Zoning on Tilly Mill – One More Success for DNCA!
Reprinted from DNCA Newsletter, February 1995
The request for variance submitted by Arbor Ridge for the Cobb property has finally been settled. After being deferred many times (since last October), their attorney asked for the request to be withdrawn without prejudice on January 24. We asked for denial of the request based on the fact that applicants had been unwilling to work with the neighborhood by providing assurances of a quality development, the ownership of Cobb Drive was still unsettled, and our neighbors do not want a road in their back yards. Request for denial was granted by the Board of Commissioners.
The Hunter Property (adjacent to Brafferton) and the Cobb Property are now under contract to another developer who wants to develop both tracts of land as one parcel. This time the developer is communicating with our neighbors in trying to design a community that will enhance property values along Tilly Mill, Brafferton and Dunwoody North. These people want to show that by building quality homes, these “pocket” developments, such as Brafferton, can add to the overall appeal of a community. More information will be available by the time of our Civic Association meeting on February 13.
Arlene McClure, Zoning