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Council delays decision on proposed subdivision

Also from council: Brewery eyes Jasper

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Angela Reinhardt / Photo

Kirk Raffield (right) being sworn in as a Jasper City Council member by Pickens Chief Magistrate Judge Allen Wigington. Raffield won the election to fill the council seat vacated by Jim Looney, who left office to work as Jasper’s interim city manager. 

     After hearing “grave concerns” from residents of Sharptop Ridge Road regarding a proposed residential development for a 111-acre lot in the Burnt Mountain Road area, the Jasper City Council voted to table the decision on annexation/rezoning. 

The parcel is currently located in unincorporated Pickens County and is zoned agricultural. Owner and developer Paul King has requested the parcel be annexed into the city limits and zoned as R-1, or low density single family residential. 

       See full council story including a report on the proposed brewery in this week's print or online editions.