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North Forsyth town center moves forward with private funding
Would be located at Coal Mountain intersection
town center map with circles
A proposed new town center in north Forsyth took a step toward reality this week. At work session on Tuesday, District 4 Commissioner Cindy Jones Mills, who represents the area, gave an update to a proposed town center development at the northeast and southeast corners of the intersection of Browns Bridge Road (Hwy. 369 east) and Dahlonega Highway (Hwy. 9 north). The town center was discussed in April and was planned to use up to $25,000 from the county’s Development Authority, which commissioners raised issues with using public funds on a private development.