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Outdoor Mini-Golf Facility In the Works for Coweta

Photo by Bren Williamson

The Coweta County Board of Commissioners is holding a public hearing during their July 11 meeting to allow the community to address any concerns and give input on a development up for consideration for a rezoning request. Applicant Jeremy Zwick is requesting to rezone lot 12 of the Bailey Station development in Sharpsburg from C-8 (Heavy Commercial) to C-9 (Commercial Amusement) for the purpose of an outdoor mini-golf facility. Currently, the property is roughly graded and includes a stormwater management pond. According to the rezoning application, the properties adjacent to this one include a dog kennel, self storage facility, automotive service, fast food restaurant, and grocery store. 

Lot 12, the area potentially to be rezoned, is a 3.82-acre property totaling 166,099 square feet. The existing stormwater pond would remain in place, and the mini-golf course would only take up 0.7 acre. There will be a ticket office and patio that go along with the facility with a parking lot of 58 spaces.  The 18-hole course would feature bridges, ponds, fountains, and other unique landscapes to make for an enjoyable experience if the rezoning is approved. The public hearing will take place July 11 at 6:00 P.M. at 37 Perry Street in Newnan in the Commission Chambers. Following the public hearing, the board of commissioners will vote on whether to approve or deny the rezoning request.

Photo shows conceptual plan, provided by Coweta County.
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