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Second Waffle House planned in Locust Grove

Locust Grove will soon have double the scattered, smothered, and covered love as Waffle House looks to build a second location at I-75 exit 212 / Bill Gardner Parkway. The new store will be located southwest of the interchange adjacent to the under construction La Quinta Inn hotel. The property is zoned C-3 (heavy commercial)... Continue Reading →

Travels Tuesday: Georgia DOT awards $76.4 million dollar contract for I-75 CD system in Clayton County

A major project to widen and reconstruct portions of I-75 northbound in Clayton County will soon break ground after Georgia DOT awarded the project's construction in May. The $76,413,231.79 contract was awarded to Archer Western Construction, LLC of Atlanta, GA. The project will install a collector-distributor system on I-75 northbound between state route 331 (exit... Continue Reading →

Warehouses proposed along US 19 / 41

Two warehouses are proposed south of Hampton. (applicant photo) Update: the request has been tabled by the applicant. It has been rescheduled for the July 11, 2019 zoning advisory board meeting. A new rezoning request looks to build two warehouses totaling 464,360 square feet along US Highway 19 / 41 in Hampton. The applicant, a... Continue Reading →

Gardner 42 project adds 96 acres in Locust Grove

The Gardner 42 project will have site entrances along highway 42 and Marketplace Blvd. (applicant photo) The Gardner 42 industrial development in Locust Grove is expanding to include 96 acres located immediately north of the existing construction. The property is bank owned and zoned M-1 (light industrial) so no public hearings are required for the... Continue Reading →

BOC May 21 preview

The Henry County Board of Commissioners meet on Tuesday, May 21, at 6:30 pm. Meetings are held at the Henry County Administration Building located on Henry Parkway in McDonough. Agenda items include six public hearings for planning & zoning items, to include four rezoning requests, one appeal for a conditional use permit, and one request... Continue Reading →

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