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When Do PAC Campaign Contributions Lead To A Conflict of Interest?

When Do PAC Campaign Contributions Lead To A Conflict of Interest?

by Zane Edge. Dagmar Sands, the majority landowner and outspoken applicant for Johns Creek rezoning cases RZ-18-006 and RZ-18-007 (State Bridge Road near JCHS), is listed as a paying member of the real estate association that made PAC campaign contributions to two sitting City Council members. When Do PAC Campaign Contributions Lead To A Conflict …

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More Proposed Development, Petitions & Reasons for Recusal from Voting?…

State-bridge_infill development

State Bridge Rd Infill Development Developers are attempting to cram in more infill development before the new Comprehensive Land Use Plan becomes official this Fall. On State Bridge Rd, near Long Indian Creek, the proposal is requesting to squeeze in a 12 three-story home development within 5 feet of existing homes that have been in the …

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Future City Hall or Taj Mahal?

Johns Creek City Hall

According to the City Checkbook, it paid $9,626,520.80 for the building on 6.7 acres that was in need of serious retrofitting & restoration and ended up being completely gutted. With 75,000 square feet, and the additional 16,000 square feet being added on, totaling 91,000 square feet we are now looking at a price near $175 per square …

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Zoning Alert: 208 Townhomes & Quadplexes Proposed Next to JCHS

In 2 separate Zoning cases, a group of 7 State Bridge Rd property owners has applied to have their 6 single family homes, situated on parcels totaling ~23 acres, rezoned to squeeze in a total of 208 units. The 2 areas are divided by the long sliver of land owned by Medlock Bridge HOA (highlighted …

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Letter to JCP: Regarding Atlanta Athletic Club

AAC Attorney Letter

This is regarding the post we published, on Saturday 8/11/18 We reviewed the City Council Agenda documents released to the public that Thursday, 8/9/18. Here is a direct link to the Comprehensive Land Use Plan Agenda Report, where we sourced our information. Below is highlighted clips. Why would they want something copied from the ‘Comprehensive …

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