Pooler’s Planning and Zoning board approved a plan for a large multipurpose development along Pooler Parkway at Monday’s meeting.
Pooler’s Planning and Zoning Board on Monday recommended council approval of a site plan for a building on U.S. 80 which drew public opposition in April.At a Pooler council meeting on April 22, plans for the multi-purpose commercial, office and living space, Pooler Promenade, were presented.
Pooler City Council on Monday approved a $61,000 Thomas & Hutton evaluation of eight Pooler intersections.
Pooler’s Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday approved a division of a lot at the corner of Old Dean Forest Road and U.S. 80.The lot, located at 1757 Old Dean Forest Road, is owned by RePete Properties LLC.
Pooler police is looking to enroll residents in its emergency alert system.
Pooler resident and former Georgia House of Representatives District 161 candidate Adam Bridges announced on Monday his intent to run for Pooler mayor.
Pooler’s Planning and Zoning Board on Monday recommended approval of a 288 single-family unit extension of the Savannah Quarters Subdivision.The addition marks phase 18 of Savannah Quarters, which takes up approximately 2,588 acres alongside the southwest side of the Interstate 16 and Interstate 95 interchange.
Chatham County Board of Elections Supervisor Russell Bridges came before Pooler’s City Council on Monday with plans to divide two of Pooler’s voting precincts.Council tabled Bridges’ proposal until the next council meeting on July 1.
Nearly 100 live oak trees that Pooler required developers to plant along the street in the Town Homes of Village Green neighborhood more than a decade ago face an uncertain future after a city attorney connected them to a trip and fall injury.
After nearly an hour of discussion, the Pooler Planning and Zoning Board on Monday voted to table a proposed development at 506 W. Highway 80.