Land owners, business owners, and citizens in Braselton are invited to represent a cross section of the community and participate in updating the town's 20 year plan.
The Braselton Planning Commission approved amending an existing planned unit development (PUD) master plan for HECE, LLC for 229 acres to allow for a mix of commercial and residential development. The property had previously been designated for a large commercial shopping center only.
The organizers of the annual Rivers Alive cleanup in the Mulberry River watershed report this year's effort led to the removal of nearly two tons of trash and debris, including 48 car or truck tires.
Holiday Inn Express & Suites hosts a grand opening in Braselton on Tuesday, June 11, 2019.
Pete Patel and Husein Khimani, co-owners of Braselton Crossing Hospitality, saw opportunity when they decided to break ground in Braselton two years ago for the new Holiday Inn Express & Suites.
The event will offer citizens an opportunity to engage with local police, meet department officers and view police vehicles up close.
The Braselton Town Council deferred the hearing to July 3 (it was previously planned June 6). Chateau Elan Resorts, LLC, is requesting a change to its master plan that would allow 115 townhomes and 16 detached single-family residences. It is also requesting a handful of variances.
Two large residential developments proposed for the Braselton-Hoschton area took their first steps last week toward a possible rezoning in the future.
The report provided to Braselton highlights a “diverse customer base, very low industry risk, track record of account increases, and good operational management policies and practices.” It also notes a 70 percent debt-to-capitalization ratio.
Braselton Main Street has earned recertification after meeting the performance standards set by the National Main Street Center. The Center recognizes exemplary commitment to preservation-based economic development and community revitalization