Residents concerned about proposal to bring hundreds of homes to Concord neighborhood

Residents concerned about proposal to bring hundreds of homes to Concord neighborhood

CONCORD, N.C. — Developers have been trying to build on a plot of land off Odell School Road in Concord for years.

They just offered a new proposal that includes hundreds of homes, but neighbors maintain it's still just too much for the roads and schools to handle.

[ALSO READ: 'No idea at all': Concord neighbors oppose plans for Dollar General store]

Content Continues Below

“I grew up here from childhood and been here a long time,” said Trent Marlow.

Marlow and his family have lived off the busy road for more than 40 years.

“There’s been a lot of growth in Concord. There continues to be a lot of growth. People want to be here and be right outside of Charlotte,” he said.

Marlow said he just received a letter in the mail explaining a proposal for the 276 acres across the street from his home.

>> Channel 9’s Anthony Kustura explains a rezoning plan and what it would mean for the area, in the video at the top of this page.