Prologis Park proposes to add over one-thousand trailer parking spaces

Prologis Park is proposing trailer parking in Luella. (Google Earth image) A new rezoning request for forty one acres located along Hampton-Locust Grove Road is proposing to build trailer parking spaces for the adjacent Prologis Park warehouses. The property would include over one-thousand parking spaces accessible only via the existing industrial development. The rezoning request... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

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 →

Previewing the week of March 18

Several meetings will take place during the upcoming week offering residents an opportunity to attend and stay informed about local government. Four meetings will be held: Locust Grove, McDonough, the Board of Commissioners, and the SPLOST V committee. Locust Grove City CouncilThe Locust Grove city council meets on Monday, March 18, at 6 pm. Meetings... Continue Reading →

SIBC tabled until later date

The proposed Stockbridge International Business Center on Flippen Road has been tabled until a later date and will not be heard at tonight's zoning advisory board meeting. Moving Henry Forward will update page followers when the request is rescheduled. The zoning advisory board next meets on March 28, followed by meeting(s) in May. The proposed... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑