Vanquish Property Partners LLC plans to build homes priced from the $500,000s on 9.6 acres between the Ashley Hall and Brandon Park subdivisions. Lots will be a minimum of 15,000 square feet.
“We believe this subdivision is in keeping with surrounding areas,” said lawyer Kevin Moore, who represented Vanquish.
Trish Steiner, of the East Cobb Civic Association, said her group had worked with Vanquish to alleviate concerns.
“We feel confident they will build a quality subdivision,” Steiner said. “They truly are concerned with maintaining the quality of life in the area, and we wish them great success.”
Nearby resident B.J. Brett, who maintains a stream that runs across his property and some land in the future subdivision, said he is concerned about erosion.
“More water will be discharged into the area due to this subdivision,” Brett said.
Commissioner JoAnn Birrell, whose district includes the proposed subdivision, said she asked the county’s erosion control director to review the stream and perhaps offer suggestions.
“The county can’t go in and do anything on private property, but he may have some ideas,” she said.
Also Tuesday, commissioners approved a request from Steak Properties LLC to add 61 parking spaces next to the Cherokee Cattle Company restaurant on Canton Road.
Carol Brown, of the Canton Road Neighbors group, told commissioners it was a good plan “that represents the intent of the original zoning.”
Birrell asked that security lighting be installed in the new parking lot for safety, and that the paving be done within 90 days.
Commissioners continued for another month the special land use permit request by Rittner Nesbitt for his 140-foot amateur radio antenna tower off Burnt Hickory Road.