Pinehurst of Caroline gets approval from Madison County

Pinehurst of Caroline gets approval from Madison County


Lake Caroline developers are adding another block of houses in a 42 acre tract that will be known as Pinehurst of Caroline.

The Madison County Board of Supervisors on Feb. 22 approved the plat for Pinehurst of Caroline that was submitted by the planning commission for approval.

The addition is just the latest in the Lake Caroline subdivision of Madison that includes a golf course and other amenities.

Pinehurst of Caroline is bordered by Lake Ridge Drive, Hampton Ridge and Hampton Crossing.

Supervisors also approved a variance for a dead-end street in Pinehurst of Caroline that is longer than the usual maximum 500 feet allowed by the county.

Attempts were unsuccessful to reach developers at Caroline LLC for more details on Pinehurst of Caroline.

In other matters at the Feb. 22 Board of Supervisors meeting, supervisors:

• Approved a proposal for Batchelor Creek delineation and permitting with Headwaters Natural Resources Consulting for a fee not to exceed $7,000. “This contract will provide the required permitting to remove vegetative debris between the Canton city limits and I-55 to improve traffic flow during storms,” the board said.

Acknowledged the court order dismissing the $60 million NCL Waste lawsuit against Madison County. “The suit was dismissed by the court with prejudice, meaning the lawsuit cannot be filed again under the same facts and details,” the board said.

• Approved the nomination of William “Don” Seagrove, for an additional five-year term, as a commissioner on the Lake Lorman Utility District.

• Authorized correspondence to members of the United States Congress, who represent Madison County, soliciting support for our request for federal funds regarding transportation, watershed management, law enforcement/public safety and broadband access.

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