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PTC to decide on fee break for Sany plant

Thursday night the Peachtree City Council will consider offering a 75 percent break on impact fees for a Chinese heavy equipment company that is preparing to build its first U.S. location here. Read More»

Bill requires golf cart drivers to be 16, have license; PTC impact uncertain

McIntosh High School students enjoy one of Peachtree City's ubiquitous golf carts in an undated file photo.

A new law passed by the Georgia Legislature would require citizens to have a driver’s license in order to drive a golf cart. Read More»

Fayetteville to consider intersection change order

The meeting Thursday of the Fayetteville City Council will be brief, with council members considering 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 will propose 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 that is part of the 314/White/Banks intersection project. Read More»

PTC to require cell tower ‘balloon test’?

Peachtree City’s proposed new cell tower regulations were not ready as planned for Monday night’s Planning Commission meeting.

The proposal is certainly “much more intense than what’s on the books today,” Rast said.

The city would require wireless companies to document their need, conduct a “balloon test” and also undergo a “visual impact assessment,” Rast explained.

Balloon tests involve raising a large balloon to the proposed height of the antenna to give a better idea of how the tower would fit in with its surroundings. Read More»

'Walking signs' discussion moves back to planning commission

A proposal to regulate businesses’ “walking signs” is headed back for consideration by the Peachtree City Planning Commission.

The ordinance, however, has a good chance of passing, based on comments this week by Mayor Don Haddix. Read More»

PTC Library Commission may disband

With little much to do except review missives from the public comment box, the Peachtree City Library Commission is asking the city to consider dissolving it. Read More»

Rain delay for new Senoia PD opening should end soon

It is not open yet, but it should be soon. The opening of the new 8,300 square-foot Senoia Police Department and Municipal Court building on Howard Road has been delayed by humidity levels in the concrete slab. But those levels are falling and the facility is expected in open in the coming weeks.

Humidity levels in the concrete slab at the new Senoia Police Department and Municipal Court Building located at 505 Howard Road continue to delay its opening. But humidity levels due to heavy rainfall totals since construction began are decreasing and the 8,308 square-foot facility is expected to open in a few weeks. Read More»

Proposed PTC budget includes tax hike; Imker vows to fight it

Peachtree City Councilman Eric Imker. Staff photo.

Staff intends quarter mill increase to generate same revenue as last year; Councilman Imker says hard decisions are being ducked Read More»

PTC planners want it in writing before vote

UPDATED print version (Tuesday, May 25, 2010) — With loose ends left to be examined, the Peachtree City Planning Commission Monday night postponed a vote on a rezoning proposal to build 100 senior apartments off Newgate Road in Kedron Village.

The proposal has been recommended for approval by Peachtree City interim Community Development Director David Rast, but commissioners wanted to see their concerns addressed in a proposed development agreement that has yet to be put in writing. Read More»

PTC planner recommends senior apartment rezoning

Complex would be limited to those 62 and up

A rezoning proposal to build 100 senior apartments off Newgate Road in Kedron Village is being recommended for approval by Peachtree City interim Community Development Director David Rast.

That recommendation will be discussed tonight by the Peachtree City Planning Commission, which meets at 7 p.m. at City Hall to vote on its recommendation Read More»