Friday, August 3, 2001


Williams plant will use 6.5 million gallons of water daily

On an average day in Fayette County, more than nine million gallons of water is pumped to residences and businesses to satisfy the busy county's water needs.

Company postpones power plant vote again

Williams Company is postponing its request for a power plant once again.

ARC to look closely at power plant

The Atlanta Regional Commission executive board has voted unanimously to treat a proposed power plant on the south Fulton/Fayette border as a Development of Regional Impact.

Dreams come true for Christian City residents

Floyd Morris, 85, thought he was dreaming when he saw the shiny scooter in front of him.

School population to top 71,000

When the school bells ring in the Fulton County School System Aug. 13 more than 71,000 students are expected to be in their seats and ready for roll call.

Fairburn eyes GRTA standards

Fairburn City Administrator Tony Cox is urging the City Council to take a close look at performance measures recently approved by the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority.

School board seeks input on new districts

This month, residents in the Fulton County School District can tell the Board of Education what they think of three plans for redrawing school board member district lines.

Open houses set for area schools

Local dentist honored

The Academy of General Dentistry has announced that Andrew Newsome, DDS, of Fairburn, will be awarded the academy's prestigious Mastership Award Saturday night in New York.

Throw the rascals out

The city of Fairburn has their own utility company.


Racing series filled with contact and cautions

Once again the grandstands and pits were packed as spectators and competitors alike flocked to Senoia Speedway to see the best in short track racing. Last Saturday night's events included not only a full racing program but also the Parts Pro Truck 100 lap feature.

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