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Old 07-08-2007, 09:14 AM
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I am considering a move to south Lumpkin county and had heard through a local resident that lumpkin county is really trying hard to discourage big development and is requiring larger parcel sizes ( acre +) in subdivisions that are being built. We are looking for quiet and this would be a panacea for us. We have a rare acre and a quarter in South Florida and couldn't stand to live so close to others. I love having neighbors but I need a bit of space to breathe. I know that Forsyth and Hall are building housing developments everywhere that consist of huge houses on postage stamp size lots. Not my cup of tea to live in OR to look at from afar. Is it true that Lumpkin county is discouraging these house on top of house developments? ( I hope so)
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