Anything that affects people in the Mount Holly area.
Saturday, March 1, 2014
According to Phil Dunwoody, the engineering firm that did the subdivision for them, indicated that a sewage system could be established on that site. I don't believe that would be the case if it were a Class 2 wetland.
These are not opinions, they are Google Earth images with the property boundaries over laid on them to the same scale. As a former Planning Commission member I have copies of the school subdivision plat from which the boundaries for that image came. I added the labels because the original black ones didn't show very well. The other image shows the Martin-Dunwoody property with the boundaries from the survey of that property. Since the black ink boundaries also didn't show up very well on the Google Earth images, I outlined them in white. It is still possible to make out the black lines in some places. The 2 photos at the bottom, I took to illustrate the property on the ground.