A Georgia man says he’s fighting the construction of a $400-million project in his hometown of Savannah Hills.
The project was originally slated to be completed in 2021, but construction has been delayed until 2026, the Georgia Department of Construction and Inspections said.
On Tuesday, the agency released a draft of the draft environmental impact statement, which said the project would cost $4.3 million more per unit than originally expected.
The agency said that if construction goes forward as planned, the project could result in an economic loss of $4 million to $6 million per year.
The construction company behind the project, The Construction Company of Savannah, is also fighting the project in court, according to The Associated Press.