Residents of Davidson protests against hotel building

 Wednesday, November 15, 2017 


 DavidsonThe residents of Davidson rose up against the development of a hotel as the resident looked the concern for parking and the car traffic.




The plan for a controversial hotel in Davidson was approved 4-1 by commissioners. Davidson Board of Commissioners discussed whether to approve a controversial hotel. At a crowded meeting on Tuesday night, many called for the board to leave the decision up to its successors. One speaker expressed her annoyance about the hotel when it was her turn to take the podium. Most of the residents were concerned about parking, traffic and the hotel’s proximity to an elementary school.




The Hyatt Place on Griffith Street is expected to have 115 rooms and stand four stories tall.




The hotel developer said Davidson is growing and a new hotel will benefit the entire Lake Norman community, including the college campus nearby.This is a college town and a college town deserves a special hotel that is situated in a location that is walk able to campus and Main Street.





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