- Taylor & Mathis, Inc. - Cherokee County and Kenneth Alston
- United States of America
I am contacting you with information of the proposed rezoning of the past “Dunn property” currently owned by Cherokee County. This property is currently zoned as residential (R-20). The proposal is to change the zoning to light industrial (LI). Listed below are a few concerns community members have about this proposal.
1. This commercial development will be at the headwaters of a tributary that flows through Westwood Station and then through Clark Creek Elementary School (CCES) and then into Clark Creek. Then empties into Lake Allatoona.
2. Light Industrial should remain on the North side of Hwy 92 throughout the Cobb County entrances. The South side has maintained a residential population.
3. Cherokee County has invested in the Clark Creek ES STEM Academy, Community members would prefer to foster residential growth in this area.
4. Cherokee County bought the property previously known as the “Dunn property” and earmarked it for Parks and Recs, but now selling for a profit? Below is a link of the originally proposed Southwest County Park. Go to page 47 of this document and view the original intent of this purchase.
Also, take a look at this AJC article concering this land purchase.
November 16th rezoning meeting. 7pm. Oak Grove Fire Station Community Room – 100 Ridge Mill Court, Acworth
If you are in opposition to this proposed rezoning please sign this petition and attend this meeting!
We, the undersigned, are in opposition of the proposed rezoning of the past “Dunn property” currently owned by Cherokee County and the adjacent parcel owned by Kenneth Alston. This property is currently zoned as residential (R-20). The community would like to foster a residential community in support of Clark Creek Elementary School and remain residential.
The Opposition of the proposed rezoning of the past “Dunn property” petition to Taylor & Mathis, Inc. - Cherokee County and Kenneth Alston was written by Andrea Dean and is in the category City & Town Planning at GoPetition.