As a follow-up from this post from back in December, an application has been made to develop a modern residence in the center of the Concord Covered Bridge Historic District. The applicant has re-submitted plans to the Historic Preservation Commission, and there will be a public hearing tomorrow night, April 9th, at 6:00. If you are interested in the district and its future, please come out and voice your opinion on the plans. From the submission:
The proposed location:
The proposed structure is adjacent to the Rock House, 380 feet from the Covered Bridge, 500 feet from the Grist Mill, and 625 feet from the Miller’s House, all structures on the National Register of Historic Places.
What can you do?
Attend the Historic Preservation Commission meeting on Monday, April 9th, at 6:00 PM and voice your opinion on the appropriateness of this modern structure within the historic district. You can click this link to automatically add this event to your calendar. The meeting is at the Board of Commissioner’s meeting room on the second floor of 100 Cherokee Street, Marietta, GA 30090.
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Thank you for your help in preserving this unique area for the future!