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Variance for 3-Story Apartments on Loganville City Council Work Session Agenda

Loganville will have the first work session of the city council at 7:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall.

The Loganville City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 7, 2013, for the January work session. The regular voting session will follow on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013, also at 7:30 p.m.

Included on the agenda is an application by Mahaffey Pickens Tucker, LLP to increase the height for proposed apartments and units per acre at Old Zion Cemetery and Highway 78 in Loganville. According to officials, the property is already zoned for two-story apartments - the variance requested would allow for the apartments to go up another story.

The full agenda for the meeting is as follows:

a)    Planning & Development – Chairman Mark Kiddoo

  • Case #R12-005 – Mahaffey Pickens Tucker, LLP – 31.75 acres on Old Zion Cemetery RM-8 to R22
  • Case #V12-006 – Mahaffey Pickens Tucker, LLP – 26.02 acres on Hwy 78 increased height and units/acre
  • Short Term Work Program Resolution
  • Updates / Reports

b)    Human Resources – Chairman Skip Baliles

  • Updates / Reports

c)     Finance – Chairman Mark Kiddoo

  • Updates / Reports

d)    Public Safety Committee – Chairman Rey Martinez

  • Updates / Reports

e)    Parks & Events – Chairwoman Michelle Lynch

  • Updates / Reports

f)     Public Utilities –  Chairman Dan Curry

  • Updates / Reports

g)    Public Works / Highways & Streets –  Chairman Skip Baliles

  • Updates / Reports

 

IV. CITY MANAGER’S REPORT

  • Updates / Reports

 

V. CITY ATTORNEY’S UPDATES / REPORTS

  • Updates / Reports
Sherry Lambert January 07, 2013 at 01:34 PM
Since I travel this exact location everyday twice a day, I have to say NO WAY can we possibly accommodate any additional traffic or pedestrians at this location. What are they thinking? There would have to be major improvements to the entire intersections at Hwy 78, Hwy 81, Lee Byrd Road and Old Zion Cemetery Road, if this is to happen. Also renters do not increase our tax base the same as individual property owners.
Classic Glass Tinters February 08, 2013 at 03:01 PM
Dear Citizens of Loganville and all of Walton County, Please voice your opposition to the City Council of Loganville. Please go to LoganvillePeople.com and simply fill out the mail form, it takes less than a minute. Please stand up for your community! Do you want more crime and traffic headaches? Take a look at some other communities, such as Snellville! Remember how it was? Do you like it now? Feel free to share the link with your neighbors: LoganvillePeople.com

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