Fayetteville

F’ville approves multiple development moratoriums

In a speedy meeting Thursday night, the Fayetteville City Council set about applying the brakes, temporarily, to annexations and some development. In three separate agenda items, Council approved moratoriums on annexation requests, Planned Community District Zoning, and Highway Corridor Overlay District development. Director of Community Development Jahnee Prince presented the three moratorium proposals, all approved…

Pinewood, GA: Developers ask for new mailing address

If the forces behind Pinewood Studios and Pinewood Forest get their way, their burgeoning community could soon have its own unique address. At Thursday night’s work session, Rob Parker, President of Pinewood Forest, asked the City Council of Fayetteville to consider supporting a request to the United States Postal Service to change the mailing address…

F’ville approves rezoning for Folia Crossroads community

Despite continued opposition from neighboring residents, the City of Fayetteville approved the rezoning needed to kickstart a massive mixed-use development. Following the recommendation of both city staff and the Planning and Zoning Commission, on Thursday night the City Council approved a request from developers to rezone the large plat of land from Single-Family Residential to…

City of Fayetteville approves Fiscal Year 2019 Budget

The City of Fayetteville has their budget. At Thursday night’s meeting, the City Council approved the Fiscal Year 2019 Budget. Thursday was the second reading of the proposed budget, leaving few questions left to answer, as the three attending council members voted for approval. The total of all funds comes to $55,050,992, with $15,482,481 coming…

F’ville voters get to decide fate of ‘Brunch Bill’ Nov. 6

If voters deem it so, City of Fayetteville restaurants can start serving a little sooner on Sundays. Following an affirmative vote by the city council Thursday night, Fayetteville will decide in November if restaurants will be able to start serving alcohol 90 minutes earlier on Sundays. Dubbed the “Mimosa Mandate” or the “Brunch Bill,” Governor…

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