Sembler Company and Fuqua Development, the team behind a highly contested development in the Lindbergh area that's set to include a Walmart, have two weeks to come up with a revised plan or no dice. That's because the Atlanta City Council kicked the land use and zoning changes back to committee during its Monday meeting, effectively delaying any immediate decision on the 21 acre development.
Resistance to the plan has gone from the immediate area to city-wide, with the parent organization for Atlanta's Neighborhood Planning Unit system - the Atlanta Planning Advisory Board - issuing a unanimous resolution for denial of the desired changes. Opponents are generally concerned with the site plan, which apart from a pocket park and some residential units, is pretty standard big-box fare. Developing...
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