The Banks County Planning Commission gave approval Tuesday night for a subdivision to be located on Chatham Road in Homer.
Scottie Mathis spoke to the commission about the proposed subdivision. Mathis said property owner Ruth Vaughn wants to get her will in order and give some of the property to her kids and grandkids.
The subdivision will have no more than four lots. The lots will contain five acres, 10 acres on two different lots and 10.36 acres in the fourth lot. Most of the lots have road frontage, Keith Covington, planning director said.
The proposed subdivision is located at the corner of Bennett Road off Georgia Highway 51 North.
Planning commission member Albert Ward made a motion to approve the proposed subdivision plat based on approval of a perk test for a septic tank to be obtained from Dale Carter, Banks County Environmental Health. The motion passed unanimously. Commission member Sammy Reece was not in attendance on Tuesday.
This issue will go to the commissioners for final approval at the October 14 meeting.
In other business at the Tuesday meeting, Covington said Charles Campbell withdrew his application seeking approval to operate an auction facility at the former location of The Catfish Corner on Yonah-Homer Road at Rock Springs Road.