Planning for the future of Milton’s most populated district will continue Thursday, Jan. 26 at Milton’s City Hall as part of the Ga. 9 Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) study.
The meeting begins at 6 p.m., said City Planner Michelle McIntosh-Ross.
“We’ve had good public turnout and response from this process so far, and we hope to see many more people at this meeting, too,” said McIntosh-Ross. “Milton and Alpharetta residents obviously care about the future of Ga. 9 and want it to develop into something unique and beautiful.”
This is the second of four public meetings held as part of a planning study of the Ga. 9 area from Bethany Bend in Milton to Mayfield Road in Alpharetta and the areas east of Ga. 9 to Ga. 400, which includes Deerfield Parkway. The study is funded by a $100,000 LCI grant awarded to Milton by the Atlanta Regional Commission in February 2011.