Franklin HOA alliance wants to have say in community development (TN)

When Sam Wellington and Rich Buckner learned of a rezoning request near their Franklin neighborhoods, they sprung into action.  The request – to rezone two plots of land on Oak Meadow Drive from general commercial to specific development-residential – would have added new apartments and traffic, Wellington’s and Buckner’s biggest concern.  Both served on their local homeowners’ associations – Forrest Crossing and Creekstone – and got together to voice their concerns about the proposed project with city alderman and the planning commission. The city eventually voted to turn down the rezoning request in September, citing traffic and engineering concerns.      Read the article………….


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