Hampton city council approves nearly two-thousand acre annexation

The Hampton city council annexed nearly two-thousand undeveloped acres into the city this month after passing the first read on October 8 and second read on October 15 for the properties. The annexation increases the city's land area by 54%. The annexation expands Hampton’s city limits in a historic direction, now including large portions of... Continue Reading →

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Commissioners receive first update about Megasite

The Henry County Megasite is shown highlighted in yellow. (TSW Photo) Earlier this month, Henry County officials received their first update regarding the ongoing planning study for the Henry County Megasite. The megasite includes approximately 6,000 acres located west of US Highway 19 / 41 in southwest Henry County. Commissioners hired Tunnell-Spangler & Associates, Inc.... 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 →

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 →

Lower Woolsey traffic study available

The Henry County BOC approved the rezoning request in November 2018. Lower Woolsey Henry 780 LLC is a proposed rezoning of 683 acres to M-1 (light manufacturing). Moving Henry Forward has been reporting on this request since June. Given the size of the request, a development of regional impact review is ongoing by the Georgia... Continue Reading →

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