Kelleytown grocery store stalled over sewer service

Questions over sewer service resulted in commissioners denying a comprehensive plan amendment for a proposed grocery store in Kelleytown, but several board members indicated they would support the rezoning if sewer access is resolved. The proposed store is located at the southeast corner of state route 155 and Kelleytown Road. The rezoning request, to rezone... Continue Reading →

Board approves SPLOST IV District IV budget amendments

Remaining funds from Fire Station 16, among other projects, were transferred to JP Moseley Park. (staff photo) County commissioners approved SPLOST IV budget amendments worth $385,124.00 at this month’s meeting. The funds were sourced from completed projects and transferred to JP Moseley Park. Funds were transferred from the following projects: $94,169.00 from East Lake Road... Continue Reading →

ZAB tables Kelleytown grocery store

January 12 update: the zoning advisory board recommended approval of the rezoning request. The zoning advisory board tabled a rezoning request in November for a new mixed use development at the southeast corner of state route 155 and Kelleytown Road. The ZAB also recommended approval of a concurrent request to amend the future land use... Continue Reading →

Campground Road opens to traffic August 20

The long-awaited Campground Road extension, a project twenty years in the making, is scheduled to open to traffic on Tuesday, August 20. The $19 million dollar project has been funded through Henry County SPLOST. Construction for the project was awarded to McCoy Grading, Inc of Greenville, GA in March 2017. The lowest bid was $13,327,208.26... Continue Reading →

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