Last semester MeaResea Homer, a graduating senior at Agnes Scott wrote an article on Greenhaven, Georgia.
She had only known about the city for about four months, so the idea of the second largest city in Georgia initially sounded okay.
However, after speaking with Neighbors Against Greenhaven and Concerned Citizens In Opposition to Greenhaven she became to understand that Greenhaven, Ga was not good for the citizens of south and central DeKalb.
Here are her exact words
“As a resident and native of DeKalb County, Georgia, I would love to see the county grow economically and expand on the already great place that it is. Though, I do think it is important to listen to what people want. Citizens want to stay unincorporated in DeKalb. I don’t think continuously pushing an idea on a community is advisable, especially if you want a sense of community from the citizens. Going forward, I will most likely continue to question the viability and integrity of the Imagine Greenhaven movement.”
Below is the full article. Neighbors Against Greenhaven would like to think her for thorough analysis of this very important article.