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report print email Source: Editorial: Milton to build 27 homes off Bethany Bend
Preserve Rural Milton
December 27, 2013 | 09:46 AM

The discouraging thing about this article and the dialogue on all development in Milton, is that this focus is not on preserving the rural character. Despite the density, this development has large buffers, 75 FOOT, between the homes and the property lines. It has a large green space in the forefront of what is seen from the road. This is much superior to any of the prior options and superior to what would have happened if this has been left Ag-1 zoned. Wake up people, the density issues are secondary to the rural view and land preservation. In contrast to developments in other parts of N. Fulton, this development leaves large portions of the plat, undeveloped. this means those people living in the homes only have small lawns to take care of but can enjoy and share the woods and naturalized areas.

Laura Rencher
Coldwell Banker
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