car wash protest

Creekside Village residents Laurie Lesniak and Grace Rene de Cotret on Sunday protest a car wash proposed for a 1.38-acre tract close to their subdivision. The Hoschton City Council on Monday voted to table its decision on a rezoning request for the project.

Residents of a Hoschton subdivision pushed back against a proposed car wash — even holding a small protest Sunday — but city leaders have delayed their decision.

The Hoschton City Council voted 4-1 on Monday (Sept. 19) to table a vote on the car wash, which is proposed for a 1.38-acre tract on Hwy. 53 and Eagles Bluff Way near Creekside Village. Adam Ledbetter voted in opposition to the postponement.


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