Presbyterian Homes of Georgia is inviting Oconee County residents who had expressed an interest in moving into the proposed Presbyterian Village near Butler’s Crossing to come to a meeting on Nov. 7 to learn about the new plans for a similar facility on Rocky Branch Road.
The meeting comes just head of the Nov. 19 Oconee County Planning Commission meeting and the Dec. 4 Board of Commissioners meeting and gives Presbyterian Homes of Georgia a chance to rally support for the rezone, special use and variance request it is seeking for the Rocky Branch Road site.
A letter sent out under the name of PHG President Frank H. McElroy Jr. invites the Oconee County residents to “an informational meeting” at 10:30 a.m. on Nov. 7 at Oconee Presbyterian Church on Hog Mountain Road just west of Butler’s Crossing.
Oconee Presbyterian Church, 2601 Hog Mountain Road, is the church of Norm Grayson, a local and influential real estate agent who has been working behind the scenes to get this project approved.
For more information on the meeting and on the letter McElroy sent to depositors and others, go to Oconee County Observations.