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New subdivision proposed for Pleasant Home Road

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Winchester Homes of Georgia is planning a new subdivision on Pleasant Home Road.

On July 25, the Augusta homebuilder petitioned the Augusta Planning and Development Department to rezone nine parcels, totaling about 20 acres, at 413 – 435 Pleasant Home Rd. from R-1 and R-1B one-family residential...

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4 COMMENTS

  1. They want to do “a study to discern what the impact would be to the traffic pattern along Pleasant Home Road.”.
    I can do that for you FOR FREE!!
    That road is already very busy, and, with the impact of hundreds of more cars a day, it’ll be even busier. Won’t take long before they put up a couple of new lights, which will increase the congestion even more. After that, will come the road-widening plans.
    There. Saved them some money that can quickly be spent on 1 or 2 more “free” out-of-town trips by Mayor Davis.

    • Not to worry. The white fence along that property is routinely hit by vehicles driven by speeders and impaired drivers. Any houses built on that property will be destroyed faster than they can be rebuilt. The new church is building a sign in front of their fire water supply valve and test box on the edge of Pleasant Home Rd, across from Sugar Mill Woods. Both of those structures will be hit by vehicles within two years. Note to folks who own homes fronting on Pleasant Home – sell now an move out of the county.

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