Neighbors Turn Out Against Proposed Brownstone Townhomes

Photo shows rendering for three-story brownstone townhomes proposed off Jonesboro Road at Mitchell Road (Moore Bass Consulting photo).
A proposed development at Jonesboro Road and Mitchell Road is proposing 2 and 3-story brownstone townhomes. (Moore Bass Consulting photo)

Between 40–50 neighbors, mostly from the Crystal Lake subdivision, turned out to Thursday night’s zoning board meeting in opposition to two proposed developments in their area. The proposals were for a new gas station at Jonesboro Road and North Mt. Carmel Road, and brownstone townhomes at Jonesboro Road and Mitchell Road.

Planning staff and the zoning advisory board recommended denial on both requests. The board of commissioners must consider them at a later date to make a final decision.


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