STOCKBRIDGE — Construction has resumed at the new Border Farms development in Stockbridge after building was halted in August due to failure to follow planning and zoning conditions.

The Henry County Building Department issued to stop work-order after it was alerted that homes were not being finished in brick on all sides. The condition was established between the county and builder when the project was approved.

Commissioner Bruce Holmes said he noticed the problem after driving through the subdivision.

“Broder Farms will meet the high standard of quality that our citizens have come to expect in our community,” Holmes said. “Insisting and making sure that what is being built compliments and enhances the surrounding communities and neighborhoods protects home values and brings a better quality of like to District 5. I’m pleased we were able to work together on this.”

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