Friday, June 15, 2001


McMenamin ends speculation on PTC mayoral bid to help candidates decide

When hats are thrown in the ring for the upcoming Peachtree City mayoral race, Annie McMenamin will keep hers on.

Wellman plans campaign for Peachtree City mayor

Political newcomer Fred Wellman has announced he will seek the mayor's post in Peachtree City.

McMenamin calls to end bickering amongst officials in letters to editor

Tired of seeing some of her fellow council members take their disputes to local newspapers, Peachtree City Councilwoman Annie McMenamin has called for a truce.

PTC Council approves financing plan for $2.5 million expansion of tennis center

Voter approval won't be needed to help fund the $2.5 million final phase of the Peachtree City Tennis Center.

Cart path bridge, smaller rail station part of citizen group's plan for West Village

A plan for managing congested traffic and expanding the cart path system in the West Village area is nearing completion.

PTC Council close to approving seniors facility authority for upscale apartments

Peachtree City is closer to getting a seniors facility authority now that some of the City Council's toughest questions have been answered.

First reading of PTC charter revisions passed with no comment from public

Apparently, no one was too unhappy with the changes the Peachtree City Council has for the city's charter.

WASA retreat set Saturday morning

The Peachtree City Water and Sewerage Authority will hold its annual retreat at the Wyndham Peachtree Conference Center Saturday beginning at 8 a.m.

PTC Planning Commission offers mixed bag on four different rezoning requests

Only one of four rezoning proposals passed the muster of the Peachtree City Planning Commission at its regular meeting Monday night.

Police Blotter


Justic center at the top of SPLOST wish list

The Coweta County Commission has settled on a list of projects for its upcoming special purpose local option sales tax vote.

School system hires $70,000 public information officer

Residents wanting quick answers about school issues have a new source to call.

GEMA honors school board

The Coweta County School System received a pat on the back Tuesday night from the Georgia Emergency Management Agency director.

Board passes $150 million budget

Coweta County property taxpayers will see a jump in their bills next this fall after the Board of Education gave final approval to a $150 million budget Tuesday night.

County approves emergency grant for furniture

The Coweta County Commission quietly decided Tuesday afternoon to accept emergency funds from the governor's office for Solicitor Robert Stokely.


Points race tightens at Senoia Speedway

Gainesville's Randy Bynum captured his second win in as many races at Senoia Speedway in the Pro Late Model Division Saturday night. Bynum is the divisions points leader after securing his lead by winning the previous race.

Fifth annual Watermelon Festival in Warm Springs

Experience the fun, food and festivities at the Fifth Annual Watermelon Festival in Warm Springs, Ga. On June 16th from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. you can enjoy children's activities, hand-made crafts, watermelon wagon rides and lots of ice cold watermelon.


The Church is in need of more faithful fathers

Much has been made about the absence of fathers in American homes. Some studies seem to indicate that children who do not have fathers at home are more likely to experience low self-esteem, demonstrate antisocial behavior, exhibit subnormal performance, and have gender identity issues.


Back to the Citizen Home Page