Fayette really wants your input for 4 future road plans

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A sampling of comments about improvements sought on Sandy Creek Road. Graphic/Fayette County website.
A sampling of comments about improvements sought on Sandy Creek Road. Graphic/Fayette County website.
Have your say at open house Monday at the Fayette County Library in Fayetteville — 
Here’s a reminder for those wanting to have their say on draft concepts for the Sandy Creek Road, Tyrone Road-Palmetto Road, Banks Road and Ga. Highway 279 corridors. You will be able to weigh in at an open house on July 15.
If you live on or near those roads or use them in your daily travels, you might want to see what’s in store for you in the county’s proposed plans. And you might want to make some suggestions for changes.

The open house will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Fayette County Public Library, located at 1821 Heritage Park Way in Fayetteville. Give your suggestions on Sandy Creek Road, Tyrone Road-Palmetto Road, Banks Road and Ga. Highway 279 corridors.

As previously announced, the open house will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Fayette County Public Library, located at 1821 Heritage Park Way in Fayetteville.
Among the areas under review are the Sandy Creek Road, Tyrone Road-Palmetto Road, Banks Road and Ga. Highway 279 corridors.
The county initiated the process to identify current and future concerns for providing safe and efficient movement along these corridors, said County Clerk Tameca White.
“Corridor studies of this nature help Fayette County plan for and construct the appropriate types of improvements to support the varied travel needs of our citizens and business owners. The more public input we receive the better job we can do in providing the desired transportation system,” said Fayette County Public Works Director Phil Mallon.
Draft concepts displayed at the meeting, as well as a survey for each corridor, will be posted on the Fayette County Transportation Planning Webpage (https://www.fayettecountyga.gov/transportation-planning/index.htm). In addition, comment forms will be available at the meeting and online.
For additional information contact Phil Mallon, Fayette County Public Works 770-320- 6010 or Dan Dobry, Croy Engineering (consultant), 770-971-5401.