Members of Braselton’s Downtown Development Authority and town staff recently accepted a “Best Design-Placemaking Award” of the year from the Georgia Downtown Association for the library crosswalk on Davis Street.
In addition, as the Planning Director reports, the design standards proposed appears to conflict with the existing residential character and standards of both the abutting and greater Chateau Elan community.
The proposed automatic, tunnel type car wash on 1.16 acres would be an outparcel to a larger development adjacent to the property.
The new owners of Chateau Elan are requesting a master plan amendment for 48 acres near the winery.
The proposal that came before the council was largely different than when the request was first brought before the Braselton Planning Commission.
Braselton and Hoschton both have seats up for grabs in this year's election. Two in each city.
The plan requests re-zoning the two parcels into a split zoning of 9.53 acres for general commercial, 32.5 acres for multi-family housing, and 35.28 acres for manufacturing and distribution.
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.