lives on Norman Bridge Road. "The seven-acre pond that …