In a special called meeting immediately following Monday’s work session the Hall County Commission officially lodged a protest over the City of Buford’s upcoming consideration of an annexation request for 34.59-acres along McEver Road
Unanimous approval was given Tuesday evening by the Gainesville City Council to a rezoning request that will bring twenty new residential housing units to a 1.56-acre vacant lot near downtown Gainesville.
Despite a recommendation for approval Monday evening from the Hall County Planning Commission, not all members of the commission are sure a rezoning application for a self-storage warehouse complex is the best use for 5.56-acres along Spout Springs Road.
First reading approval was given by the Flowery Branch City Council Thursday evening to a rezoning application that will bring 65 new townhomes and 26,400-square feet of commercial space to an 11.34-acre site at the southwest corner of McEver Road and Gainesville Street.
The Hall County Planning Commission appeared to have finally put into words the terminology that will govern a new zoning classification, but after a lengthy discussion it decided to wait until next month to vote on the matter.