The Top Five Posts of 2022

Photo shows motorists using the new diverging diamond interchange at I-75 exit 218 / state route 20 on Monday morning, June 27 (Clayton Carte photo).
(Clayton Carte photo)

Here’s a look back and recap of the top posts during 2022. The ranking is decided by you, our readers, based on which articles received the most website visits.

Top Five Posts 2022

To finish out our countdown, below are the year’s top five posts. If you missed numbers 6–10, check them out here.

5. Stockbridge Annexation 2022

A proposed annexation in Stockbridge drew significant attention when the initial proposal included 23,000 new residents. Lawmakers would later revise this number down to 6,600 residents before voters approved it in November.

4. New Apartments off Jonesboro Road and Highway 155

Back in January 2022, the zoning advisory board heard proposals for new apartments off Jonesboro Road and highway 155. Entering the new year, both projects are awaiting a final zoning decision by the county.

3. North Ola Road Mixed Use Housing

Similar to the item above, the number three entry on our list is also a proposed development. A proposed housing project off North Ola Road includes townhomes, quadraplexes and single-family homes. It too is awaiting a final decision before the board of commissioners.

2. Early Voting 2022

Election years always generate additional interest in early voting, and 2022 was no exception. The second most popular post of the year was the early voting schedule during the May primaries.

1. I-75 Exit Closure

Finally, the top post of 2022 goes to the closure of I-75 exit 218 last summer. The weekend closure by Georgia DOT allowed the diverging diamond interchange to complete final traffic shifts.

Featured image shows I-75 exit 218 at state route 20 in McDonough. Clayton Carte photo.

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Clayton Carte is the founder and owner of MHF News. He founded the site in 2017 to highlight transportation projects. Over time, he began covering other topics like new development so residents can best know what’s happening in our community.