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Some uses just unwanted in industrial areas, F’ville decides

The Fayetteville City Council last week acted as expected and unanimously approved changes that eliminated a number of inappropriate or undesirable permitted uses in the city’s manufacturing zoning districts.

Now banned are meat processing plants, wastewater treatment facilities, sawmills and other milling operations, sanitary landfills and waste transfer facilities. Read More»

Braelinn stores’ facelift a success

Long-time tenants reporting more customers, even from north PTC

The dramatic facelift to the exterior of the Braelinn Village shopping center is paying dividends already. Read More»

SAHS wants to increase number of events serving alcohol

In an effort to raise needed funds the Senoia Area Historical Society (SAHS) is asking that the city’s alcohol ordinance be amended to allow an increase of up to six events per year where alcoholic beverages can be offered. City attorney Drew Whalen was asked to investigate the proposal and report back to the city council. Read More»

PTC's Development Authority short on money, long on aspirations

With $14,000 left in the bank and no more funding coming from the Peachtree City Council, at this point anyway, the Development Authority of Peachtree City has enough money to get to the first of May before running out.

On a 3-2 vote of council earlier this year, DAPC’s $35,000 in funding was removed from the budget, and the authority was informed they would have to subsist on that figure with its mission. Read More»

$400K deemed too much for MacDuff golf cart path

Peachtree City is hoping to go back to its original plan for building a cart path along Camden Apartments that leads from the currently-unused path tunnel underneath MacDuff Parkway.

Camden officials had asked the city to consider a different alternative for the project, but that will be far too expensive, the Peachtree City Council was told last week.

The project would have come it at over $400,000, officials said. The city will ask Camden if it will donate the needed right of way for the less costly proposal, according to City Manager Bernie McMullen.

Senoia council adopts $2.1 million budget for 2011

The Senoia City Council at its Dec. 6 meeting unanimously approved the city’s $2.1 million General Fund budget that will take effect in January. The budget was essentially flat, with an expected increase in revenues for 2011 totaling $24,600 over 2010. Read More»

A/V upgrades for future Senoia council meetings

One of the ideas associated with the new Senoia Police Department and Municipal Court building on Howard Road was the ability to hold city council meetings and public meetings at that location in what is obviously a much larger meeting room. The council Monday night approved the purchase of $6,900 in audio and video equipment needed to accommodate the need and accomplish that purpose. Read More»

$7.9 million voted to fix Hood Ave./Ga. 92 junction with Hwy. 85

City cancels LaFayette extension; light to move south from Hwy. 92

A $7.9 million plan to improve traffic at the intersection of Ga. highways 85 and 92, and also Hood Avenue, in Fayetteville will be funded with money from Fayette County’s 2004 transportation sales tax. Read More»

Season’s greetings from PTC's WASA: Big sewer bills

Nearly 10,000 people in Peachtree City are likely to get some sticker shock this week when they open their December water bills.

While the water rates are not going up, the city’s sewer rates are going up significantly, as most residential customers will pay an extra $20 a month or more. Read More»

F’ville gives preliminary OK for amending alcohol, zoning rules

The Fayetteville City Council as expected heard the first reading on requests to amend two ordinances at its Dec. 2 meeting. One of those pertained to a request to amend the alcohol ordinance to clear up possible conflicting language while the other proposed amendment would eliminate some of the uses in the Light Manufacturing (M-1) and Heavy Manufacturing (M-2) zoning districts.

Police Chief Steve Heaton told council members his office found a discrepancy in areas of the ordinance pertaining to employees affiliated with the sale, delivery and serving of alcohol. Read More»

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