The first meeting on September 20th at 6:00 PM is with the Stockbridge Zoning Advisory Board (ZAB).  If it passes the ZAB, the City Council will vote on the request on October 8th.
A sign on Spivey Road indicates a request for rezoning from C-2 to C-3.

C-2 - General Commercial District
C-3 - Highway Commercial District
The request is to rezone the area across the street from the entrance to Spivey Glen subdvision next to Spivey Ridge subdivision to build  public storage units.  The view could be a big parking lot full of garage doors, stored boats, RV's and other vehicles as well as increased traffic. This will ultimately affect the entire areas property values, quality of life, and traffic in a predominantly residential area.
A  meeting will be held on September 20th, 2018 at 6:00 PM at the Stockbridge City Hall.  We should all plan to attend so we can let the Stockbridge Zoning Advisory Board and the  City Council know we are opposed to this rezoning request. 
Please plan to attend the meeting so we can stop this and not have storage units build at that location.

Stockbridge City Hall Address - 4640 North Henry Blvd, Stockbridge, GA 30281


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A neighborhood in Henry County is now under a rabies alert. A raccoon in the county tested positive for the virus.

Animal control is urging people in the area to take this alert seriously, especially if they have outdoor pets.

Henry County officials issued the alert shortly after they got a call about a raccoon killed by two dogs.
It happened on Thursday, along South Moor Circle in Stockbridge.

Animal care and control tested the remains of the raccoon and the results came back positive. That's why officials are now asking owners to have their pets vaccinated.

"Tell-tale signs would be lack of motor skills, lack of sense of direction,” said Henry County Animal Control Officer Vince Farah. “Animals act two different ways, there's the aggressive side of rabies, whether the animal acts aggressive and then there is dumb rabies where they act drunk.”

From Audrey Washington-

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