Friday, July 6, 2001


Traffic light relocation set for July 22

The relocation of the Wynnmeade Parkway traffic light to MacDuff Parkway on Ga. Highway 54 is scheduled to be completed July 22 according to recent information provided to Peachtree City officials.

Auditorium plans to go before PTC voters; church campus eyed for community center

A new project has sprouted out of a movement to "finish off" Peachtree City's recreation facilities.

Wynnmeade plans before PTC commission Monday

A planned expansion of the Wynnmeade subdivision will be considered by the Peachtree City Planning Commission at its meeting Monday night.

New PTC financial policies focus on maintaing adequate cash reserves

With Peachtree City's financial belt tightening looming in the future, a series of financial policies have been adopted by the City Council to help prevent cash shortfalls.

PTC resident honored by GSP for saving three kids from burning car on interstate

Kevin Snyder still remembers the fear that rippled through his mind while he rescued three children from a burning car on the interstate earlier this year. "I was never afraid for myself. I was just terrified I was going to fail," Snyder said. "I was just in sheer terror for those kids."

PTC resident raising money for breast cancer research

Mary Margaret Lehman of Peachtree City wants to do her part for breast cancer research.

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New transportation initiative runs the gamut

Road improvements, express buses and the beginning of commuter rail are among recently announced plans to help ease the Atlanta traffic crunch in the next five years.

Twin Lakes could sell soon

The city of Senoia could see a major development come to fruition after nearly 12 years of starts and stops.

Senoia hires new police chief

After seven months, Senoia Police Chief Julian Crowder can remove the "interim" term from his title.

Cities get SPLOST update

Coweta's municipalities will finalize their proposed projects for a special purpose sales tax vote July 24.

Grave stone project continues

Members of the Sharpsburg Sharpshooters Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 1729 continue their project of placing grave stones at the burial sites of Confederate veterans.


Lazers team makes Final Four

Peachtree City's Under 14 Lazers White team has put together a nice win streak. They won the state tournament, which qualified them for the recent Region III tournament in Memphis, Tenn, went 4-0-1 there and will now compete for the national title July 24-29 in Indianapolis, IN.

Awards given for those in Fourth of July parade

The 4th of July Parade in Peachtree City was a tremendous success again this year, featuring many entrants in the parade. The winners of the parade awards in the golf cart division are as follows: Eleanor Gaynor in third place, Charles Micallef in second place and the Japanese/American Friendship Society in first place.

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A prayer for each of our nameless, faceless, helpless aborted babies . . .

For personal, religious, and moral reasons, I was the first person in our denomination to become a member of "CEC for Life," which was patterned after the Roman Catholic Church's "Priests for Life," a pro-life organization. In the spring of this year, I was among several priests and deacons who joined our bishop for a special and unique service in downtown Atlanta across the street from one of the South's most notorious abortion clinics.

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