Jones Creek homeowners to use drone footage to fight proposed subdivision (LA)

Representatives from several subdivisions near Jones Creek hope drone footage, which shows the impact flooding had on their neighborhood last August, is enough to convince the Planning and Zoning Commission to reject plans for a new subdivision.  The video was taken on August 14, 2016, over the Country Manor subdivision off Stumberg Lane and Coursey Boulevard, shows the streets covered by water that came in from Jones Creek. Some 40 homes flooded.  What appears to be a large pond just behind the development is where local developer Steve Duplechain wants to build a new, 425-home subdivision called The Lakes at Jones Creek. Country Manor HOA President Mary Stewart, who provided 9News with the drone footage, wants the Planning and Zoning Commission to take note.    Read the article……………..


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