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    Sherry Burkhalter

    I still can’t get over the fact that they are spending $83 k more to redo a plan they already did.

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    Jenny

    Not to redo it, fill the holes that the developers are using to get something other that the intent of the comp plan was supposed to be.

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    Jennifer

    I hope everyone understands the importance of this project. I’ve been at meetings with all of you for the Marta, Connolly, and Terwilliger Pappas’ developments along with the Townhomes on Ashford Dunwoody among others. At every meeting it is brought up that there are problems with the Overlay and Comprehensive Plan if they would allow this or that. This is your one and only chance to make changes that you want to see made in the them. This is your chance to put a stamp on what you want to see Brookhaven look like for the next 10,20, 30 years. As I have said a few times recently – timing sucks, it’s summer the pool is calling but being part of these meetings for one summer will give you the ability to have some of your time back later by not having to go to a development or traffic meeting every night – sometimes two, or three.

    I hope each and everyone of you will make an attempt to attend these meetings, regardless of if you like the current plans, want to see them changed or scrapped. This was done for US and if we collectively don’t show up everything else that happens will also be on us, and we can’t complain.

    I will do my best to make sure that EVERY resident is made aware of these meeting, if you could help by letting your friends and neighbors know about them and their importance it would be greatly appreciated.

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    Mary

    Is this what the Mayor said would allow us to define the types of land uses we want to see in our neighborhood? I thought that was the zoning rewrite. We went to a meeting at Lynwood and then never heard anything else about it.

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    Susan

    Welcome to Brookhaven.

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    Jennifer

    Mary,
    Yes, this is what the mayor announced earlier this year. There were some issues that came up during that meeting at Lynwood that caused the zoning rewrite to be put on hold until a character study was completed. It is very very important for any residents that want to have input to the future of the city attend these meetings as the zoning will be based on the results of these meetings.

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