Senoia

Accomplish it all at Senoia United Methodist Church

Give blood, donate food, and have special lunch

Give blood to save lives, donate food to sustain the needy, and have lunch all in one stop at the Senoia United Methodist Church.

The church and the Senoia Optimist Club are co-sponsoring the blood drive on Monday, Feb. 2, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the church’s Fellowship Hall in the back of the church building.

Senoia United Methodist Church is located at 229 Bridge Street, at the intersection of Bridge and Seavy streets. Read More»

Facebook Abby is found: How a lost dog engaged an entire community

The Davis' dog Abby — before she was famous. Photo/Matt Davis.
Nearly two weeks after their lost dog, Abby, was found through the coupling of social media and the good hearts of their extended Peachtree City community,

Armed robber nabbed

A Senoia man was charged with armed robbery and aggravated assault on Jan. 22 after pulling a knife on a clerk at Crook’s Hit n Run convenience store.

Senoia police spokesman Jason Ercole said officers at approximately 2:30 p.m. responded to a call about a man threatening a clerk with a knife.

Ofc. Wesley Courtois was nearby and arrived on scene in a matter of seconds, Ercole said, finding 19-year-old Wyman Terry Campbell still standing in front of the counter. Read More»

'Welcome to Senoia' video is ready for public

Features city's quaint offerings

The Senoia Area Historical Society (SAHS) is debuting a new video called “Welcome to Senoia” that features the city’s past and present and highlights the city’s offerings.

With its quaint shops, delicious cuisine, historic buildings, and filming locations for dozens of movies and television shows, the community has something to interest both residents and visitors. Read More»

Plan gets OK

The Senoia mayor and council approved post-development, stormwater management regulations at the Dec. 15 council meeting.

The regulations are meant for controlling the effects of stormwater runoff and the pollution associated with new development and redevelopment, as well as to protect water resources.
City Manager Richard Ferry said Senoia wants to be good stewards of its water.

Money for the ongoing stormwater plan–a federally-required project–is budgeted for in Senoia’s fiscal year 2015 budget, which was also approved at the Dec. 15 council meeting. Read More»

Senoia annexation gets final OK

A request by Senoia to annex 37 acres near Ga. Highway 85 and Ga. Highway 16 into the city was supported by the Coweta County Commission at the Dec. 16 meeting.

County Planning Director Robert Tolleson said his department reviewed the request and, based on the findings, had no objections to the annexation request pertaining to 37.45 acres along the east and west sides of Hwy. 85 and south of Hwy.16.

The property would include a combination of GC (general commercial) and R-40 (residential) zoning, Tolleson said. Read More»

Curve on Howard Road to be fixed

A road realignment project designed to straighten a curve on Howard Road in east Coweta to accommodate vehicles traveling at 35 miles per hour was approved Dec. 16 by the Coweta County Commission.

A portion of the road is situated in Senoia while the road section nearest to Ga. Highway 16 is situated in unincorporated Coweta County.

County Director of Transportation and Engineering Tod Handley said Howard Road serves as the primary employee and truck access for the Winpak plant in Senoia. Read More»

Senoia OKs $2.5M budget

The Senoia mayor and council approved the budget Dec. 15 for fiscal year 2015. The budget increased from last year’s by 7.82 percent. The 2015 budget’s general fund (the government’s chief operating fund) is $2,538,200, which is $55,900 more than 2014’s budget of $2,482,300.

Part of the increase has to do with the addition of a new police officer–something that Senoia Police Chief Jason Edens Read More»

Senoia honors employees

Senoia honors employees

From left, Officer of the year Chance Leveilland, Chief of Police Jason Edens, employee of the year Valerie Burns and Senoia Mayor Larry Owens. Senoia Officer Chance Leveillard and Public Safety Clerk Valerie Burns were honored with officer of the year and employee of the year at Senoia's Dec. 15 council meeting. Photo/Bethan Adams. 

Senoia tour of homes is Dec. 14

It’s the time of year to step back into Senoia’s residential history. The annual Senoia Candlelight Tour of Homes will be held Dec. 14.

The annual event will run from 5-8 p.m. and will include the following locations:

-Senoia United Methodist Church, Bridge and Seavy Streets, Circa1897

-Atkinson-Rogers House, 351 Seavy Street, Circa 1870

-Towns-Serenity House, 83 Barnes Street, Circa1840

-Massengale-Harvey House, 225 Pylant Street, Circa 1867

-Freeman-Fiorini House, 279 Pylant Street, Circa 1924

-Cooper-Cottrill House, 111 Baggarly Way, Circa 1920 Read More»

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