Friday, May 11, 2001


Federal lawsuit against PTC, three police officers could be settled soon

A settlement may be forthcoming in a federal lawsuit against Peachtree City and three of its police officers, according to court records.

Aircraft repair facility shows interest in Falcon Field; redesign of Hangar Area B considered

With a company expressing interest in locating a FAA-certified repair station at Falcon Field, the Peachtree City Airport Authority may ask for a third redesign of its Hangar Area B project.

Citizens most likely to feel fee increase impact through recreation facility rentals

A host of new fee increases for services in Peachtree City will take effect July 1, but relatively few will directly impact citizens.

Office complex for Crabapple area is denied

A proposal to convert residentially zoned land south of Crabapple Lane for an office complex has been denied by the Peachtree City Council.

Homeowners on private streets may contract with city for maintenance

Peachtree City homeowners who live on private streets may get some help from the city in maintaining their roadways.

Benefit set for May 20 at Valentino's

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team in Training will host its second annual benefit dinner Sunday, May 20, at Valentino's restaurant in Peachtree City's Braelinn Village shopping center from 4:30-7:30 p.m.

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Megasite could provide 3,000 jobs

Secrets could finally be revealed at a June 12 public hearing on the zoning for Coweta County's megasite.

Senoia takes another look at annexation

You can call it the annexation that just won't die.

City hires firm to run water plant

Senoia took another step Monday night toward opening its water plant.

Cancer kids visit Collins

U.S. Reps. Mac Collins and Saxby Chambliss met in the Capitol recently with a group of teenagers suffering from cancer.

Grantville prepare for festival

The Grantville Association will host its annual Grantville Day Downtown Festival Saturday, June 9, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Education matters

May 6 begins National Teacher Appreciation Week.


McIntosh boys and girls tennis heads to state semifinals

The McIntosh boys and girls tennis teams have made the state semifinals, after winning quarterfinal matches held recently at the Peachtree City tennis Center.

Soccer teams advance to quarterfinals this Friday and Saturday

Fayette and Coweta County is representing itself very well in the AAAAA boys and girls state soccer tournaments. There are eight teams left, vying for a state title. In the girls bracket, four of the final eight are from Region 4-AAAAA, while the boys have three of the final eight. Should all of our local teams win their games this weekend, there will be regional rematches next week.

Peachtree City Tennis Center announces ALTA division winners

The Peachtree City Tennis Center recently held playoffs for its ALTA teams.

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'8:28' people are the ones who lead by their example of persevering faith

My friend and parishioner, Pat Cangemi, had been killed in a terrible traffic accident on a Tuesday evening near his home in Coweta County, Ga. On Thursday, at 5 p.m., in the Rose Room of Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home in Peachtree City, I sat with his wife, Diane, a wonderful woman whom I have known for over 15 years, as we prepared to meet with members of the family and discuss the upcoming memorial service.

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