Fayette County

PTC planners scrutinize idea for Hwy. 74 S. bowling center

The architecture of a proposed bowling alley will be one of the biggest factors in whether Peachtree City’s Planning Commission will recommend a zoning restriction be removed for the property, the developer was told Monday night.

Oasis Bowling Centers wants to build near the AutoZone along Ga. Highway 74 South and Rockaway Road. The building would have 24 lanes to start with, with the potential to expand to 30 lanes at a later date, along with an arcade and a bar and restaurant. Read More»

Commissioner Hearn’s vote for relative draws criticism

Put on the hot seat by fellow Commissioner Steve Brown at the April 6 commission meeting, Fayette County Commissioner Lee Hearn acknowledged that a recent appointee to the county’s elections board is “a distant cousin” of his. Read More»

Omega Books selling tickets for Atlanta Symphony Associates Decorators' Show House

Rene Mittenzwei, Store Manager Omega Books is selling advance tickets to the Atlanta Symphony Decorators' Show House & Gardens again this year. Photo/Special.

Omega Books, Peachtree City is selling advance tickets to the Atlanta Symphony Associates Decorators' Show House & Gardens. If purchased by Friday, April 15, tickets are $20. Beginning Saturday, April 16 tickets are $25.     Read More»

On restoring teachers’ pay cuts, Fayette BoE is sympathetic but wary

The topic was whether to restore the remaining 3 percent pay cut to Fayette County School System employees instituted two years ago. Read More»

Warming up for Cancer Wellness Walk in PTC

Warming up for Cancer Wellness Walk in PTC

The mass of people at Picnic Park in Peachtree City April 9 took a few minutes to warm up for the Piedmont Fayette Cancer Wellness Center 5K Walk fund-raiser. The event raised more than $32,000 for the wellness center. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Superintendent recommends Fayette go along with reduced Pre-K schedule of 160 days

Fayette County School Superintendent Jeff Bearden

Georgia public schools next school year will see the number of days that Pre-K students will be in the classroom decrease from 180 to 160. The Fayette County Board of Education at the April 11 work session heard a recommendation that the school system provide the 160-day schedule rather than using additional funds to bring the schedule back up to 180 days. Read More»

GED Recogntion Night at Southern Crescent Technical College

GED Recogntion Night at Southern Crescent Technical College

S.C. Tech. College (Southern Crescent Technical College) in Peachtree City, held a GED Recognition Night for its 2010/2011 graduates. In attendance were Pascasio Perez, Willie Prather, Katherine Roberts, Mary Green and Jessika Monita.

Congratulations to their academic accomplishments.

To find out more about the free GED Preparation Classes, please call Nancy at 770-487-8910.

AFTER: Fayetteville Councilman Dell gets a lighter look

AFTER: Fayetteville Councilman Dell gets a lighter look

Fayetteville’s Denise Jordan from The Ultimate salon completes the shearing of Fayetteville Councilman Larry Dell after the April 7 council meeting, mustache and all. The fund-raiser effort for the Piedmont Fayette Cancer Wellness Center and in support of his sister Diane Park drew a large crowd to the council chambers to watch the spectacle and raised $2,500 to boot. Photo/Ben Nelms.

BEFORE: Councilman Dell gets buzzed — for a good cause

BEFORE: Councilman Dell gets buzzed — for a good cause

It took months for those locks to grow but it didn’t take long to cut them — for a cause. Fayetteville Councilman Larry Dell (seated) in the City Council chambers after the April 7 meeting begins the process of cutting his hair as a fund-raiser for the Piedmont Fayette Cancer Wellness Center in support of his sister Diane who is undergoing treatment for breast cancer. And, yes, that’s CPA and former Fayette County Commissioner Jack Smith doing the honors while serving as apprentice hair stylist as real stylist Denise Jordan looks on. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Planners want Kohl’s in west PTC but store likely lost to Coweta

Big boxes in PTC spotlight: Planning Commissioner David Conner points out the possible location of an interparcel access road that could connect the shopping center to the Shoppes at the Village Piazza shopping center further west. Photo/John Munford.

The proposed Line Creek shopping center on Ga. Highway 54 West at Planterra Way might get a big box store after all.

Some of the city’s planning commissioners are hoping they can lure Kohl’s Department Store away from the Fischer Crossing development just a short distance away in Coweta County.

However, Kohl’s has already signed a letter of intent to locate at Fischer Crossing and ground on the site is to be broken in a matter of weeks. Plus the company is already seeking its development permits from Coweta County, according to Fischer Crossing developer Scott Seymour. Read More»

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