Tag: New Hampstead

Cities and the “Second Life Cycle Blues”

At one of the recent Metropolitan Planning Commission meetings here in Savannah, commissioners were considering road access to an isolated but sizable lot adjacent to the proposed New Hampstead subdivision at the far west end of the county. The owners…

The new westside Savannah high school: how will it impact traffic?

I’d appreciate feedback from West Chatham residents about how things go on day one of school on Monday, August 27.

Home builders adjust as buyers reject sprawling suburbs

In the days of increased gas prices, long commutes on increasingly congested roads, more single person households, a new emphasis on sustainability, and a growing desire to live in places that are walkable and bikeable, homebuyers and renters are making different choices than they were a decade ago.