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PTC to consider Hwy. 74S. industrial annexing

A 77-acre site just south of Peachtree City may in the future become home of a new manufacturing facility in Peachtree City. Read More»

Redevelopment tax question on F’ville ballot Tuesday

The time has come for Fayetteville voters to decide on a proposal to bring an economic revitalization tool to the city. Read More»

Construction beginning on Fischer Crossing theaters

The new 10-screen theater at the Fischer Crossing commercial development is about to come out of the ground. The 40,000 square-foot building on the northeast corner of Fischer Road and Ga. Highway 34 in east Coweta County is expected to open around Thanksgiving.

Fischer Crossing developer Scott Seymour said the footers for the building are being poured now, with the initial block expected to start going up on Monday. The theaters will be situated on the easternmost portion of the development’s large northeast corner. Read More»

Coweta unemployment rate drops again

Coweta County’s unemployment rate continued to decrease in May, dropping to 9.8 percent, according to data provided by the Georgia Dept. of Labor. That figure is down from 10.1 percent in April and represents 5,805 people out of work in a workforce of 59,235.

The May jobless rate was perhaps significant because it marks the first time since well into the recession that the current month’s unemployment numbers were the same or lower than those from one year earlier. Read More»

Tavern on the Square: F'ville to get long-awaited eatery

The Fayetteville Planning & Zoning Commission last week agreed to recommend that revised elevation plans for the Olde Courthouse Tavern at 105 South Glynn Street be approved. The new business on the courthouse square could open in October.

Property owner Larry Graves said Tuesday the 2,000-square-foot Olde Courthouse Tavern will be outfitted like an old English tavern, complete with exposed beams and exposed brick. The business will feature a diverse menu that caters to an atmosphere of upscale, casual dining and will come with a full bar. Read More»

Wieland settles sex, race discrimination lawsuit

Atlanta homebuilder John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods has agreed to a settle a race and sex discrimination lawsuit filed by federal authorities in June 2009.

Under the settlement, Wieland will pay $378,000 to six claimants and hire at least 10 African-Americans and women into management positions over the next six years, according to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Read More»

Want a pawn shop? Go to F’ville city dump

If you want to open a pawn shop in Fayetteville, you may have to go to the city dump and sewer plant.

The Fayetteville City Council at the June 17 meeting heard the first reading of an ordinance amendment that would confine pawn shops to industrial-zoned areas of the city and another that would help attract restaurants to the historic downtown area. Read More»

Delta Community Credit Union goes mobile, debuts mobile banking services

Delta Community Credit Union, a not-for-profit financial institution and the state’s largest credit union, recently announced the launch of Delta Community Mobile Banking, adding to its ample selection of account access services and product offerings. The free* mobile service provides both consumer and business services members with convenient and secure access to real-time account information through their cell phone, smart phone, PDA or other mobile device. Read More»

Young Professionals Gather 'Round to Discuss Club Activity

Kristin Hauch, YP President, Sarah Smith, YP Social Co-Chair, Michelle Blose, YP Membership Chair

The Young Professionals of Fayette County (YP Fayette) will have a special Round Table Chat prior to their regularly scheduled Speaker N’ a Latte (SNL) meeting on Wednesday, June 30, at the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce (3rd Floor). The meeting will start at 7:45am and include a continental breakfast. The Round Table Chat will cover topics such as current club activities, new steering committee members, and upcoming events. Immediately following the Round Table Chat there will be a presentation by Rob Bensen, President of First Steps Training & Development. Read More»

PTC Planning Commission green-lights big Walgreens

A conceptual plan to raze Peachtree City’s Ruby Tuesday restaurant and replace it with a much larger Walgreens pharmacy was approved Monday by the Peachtree CIty Planning Commission. Read More»

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