BREAKING: Dawsonville man indicted on felony murder charge following wife’s 2023 death
The local man was initially booked for elder cruelty in March 2023.
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City council meeting tonight: What's on the agenda
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New homes on Perimeter Road, a TSPLOST discussion and potential playground designs for Main Street Park are some of the items up for vote during tonight's Dawsonville city council meeting, which starts at 7 p.m. in the second floor meeting room at city hall. The public is invited to attend the meetings, which are also live streamed on the city's Facebook page. 53 homes on Perimeter Road and Allen Street City council will be hearing an annexation and rezoning request for a 53-home subdivision proposed on the corner of Allen Street and Perimeter Road. The Dawsonville Planning Commission on Oct. 8 voted to approve a variance to allow developers to build at an R3 zoning of 3.74 units per acre as opposed to the standard 3 units per acre, contingent upon the city council approving the annexation and rezoning. The land is currently owned by the Kenneth K. Turner Estate and applicants Michael Turner and Miles Montgomery are petitioning to annex into the city limits a total of 14.175 acres adjacent to the Stonewall subdivision and across Allen Street from Robinson Elementary School.