Re-Zoning Application Z-43 Hearing Cobb County Board of Commissioners   Tuesday, February 21, 2012 9:00 a.m.
ZONING NOTICE Z-43 – EAH Investments Northeast Quadrant of the Intersection of Holly Springs Road and Post Oak-Tritt Road ...
Holly Springs Sub. is low density R-20! 319 surrounding residents from over 6 subdivisions signed a petition opposing the ...
Low Density R-20 Lots in Holly Springs Subdivision directly across the Street from the Proposed EAH Investments Subdivisio...
High Density: EAH Investments proposal of 72 houses is a  high density  plan, one that is incompatible with the existing d...
Traffic Congestion (View from the East Side of Holly Springs Road at the Intersection of Alberta Dr. and Holly Springs Rd....
Traffic Congestion: Residents of 294 houses from Mt. View and Holly Springs subdivisions currently use this intersection t...
11-29-11 9:03am Holly Springs Subdivision Proposed Z-43 Subdivision Traffic Congestion: Early Morning Congested Traffic Pr...
Congested Traffic on Holly Springs Road near Alberta Drive Monday, 11-14-11, 8:43 am Holly Springs Subdivision Main Entran...
Environmental Considerations Move to retain as many large hardwood trees as possible.
Spring and Summer 2011 Wildlife These and many other animal species presently move freely in and out of the proposed subdi...
Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2010 Summer 2011 Red Shouldered Hawks Some Examples of Wildlife in the Holly Springs Road E...
Green Space Move to retain a green space area of at least 3-acres.
3-Acres of Green Space Move to retain a green space area of at least 3-acres. Indigenous Large Bird Species of Z-43
Our position has always been 60 homes with 3 or more acres of green space.
The community would welcome and embrace an R-20 subdivision on this property.  58-to-60 homes would have far less impact o...
Ultimately, the decision on the Rezoning of Z-43 must be based on what serves and benefits the greater good of the existin...
Please vote to DENY this Re-Zoning.  Please keep this property R-20 so it is compatible with the surrounding subdivisions ...
Thank you!
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Z 43 - Feb. 21 board Hearing PowerPoint

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This is a PowerPoint of the Feb. 21, 2012 presentation of Holly Springs and other surrounding subdivisions to the Cobb County Board of Commissioners regarding EAH Investments’ petition to rezone the above mentioned property on the east side of Holly Springs Rd. and the north side of Post Oak-Tritt Rd. in Marietta, Georgia.

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Z 43 - Feb. 21 board Hearing PowerPoint

  1. 1. Re-Zoning Application Z-43 Hearing Cobb County Board of Commissioners Tuesday, February 21, 2012 9:00 a.m.
  2. 2. ZONING NOTICE Z-43 – EAH Investments Northeast Quadrant of the Intersection of Holly Springs Road and Post Oak-Tritt Road Holly Springs Rd. & Alberta Dr. Holly Springs Subdivision 11-29-11 8:55am Proposed EAH Subdivision
  3. 3. Holly Springs Sub. is low density R-20! 319 surrounding residents from over 6 subdivisions signed a petition opposing the high density of Re-Zoning application Z-43. 72 High Density R-15 Lots Proposed by EAH Investments Post Oak-Tritt Road N H O L L Y S P R I N G S R O A D
  4. 4. Low Density R-20 Lots in Holly Springs Subdivision directly across the Street from the Proposed EAH Investments Subdivision Alberta Drive in Holly Springs Subdivision
  5. 5. High Density: EAH Investments proposal of 72 houses is a high density plan, one that is incompatible with the existing densities of Holly Springs Subdivision and other surrounding R-20 neighborhoods. 72 Lots of EAH Investments High Density
  6. 6. Traffic Congestion (View from the East Side of Holly Springs Road at the Intersection of Alberta Dr. and Holly Springs Rd.) Holly Springs Subdivision Entrance & Exit Z-43 Proposed Subdivision 11-29-11 8:56am
  7. 7. Traffic Congestion: Residents of 294 houses from Mt. View and Holly Springs subdivisions currently use this intersection to access Holly Springs Road and Post Oak-Tritt Road. EAH Proposed Subdivision Holly Springs Subdivision Main Entrance/Exit 11-29-11 8:47am
  8. 8. 11-29-11 9:03am Holly Springs Subdivision Proposed Z-43 Subdivision Traffic Congestion: Early Morning Congested Traffic Proceeding South on Holly Springs Road (Over a dozen subdivisions currently use the Holly Springs Rd. arterial corridor between Sandy Plains and Post Oak Tritt roads.)
  9. 9. Congested Traffic on Holly Springs Road near Alberta Drive Monday, 11-14-11, 8:43 am Holly Springs Subdivision Main Entrance/Exit Proposed Z-43 Subdivision
  10. 10. Environmental Considerations Move to retain as many large hardwood trees as possible.
  11. 11. Spring and Summer 2011 Wildlife These and many other animal species presently move freely in and out of the proposed subdivision acreage and Holly Springs and other nearby subdivisions.
  12. 12. Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2010 Summer 2011 Red Shouldered Hawks Some Examples of Wildlife in the Holly Springs Road Environs
  13. 13. Green Space Move to retain a green space area of at least 3-acres.
  14. 14. 3-Acres of Green Space Move to retain a green space area of at least 3-acres. Indigenous Large Bird Species of Z-43
  15. 15. Our position has always been 60 homes with 3 or more acres of green space.
  16. 16. The community would welcome and embrace an R-20 subdivision on this property. 58-to-60 homes would have far less impact on the quality of life for an already congested area and infrastructure.
  17. 17. Ultimately, the decision on the Rezoning of Z-43 must be based on what serves and benefits the greater good of the existing residents of the surrounding community and what will have the least negative and irreversible impact; and that is to maintain the R-20 zoning of this property, keeping the number of homes at 58-to-60.
  18. 18. Please vote to DENY this Re-Zoning. Please keep this property R-20 so it is compatible with the surrounding subdivisions and allow the community to welcome an R-20 development that will have far less negative impact on their quality of life.
  19. 19. Thank you!

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