Protect Gentry Farm and Franklin's Historic Old Charlotte Pike East

Protect Gentry Farm and Franklin's Historic Old Charlotte Pike East

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PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE the below petition to protect the rural beauty and historic significance surrounding the Gentry Farm and the Old Charlotte Pike East area. Gentry Farm and Hamilton Place are historic treasures for Williamson County. Developers have petitioned the City of Franklin to annex 58 acres adjacent to Gentry Farm and historic Hamilton Place to build 157 homes, townhouses and a connector road.  This type of density will forever ruin the historic, rural landscape and set a dangerous precedent for the future across these remaining pastoral landscapes in Franklin.   

By SIGNING, we demonstrate to elected officials of the City of Franklin and Williamson County that we treasure this rural landscape and view the area as culturally and historically significant to the City of Franklin and Williamson County.     

"We urge the City of Franklin to VOTE NO to the annexation of the 58 acre property at 841 Old Charlotte Pike East. We respectfully ask the officials of Williamson County to protect our county’s rural character and historical treasures that are a priority in the new Williamson County 2040 land use plan and to move forward with a key recommendation to establish inter-local agreement between the county and the city regarding all new development.  We urge the City of Franklin and Williamson County to conduct a special planning process for the West Harpeth area to ensure that this crucial region of rural character, agricultural, and historic treasures are protected.  Once we lose these treasures, we can never get them back!"

Thank you! 

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