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In March, Cupid did make comments at her state of the county address aimed directly at cityhood advocates that oppose affordable housing. Overall, Cobb has added about 189,000 housing units since 1980, according to U.S. But the bulk of that growth has been single-family homes, not the apartments that cityhood advocates so often reference. Fears of urbanization are also driving two other Republican-led cityhood movements in Cobb County, those of East Cobb and Vinings. But in those communities, higher density development is already a reality, not a fiction.
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Publicly, Gambrill and the commission as a whole have taken a neutral position on cityhood. The unfounded claim that Cupid wants industrial http://www.jurnalnasional.com/ in West Cobb quotes an editorial she wrote as a candidate for a South Cobb district seat in 2012. She instead reflected on the tension it creates when industry is located too close to neighborhoods like her own. By contrast, the AJC found little evidence to support the most incendiary claims of Lost Mountain supporters. Over 90% of zoning cases in the last 15 months were decided unanimously, the AJC found.
Covering most of Cobb’s unincorporated land west of Marietta and north of Powder Springs, the proposed city of Lost Mountain would provide only a handful of services, including trash collection, parks and code enforcement. Like two other Cobb cityhood movements headed to the May 24 primary ballot, the top priority for supporters is planning and zoning. … Read More