The Dawson County Board of Commissioners next month will hear a zoning request for 52 acres of land off Ga. 400 northbound that developers have slotted for a mixed use senior lifestyle center. An application from the developer, Richmond Honan Development and Acquisitions, went before the planning board Feb. 20. The developer is requesting to vary from the property’s original Commercial Planned Comprehensive Development (CPCD) plans to build the mixed use commercial center. The center will be located just over the Dawson County line, adjacent to Dawson Fine Wine and Spirits and the Highland Pointe at Oakmont subdivision. The property is currently owned by Jim King, a former county commissioner and current chairman of the Etowah Water and Sewer Authority Board of Directors.