‘There’s only one GLASSY MOUNTAIN’

Development approved despite uproar

PICKENS — A proposed housing development near Glassy Mountain in Pickens received approval from the Pickens County Planning Commission on Monday night, but residents have serious concerns.

The Summit at Glassy Mountain is a proposed 247-site neighborhood development set to be built on 183 acres of land near Glassy Mountain.

Opposition to the project has gained major momentum over the past week, with residents and environmental groups crying out on social media and at meetings about the development’s impact on the surrounding area.

County councilman Wes Hendricks hosted an information meeting about the

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