Posts tagged with "Zoning"

Decatur officials respond to UDO questions

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt July 30, 2014

The Decatur interwebs have been on fire this week as residents debated the city’s proposed zoning code overhaul, called a Unified Development Ordinance. There were several lengthy discussions about the first draft on community email lists and on social media. Residents questioned the amount of power the rewrite gives to the city’s Historic Preservation Commission and […]

New zoning sought for Kirkwood project

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt July 7, 2014

A developer planning to tear down older apartments and replace them with new ones is in the process of getting the property rezoned. An attorney representing developer KB Partners, a company affiliated with Euramex Management, tells Decaturish that there’s no rush to redevelop the property. He said the company filed the application on July 1 to meet […]

Decatur BOE will consider attendance maps on Tuesday

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt December 9, 2013

Decatur Metro reminds us that there’s an important meeting tomorrow, Dec. 10 that could decide the future of the city’s schools. City Schools of Decatur Board of Education will meet on Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m., to consider changing school attendance maps. The meeting will be held at Westchester Elementary, located at 758 Scott Boulevard, Decatur, GA […]

PUBLIC HEARING: Fuqua’s Decatur Crossing Project Goes Before Dekalb Planning Commission Tuesday

Posted by September 10, 2013

A public hearing is scheduled to take place at the Dekalb County Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Dekalb Planning Commission will consider rezoning and special land-use permits that would allow for a 5-story building on the site where Scott Blvd Baptist Church currently stands. Unable to maintain their property, Scott Blvd Baptist Church made […]

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