Some Washington County Commissioners are worried that a proposed residential development in Halfway would worsen existing traffic concerns about a narrow road heavily traveled by elementary school students.
Planning Director Michael Thompson said Thursday that residents also have expressed traffic concerns about the development planned for 7.46 acres along the west side of Massey Boulevard behind Crosspoint Shopping Center.
Crosspoint Shopping Center includes Target and Michaels Arts & Crafts.
Thompson said it is possible access to the proposed development would be from Hickory School Road or Massey Boulevard.
Hickory School Road, which Thompson described as a narrow road on which homes are built close to the road, leads to Hickory Elementary School, he said.