The Brockdell Community held a special meeting last week at the old Dill School to discuss what organizer Clyde Holland referred to as new neighbors who came in “full steam ahead” destroying property and trespassing in the process.
The new neighbors are owners of a 22-acre piece of land, what Holland referred to as the “old Wilson property,” neighboring the Dill School/Brockdell Community Center property on Schoolhouse Drive.
The land was purchased by Melvin Sprawls, Sr. of Lawrenceville, Georgia on September 17 for $60,000, according to property records. The property is landlocked as observed on property record maps, surrounded by the community center property and others.
For more see the November 25 issue of The Bledsonian Banner.