Henry County residents have two opportunities to attend events this upcoming Tuesday, May 23. First, the county’s future land use plan has its next meeting. Secondly, State Representative Lauren Daniel has a town hall.
Both meetings will take place on Tuesday, May 23, beginning at 6:30 pm. Please consider coming out to provide your feedback and learn the latest!
Future Land Use Meeting
Henry County is updating its comprehensive land use plan. This document serves as a guide where new housing and what type of housing can build within the county. The next public meeting, to look at the future land use map, will be on Tuesday, May 23. It starts at 6:30 pm. The meeting will take place at the county admin building located at 140 Henry Parkway, McDonough.
Attendees will hear progress to date on the plan update. They will also take part in an activity to help map out where new construction could occur within the county. The planning team will use residents’ feedback when determining their final recommendations. The final document will be ready by August.
Of note, the county plan update is looking at unincorporated areas only. Each city is undergoing a separate update. More info about the county update is available on its website.
State Rep’s Town Hall
In addition, State Rep. Lauren Daniel will host a town hall meeting in Locust Grove. The Tuesday night meeting will likewise start at 6:30 pm at the Locust Grove Event Center. The venue is at 280 Mose Brown Drive off Bowden Street.
The main topic will be everyone’s recent tax bills, residents’ options to file an appeal, and steps the state has taken to reduce taxes. Rep. Daniel will also share updates from this year’s legislative session. State lawmakers met from January through March.
Daniel represents house district 117. The district encompasses the Ola, Locust Grove and Luella communities. Portions of McDonough and Union Grove are also in the district.
Featured image shows a calendar with ”Town Hall” circled on one of the dates. Staff graphic.