Friday, June 15, 2001


City eyes new fees to keep up with growth

Fairburn may soon join the ranks of cities using impact fees to help fund their growth.

Fairburn officials mum on Fayette annexation plans

Fairburn officials were unusually quiet during Monday's meeting about a recent annexation discussion with Fayette County.

Chamber's new president no stranger to south side

South Fulton's new Chamber of Commerce president is a familiar figure on the south side of town.

No welcome for proposed church

Welcome Grove Baptist Church did not receive a welcome mat from Fairburn officials Monday night.

Edwards seeks comment on taxes

Fulton County District 7 Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards will host a town hall meeting next week regarding Fulton County's proposed 2001 property tax rates.

Schools make needs known to state Legislature

Although the Georgia General Assembly won't meet again until next year, the Georgia School Board Association is getting ready for the session.

Prophetic Conference scheduled June 18-24

World Harvest Ministries in Fairburn is hosting the Holy Spirit Prophetic Conference June 18-24, to include services, seminars and a picnic.

Church invites participation in patriotic musical production

Ramah First Baptist and Palmetto Baptist Church invite individuals and churches to participate in their upcoming celebration of the birthday of America


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.

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