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Misinformation, Fears Of Development Propel Lost Mountain Cityhood Push

Misinformation, Fears Of Development Propel Lost Mountain Cityhood Push

But she says she has never targeted West Cobb for development that its residents don’t want. Since 1980, Cobb County has more than doubled in size, adding roughly 470,000 people. West Cobb, so far, has retained its rural-suburban mix, sustaining farmland and large residential lots alike.

Contract development and manufacturing organization Catalent, has completed a significant expansion of its nasal capabilities at its Morrisville, Research Triangle Park , NC, facility, to provide world-class services for the development and manufacturing of unit and bi-dose nasal spray products. This marks the first phase of a multi-million-dollar investment at the site to expand and modernize its nasal drug delivery capabilities, increasing technology and capacity to support projected growth for existing and future customers. The expansion is in response to the growing interest in the potential for nose-to-brain drug administration, and as an alternative route for the delivery of systemic drugs, rescue therapies and … Read More

Misinformation, Fears Of Development Propel Lost Mountain Cityhood Push

Misinformation, Fears Of Development Propel Lost Mountain Cityhood Push

But elsewhere in the county, denser single-family subdivisions cover what was once empty land, while apartments and townhomes have joined what were once exclusively single-family neighborhoods. The Cobb planning board wanted to rezone the public property for commercial use, so the county could sell it. Keli Gambrill, the West Cobb district commissioner, wanted the land restricted to the lightest retail category, preventing the buyer from building a car wash or gas station behind a single-family neighborhood. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future.

And, in the 17 cases that weren’t, the commissioner whose district was affected still won every vote, regardless of their party. Not only did Gambrill win that fight, an AJC review of more than 200 zoning cases found that she was on … Read More