A proposal to rezone 10 acres on Ga. Highway 16 west of Senoia for commercial and self-storage use was approved Feb. 21 by the Coweta County Commission. Approximately 2.5 acres were rezoned from RC (rural conservation) to C-6 (minor commercial shopping district). The property will face Hwy. 16 and will be developed for 12,000 sq. […]
In earlier times, the county governing body was referred to as the Fayette County Commissioners of Roads and Revenues. The board returns to its roots this week.
The Fayette Commission on Feb. 23 will consider a rezoning request that would add three homes along Seay Road and a state grant application to help with the construction of the intersection at Ga. Highway 92, Westbridge Road and Veterans Parkway. Commissioners will consider a proposal to rezone 14.39 acres on Seay from AR (agricultural […]
The final agenda item at the Feb. 23 meeting of the Fayette County Commission deals with relocating a county water line on Ga. Highway 54 for the widening by the Ga. Department of Transportation (DOT) of Hwy. 54 from McDonough Road to Tara Boulevard in Clayton County. But there will be more to the presentation […]
Commissioner Steve Brown requested approval of a resolution asking DOT to preserve the historical integrity of Starr’s Mill in relation to a bridge replacement on Hwy. 85.
A future replacement bridge on Ga. Highway 85 at Starr’s Mill received a bit of help Feb. 9 when the Fayette County Commission adopted a resolution asking the Ga. Department of Transportation (DOT) to consider the area’s historical significance when the time comes to install a new bridge. Steve Brown thought it would be advisable […]
The goals are to establish a vision for Hwy. 74 that is supported by the stakeholders and sets forth a plan for bringing that vision to reality.
A draft contract between the Ga. Department of Transportation and Fayette County for the Ga. Highway 74 Corridor Study was approved on Feb. 9 by the Fayette County Commission. Previously tabled on Jan. 12, commissioners at the Feb. 9 meeting unanimously approved a draft contract for the Hwy. 74 Corridor Study that includes stakeholders such […]
The Ga. Department of Transportation is planning later this year to widen Ga. Highway 54 East to four lanes beginning at McDonough Road east of Fayetteville to Tara Boulevard in Clayton County. Fayette County Public Works Director Phil Mallon said the $50 million project will widen the current two-lane roadway to four lanes to link […]
The Fayette County Commission on Feb. 9 agreed to the wording to be inscribed on a monument honoring the late Commissioner Pota Coston.
The Fayette County Commission on Feb. 9 agreed to the wording to be inscribed on a monument honoring the late Commissioner Pota Coston. By unanimous vote, commissioners approved the wording for the monument for the Kenwood Park Monument and Memorial Garden honoring the District 5 commissioner who passed away while in office in 2015. Coston […]
The Fayette County Commission at its Feb. 9 meeting will consider wording for the Kenwood Park monument honoring the late Commissioner Pota Coston, a draft of the Ga. Highway 74 Corridor Study and a proposal to have a replacement bridge on Ga. Highway 85 South at Starr’s Mill carry design features in keeping with the […]
Coweta OKs change in zoning condition to allow 3.3 million sq. ft. industrial-retail development to proceed The developer of the former Orchard Hills Golf Course property on Ga. Highway 16 at Interstate 85 that will become a major industrial and commercial site was granted an amendment by the Coweta County Commission on Jan. 19 to […]
Yvonne Smith of Fayetteville spoke during the meeting’s regular public comment period about what she said were some serious problems in the Newton Plantation community, where she lives.
Fayette County officials routinely get requests from citizens for help with things like water problems. But lately some of those problems have occurred in areas that do not have county water, and that can make things a bit complicated. County administrator Steve Rapson gave a report during the Jan. 26 regular meeting of the Board […]