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How residents can find out more about the Sardis Connector
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Cars drive along Sardis Road on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018. A public meeting is set for Nov. 15 on the planned Sardis Connector. - photo by Austin Steele

A public meeting on the planned Sardis Connector road project in northwest Hall is set for 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 15, at Chestatee High School, 3005 Sardis Road.

The meeting won’t feature any formal presentations. Instead, residents will be able to study maps on display and speak with officials.

A court reporter will be available to allow the public an opportunity to make verbal comments about the project. Written statements will be accepted concerning the project until Nov. 29.

The planned 3.4-mile, four-lane road, which has been discussed for years, would run from Dawsonville Highway/Ga. 53 in West Hall, starting at the intersection of Sardis and Chestatee roads, to Thompson Bridge Road/Ga. 60 in North Hall, ending near Mount Vernon Road.

Right of way acquisition could begin next summer and take two years to complete, engineer Denise Farr has said. 

Construction could follow two to three years “after everything is acquired,” she said.