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Senoia okays church on Rockaway Rd.

The Senoia City Council Aug. 2 unanimously approved a conditional use permit for the 12,000 square-foot Legacy Christian Church to be constructed on 19 acres on the northwest corner of Rockaway Road and Heritage Pointe Parkway.

The council’s approval followed a public hearing and review of the request by the Senoia Planning Commission. The commission recommended approval with a number of conditions. The council in its approval also noted that any revisions to the site plan must come back to the city council. Read More»

Senoia adopts policy for film crews

It is expected to be a work in progress, but one that city officials said needed to be addressed. The Senoia City Council Aug. 2 unanimously approved a policy for the film industry when shooting in the city.

City administrator Richard Ferry said the procedures pertaining to the policy should be followed by filmmakers, “in order to maintain the balance between the quality of life for the residents and supporting the film industry.”

We expect this to be a work in progress, Ferry told the council Monday night. Read More»

Calling all filmmakers

Calling all filmmakers

Paul Lombardi at Movie Night last weekend announced a film contest with entries presenting a work of no more than eight minutes where the short film addresses any aspect of life in Senoia. Sponsored by the Senoia Downtown Development Authority, those in the running for the $300 prize must submit entries by May 31. For more information visit http://enjoysenoia.com. Photo/Ben Nelms

Senoia to hold steady on millage rate

The matter will not be decided until Aug. 20, but it is likely that the Senoia City Council will keep the property tax rate at 6.11 mills.

The council at the Aug. 2 meeting was told by city administrator Richard Ferry that city can meet its budget obligations without any increase in the millage rate. Mayor Robert Belisle agreed, noting that the city has maintained the 6.11 millage rate since 2006.

Recent reassessments decreased the value of some properties in the city by a total of approximately $1.5 million. Meantime, the city added $8.5 million in improvements, Ferry said. Read More»

Jewish elder to speak at Vineyard

Vineyard Community Church in Senoia will host “Ps, Qs and Jews” with special guest speaker Ryan Lambert.

Lambert is a Jewish believer in Jesus and is the chief planter, initial elder and congregational leader of Congregation Beth Messiah (www.bethmessiahatlanta.com).

The mini-conference will be held Aug. 14 starting at 5 p.m. and will continue at the Sunday gathering on Aug. 15 at 10:30 a.m.

Questions like “What is the Biblical definition of a Jew?” and “Should Christians keep the Law?” will be discussed. There will also be time for questions. Pizza will be served on Saturday. Read More»

A little dab of this

It was hands on in spades last week as nearly 60 youngsters participated in morning and afternoon sessions at the Senoia Hands-on Kids Art Camp held at the Freeman Sasser building.

It was hands on in spades last week as nearly 60 youngsters participated in morning and afternoon sessions at the Senoia Hands-on Kids Art Camp held at the Freeman Sasser building. The camp was sponsored by the Senoia Downtown Development Authority. Lunch for all the kids and volunteers was provided on Thursday by Maguire’s. Photo by Starr's Mill High School student Katie Busey.

Shopping in Senoia Farmers Market

Shopping in Senoia Farmers Market

There are fresh vegetables and other goodies available twice a month at the Senoia Farmers Market. The market is open from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays through October. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Senoia Farmers Market in full swing

There are fresh vegetables and other goodies available twice a month at the Senoia Farmers Market. The market is open from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays through October.

There are fresh vegetables and other goodies available twice a month at the Senoia Farmers Market. The market is open from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays through October.

Senoia Movie Night coming July 31

The Cultural Arts Committee of the Senoia Downtown Development Authority presents “Driving Miss Daisy” on Movie Night in Historic Downtown Senoia on Saturday, July 31. The program will begin at 8:00 p.m. on Main Street in front of the gazebo. Bring your chairs or blankets and enjoy this free showing of a classic film, parts of which were filmed at Riverwood Studios and nearby Starr’s Mill. Main Street between Seavy and Travis streets will be closed at 7pm. A limited number of sponsor tables with preferred seating is available. Read More»

Lamb Birth Announcement

David and Nicole Lamb of Senoia announce the birth of their daughter, Molly Catherine Lamb, at 8:16 a.m. on July 14, 2010, at Fayette Piedmont Hospital in Fayetteville. Molly weighed 7 lbs., 12 oz. and was 19.75 inches long. Grandparents are Wendell and Gail Lamb of Senoia and JoEllen Goodman and the late Gary Goodman of Carthage, N.Y. Molly was welcomed home by sisters Emma and Whitney.

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