Friday, May 18, 2001


North side commissioners decline to fight airport

Fulton County commissioners Wednesday "slapped the citizens of South Fulton in the face," said District 7 Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards.

Power plant company: No wrongdoing in California fine

A spokesman for the company that wants to build a huge power facility in South Fulton County said this week that a recent settlement in California showed no wrongdoing in the state's energy crisis.

Fairburn putting the brakes on growth

Fairburn officials put the brakes on growth Monday night.

Lieutenant governor preaches gospel of growth

Lt. Gov. Mark Taylor brought his message of prosperity to the Fulton Industrial Business Association Wednesday morning and asked the business leaders to continue making the state better.

Christian City to host metro seniors

Metro Atlanta seniors will gather for the eighth annual National Senior Health and Fitness Day Wednesday, May 30, at Christian City.

Key county appointments announced

Fulton County Manager Tom Andrews has selected two senior managers to fill key County positions.

Kenn wants North, South Fulton zoning handled separately

Fulton County Commission Chairman Mike Kenn wants to see North and South Fulton zoning matters handled separately, saying he believes it will improve efficiency.

Cedar Grove Assn. begins new term

Cedar Grove Community Association Inc. chose officers for the coming year during its regular bimonthly meeting recently.


Kelly Murzynsky Wins Cleveland Marathon

Peachtree City resident Kelly Murzynsky won the inaugural Greater Cleveland Marathon held in Cleveland, OH on May 6. Kelly ran a personal best time of 3:13:18 (averaging 7:22 per mile) to win by almost 16 minutes. This was her eighth marathon and first victory.

McIntosh golf season ends at state tournament

The McIntosh Chiefs golf team did not win the state tournament held earlier this week in Jekyll Island, but they did finish the season as region champs.

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