July 4 ‘spot-saving’ might be banned to save city’s grass?
Saving your spot with a tarp or blanket for fireworks viewing and parade watching is a Peachtree City tradition.
That may soon change, however, as some last year used the privilege several days prior to the city’s annual July 4 celebration, sparking complaints from residents that have resulted in a new ordinance proposed by city staff.
The ordinance would restrict anyone from leaving a tent, blanket, tarp, stake or other personal property unattended while it is on city-owned property or right-of-way for more than an hour. Read More»