The Hall County Board of Commissioners narrowly approved a request Thursday evening from Mincey Marble Manufacturing to rezone an 11.68-acre tract of land across the highway from its Browns Bridge Road headquarters, allowing Mincey to construct a 100,000-square foot facility.
Since its completion in 2011, Thurmon Tanner Parkway has been a landscape maintenance challenge. That, hopefully, will change with an intergovernmental agreement to be considered by the Hall County Commission.
The doors opened earlier than advertised at the Gainesville Civic Center Wednesday morning and people began filing in to learn more about “health care”; lower case “health care” – not upper case Health Care as in the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
Gainesville City School Board members spent over an hour discussing the final agenda item of Monday evening’s work session: the “Enota Capital Project Program”, but in the end came away without a final decision on what site plan would work best for the rebuilding of the 61-year-old elementary school.
Hall County Fire Services announced Monday that it will team with American Red Cross for a smoke alarm blitz campaign at Countryside Village Mobile Home Park off of Lanier Islands Parkway on Saturday, October 15, 2016.
“Unexpected” might be an apt adjective to describe the history of Mincey Marble Manufacturing’s rezoning request, a request that would allow the nearly 40-year-old company to expand their current operations. “Unexpected” is also the adjective area residents hope will apply to the Hall County Commission’s final decision regarding Mincey’s request when it comes before them next month.