Over the course of the last several months, a number of questions have cropped up about the 200-plus lot Trinity Falls subdivision set to be built off of Friendship Road in south Hall County, but at least one of them now appears to be answered.
The neighborhood will feature properties that fall on the Hall-Gwinnett county line, raising a number questions that Hall County Commissioners did not have immediate answers for when they approved it in December.
On Monday, the Hall County Board of Commissioners voted to sign an inter-governmental agreement between Hall County, Gwinnett County, the city of Gainesville and developers Edge City Properties to secure water and sewer services to the seven properties that straddle the line.
"The drainage basin (of the development) drains towards Gwinnett County, so they already have a pump station right there," Hall County Public Works Director Ken Rearden said.
Rearden said Gainesville needed to sign off on the agreement because they provide water service to Hall County. He said the county was approached by Edge City Properties to enter the agreement.