More Talk About Old Stevens School Property

December 4, 2012
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In other matters during yesterday evening’s Elberton City Council meeting, more discussion took place in regards to the old Stevens School Property located off of Tate Street.

Chip Rousey, representing the North Side Neighborhood Watch, spoke on behalf of the group and asked that the council work with the county in regards to obtaining the property.

“What the North Side Neighborhood Watch is asking, is for an investment in our part of the community, as you have in other parts of the community”, said Rousey. “We ask you work with the county in trying to procure this property.”

Councilman Troy Colquitt, after Rousey spoke, talked about numerous projects that the city and county have worked on together, and expressed his hope that the county and city can find common ground on this issue as well.

No action was taken by the council in regards to the Old Stevens School Property during the meeting.

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