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Planning Commission to hear 3 hot topics Monday

Senior apartment rezoning; new Walgreens and cell tower rules

A proposal to build 100 age-restricted senior apartments on Newgate Road near the Kedron Village shopping center is expected to be voted on Monday night by the Peachtree City Planning Commission. Read More»

Small crowd at budget meeting says 'Tax us'

A crowd of more than 40 people watches the budget figures presented by City Manager Bernie McMullen at Thursday's town hall meeting. Photo/John Munford.

The overwhelming majority of about 50 people at Peachtree City’s town hall meeting on the budget indicated they don’t support cuts in city services, city staffing levels or employee benefits. Read More»

Mosquito control in effect for the City of Newnan

The Public Works Department will begin a mosquito management program in June and continue through September, fogging Tuesdays and Fridays from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., weather conditions permitting.  Read More»

Senoia reviews vehicle parking ordinance

The Senoia City Council on Monday heard the first reading of an amendment to the “Parking of Vehicles and Trailers” portion of the city’s zoning ordinance that would bring a few changes to the size of the vehicle or trailer and the locations where parking would be allowed.

There were only a few proposed changes to the ordinance. Of those, and if approved by the council, no vehicles or trailers which are eight feet or higher in height and have more than two axles will be permitted to be parked in front of the main building or dwelling or in the side or rear yards of residential dwellings. Read More»

F'ville changes junction plans, sells K-9 dog

The Fayetteville City Council in a brief meeting June 3 approved a change order for the Ga. Highway 314/Banks Road intersection project and the retirement and sale of police K-9 dog “Duke.”

City Engineer Don Easterbrook recommended the $24,871 change order for the construction of the 1-cent sales tax-funded full turn lane and sidewalk project on White Road approaching Hwy. 314. The project is part of the larger 314/White/Banks intersection project. Read More»

PTC wants public's take on budget

Questions for town hall meeting can be submitted in advance online

In a departure from tradition, the Peachtree City Council is hosting a town hall meeting on the city’s budget Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at City Hall.

Citizens with questions are encouraged to submit them online Read More»

PTC gives fee break to Sany

Chinese company to host 150 jobs by end of 2011

With a quick welcome to Peachtree City, the City Council promptly signed off on a request to cut $198,166 in impact fees for a new company that will employ 150 people by the end of next year. Read More»

PTC getting Fresh Market at Glenloch center

Updated Friday 11:24 a.m.

The Fresh Market grocery company has signed a letter of intent to locate in the Peachtree Crossings shopping center in Peachtree City. Read More»

Grand opening of Newnan's Lynch Park pool set for June 12

The City of Newnan and Coweta County officials will hold a ‘Pool Party’ at the completely new pool at Lynch Park on Saturday, June 12 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. A ribbon cutting ceremony will kick off the grand opening of the new pool. There will be no admission charge for the pool party.  

Music by Musicology will be at the event. Free hot dogs, drinks, popcorn, and sno- cones will be all part of the day’s activities. Newnan Police and Fire will be on hand to talk to children. Read More»

PTC gets to work on trimming budget

Imker only councilman advocating service cuts

Wednesday night, most of the Peachtree City Council admitted to having little stomach for making any further cuts that would affect city services. Read More»

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