Development in Flowery Branch is expected to be spurred by Exit 14, and with construction projected to begin in 2017, community development director John McHenry said he anticipates property nearest to the interchange will be retail and commercial.
April 04, 2016|
By LeAnne Akin
Health sciences - nursing, physical and occupational therapy and clinical psychology - loom large in the growth of Brenau University. Expansion of graduate programs in those disciplines is well underway and will be a focus for the next couple of years.
"We're hoping to play some games on it this spring," Ed Schrader, president of Brenau University, said about the softball field on a 16.8 acre tract, which will become the university's "home field" for athletics.
Uncertainty about specifics, but a welcome change for educators is the general reaction to a new state law – if Gov. Nathan Deal signs it - that reduces the number of mandatory tests in schools and lessens the effect of test results on teacher evaluations.