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Bulloch growth planning pits 5-acre lots against more ‘compact’ development
Beyond listening session, county slates hearing for Nov. 1
growth planning listening session
Donna Clifton, retired Southeast Bulloch schools principal and current Board of Education member-elect from District 4, speaks during the Bulloch County Board of Commissioners' Oct. 10, 2022, listening session, where she was one of several speakers for maintaining a five-acre minimum lot size for homes in the AG-5 zones. (AL HACKLE/staff)
Bulloch County’s ongoing discussion of controlling residential growth pits citizens who want to preserve the minimum five-acre home lot size in agricultural areas against some county officials’ proposed strategy of concentrating housing in denser, smaller-lot developments in specific areas.
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