The Mableton Improvement Coalition gets involved in zoning cases and the county’s comprehensive land use plan so that we can have an impact on the growth and redevelopment of our community. We work with our District Commissioner, Planning Commissioner, county staff, property owners and developers to help them see our vision for Mableton. We reach out to neighbors and homeowners associations around properties that are being re-zoned in order to understand their important issues.
Information about each zoning application is included in the MIC newsletters and pending cases are more fully explained using the links below. Commissioner Lisa Cupid and Planning Commissioner Galt Porter also hold monthly community zoning meetings in Mableton. Public participation in this process is crucial! Click here to learn more about how you can have an impact.
Here are the pending zoning cases as of December 19, 2019:
Z-56 KO Development – for a 27 lot single family neighborhood
Z-62 Embry Development – for a mixed use development on Mableton Parkway
Z-2 Mond Igbinowanhia – NEW – for a personal care home on Mableton Parkway
Z-6 CRN Development – NEW for an apartment development for seniors on Mableton Parkway
Z-12 Yasmin Benichay-Biton – NEW – for 2 single family homes on Cooper Lake Road
Z-13 Arturo Martinez – NEW – for a new church on Mableton Parkway
Z-14 Adres Estrada – NEW – for light auto repair and office on Sydney Ann Boulevard
Z-18 The Revive Land Group – NEW – for a townhome community on Old Powder Springs Road
MIC’s Zoning Committee meets in person once or twice a year and communicates frequently by email. We especially need expertise in landscape architecture, traffic issues and land use planning. Email Robin Meyer if you are interested in getting involved, or if you have any questions about MIC’s Zoning Committee. If you’d like information about Code Enforcement, click here.
Here are past cases that MIC has been involved in:
Z-10 Kerley Family Homes (application was withdrawn)
Z-11 Family Life Restoration Center (application was withdrawn)