March 27 Meeting – Meeting regarding the development at Milledge Place

I had hoped that Georgia DOT would see the terrible mess this development will cause, but alas the project is approved by DOT to move forward. The next step will involve the meeting with Dekalb County starting in May. Before the Dekalb meetings, Toll Brothers will hold a meeting to address the local neighborhoods at 6:00 pm on March 27 at Sol Catering at 1145 Zonolite Rd., suite 11. Please attend if you can! I have included the email from Carl Westmoreland (attorney representing Toll Brothers) below. I requested and updated plan for the development. If all goes well, I should be able to share this next week. This is all of the information that I have right now, but I will update everyone if anything new comes my way.

From Carl Westmoreland:

Karen and David, you may recall that this application had been deferred a couple of times as the applicant attempted to get a response from GDOT on the access which will be allowed. We have now asked to be put on the county’s May cycle of hearings, with the assumption that we will have an answer on access before the Community Council meeting on April 10. We wanted to get back with those in the immediate area again prior to the public process and have reserved Sol Catering at 1145 Zonolite Rd., suite 11 (same place we met before) for a meeting at 6:00 pm on Wednesday, March 27. Please let others know about this as necessary. Also, the application will be amended prior to the meeting to eliminate the Land Use Plan amendment and reduce the total number of units requested from 372 to 202. Please let me know if you have questions.

Carl Westmoreland
Partner Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP
Direct: 404-504-7799
CWestmoreland@mmmlaw.com

3 thoughts on “March 27 Meeting – Meeting regarding the development at Milledge Place

  1. Sylvia Broome

    Karen thank you!

    This is terrible news, I cannot possibly see how they can have an entrance on Briarcliff or Clifton. It’s encouraging to see that they reduced the number to 202, however, but that’s not near enough.

    I’ll be happy to put notices on people’s mailboxes if need be.

    Thanks for your hard work, and keeping us in the loop!

    Sylvia

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