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2019 | The Year in Review 2019 No. 7: Something big's developing

A Publix for Monroe and an overhaul of downtown Loganville

Posted: Saturday, December 28, 2019 12:00 am

Walton County’s cities are looking to make some major changes in the years to come, and both Loganville and Monroe at the forefront of those shifts with some aggressive choices ready to transform aspects of the towns going forward.

Monroe was first out of the gate, as the long-brewing plans for the Monroe Pavilion shopping center between Highway 11 and Charlotte Rowell Boulevard finally burst into life during the summer with new plans revealed, a rezone approved by the city and a timetable set for the upcoming project.

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