Hixson resident Carol Million, seated center, voices her concerns about the 100-foot buffer zone that will connect the planned Hillock Farm development to subdivisions to the east Thursday night during a community meeting at the Hixson United Methodist Church. Marketing retail specialist Rick Hill, standing right, listens to her point. Bob Yager, seated left, looks at the area in question during the presentation.
Hixson resident Carol Million, seated center, voices her concerns about the 100-foot buffer zone that will connect the planned Hillock Farm development to subdivisions to the east Thursday night during a community meeting at the Hixson United Methodist Church. Marketing retail specialist Rick Hill, standing right, listens to her point. Bob Yager, seated left, looks at the area in question during the presentation.
Photo by Tim Barber .
published Thursday, December 5th, 2013
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Designers of a proposed $100 million apartment and commercial project in Hixson offered what they call a villagelike development to area residents Thursday, but some still worried about its impact on neighborhoods and traffic.

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