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Augusta Planning Commission Votes Down Pleasant Home Road Development

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Around 70 residents from the Foxhall, Montclair and Ravenwood subdivisions attended a meeting of the Augusta Planning Commission Monday to oppose a new townhome development on Pleasant Home Road near the intersection of Davis Road; and the commission, after hearing from both sides, voted against th...

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  1. The HOA and the vocal residents of Montclair believe that they live in the West Lake of Richmond County. Between the constant fear of people walking while darker than white, the complaining about fireworks, dogs and children and now the single minded focus on fighting every development within 30 miles… they are turning a family neighborhood into a place where no one feels welcome.

    These are the same residents that encouraged 40 plus cars to park on the side of Crane Ferry Rd for pickle ball and destroyed an open park for car parking.

    As one ‘Montclarion’ suggested – Montclair wants single family homes priced at or above $300,000 – which is ridiculous. At some point, this property will be developed. If the neighborhoods continue to push upscale and honest developers away, the next developer will be for a Dollar General and a 7/11. I only hope I am there to see the HOA lose their mind.

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