Pike Road Town Council Approves Housing Development that Many Residents Oppose

The Pike Road Town Council has approved a major new housing development that some residents opposed.

The vote this morning was 3 to 2 to rezone agricultural land to allow Lowder New Homes to build more than 1,000 homes.

That development will be near Vaughn and Wallahatchie Roads, near where the new Pike Road High School is set to be built.

More than 1,000 people had signed a petition against the plan.

The development isn’t expected to be completed until 2042.


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