Friday, August 10, 2001


Draft of West Village plan includes cart path expansion, access roads and rail station site

An advisory committee studying development of the West Village area is recommending a slate of cart path system expansions and design elements totalling more than $6.5 million.

Lenox suggests council pay raise

Peachtree City Mayor Bob Lenox is pushing for a pay increase for City Council members.

Charter, ordinances to get one last tweaking before vote by City Council

A slate of new ordinances proposed to coincide with adoption of Peachtree City's new charter have been sent back to the drawing board.

Area attorney announces bid for PTC council seat

Peachtree City resident Murray J. Weed has announced his candidacy for the Post 4 City Council seat currently held by Carol Fritz.

Consultant recommened to evaluate Peachtree City stormwater program

At its meeting Thursday night, the Peachtree City Council will consider a proposal to hire a consultant to evaluate the city's stormwater system and develop a stormwater management plan for the future.

Starlight makes computer wish come true for PTC youngster

A Peachtree City youth who has been in and out of the hospital with medical problems had a special wish answered recently by the Starlight Children's Foundation.

Airport Authority wants to rebuild its cash reserves

Although the bottom line at Falcon Field will be bolstered by $10,000 a month in the near future, Peachtree City's Airport Authority is being cautious in its consideration of its latest six-month budget.

PTC Planning Commission to review subdivision north of Wynnmeade

A concept plan to add 107 homes in a subdivision north of the Wynnmeade subdivision will be considered by the Peachtree City Planning Commission at its regular meeting Monday night.

Seabaugh worried about status of Ga. Senate redistricting map

With a newly tweaked redistricting map set to be unveiled at press time late Thursday afternoon, State Sen. Mitch Seabaugh claims the process is being rushed.

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School board launches national search for superintendent

The search is on. ...

County clashes with GRTA

Coweta County officials want to make sure the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority knows how Coweta County wants to develop its land.

Councilman resigns after eight months

In less than a month, Senoia's City Council will be down to four members.

SPLOST vote is set for Sept.18

Coweta County's governments are ready for the fall special purpose local option sales tax vote.

Commission wants Solicitor at meetings

Any further skirmishes between the Coweta County Commission and State Court Solicitor Robert Stokely will take place in the commission chambers, instead of newspaper columns.

City approves council and mayor salary hike

The Senoia City Council decided Monday night to raise the salary of the mayor and council members.


Sprint cars series adds intensity to Senoia Speedway after competitive week

The constant threat of rain failed to dampen the excitement and racing action during last Saturday night's racing program at Senoia Speedway. Instead, two short rain delays only intensified each competitor's appetite to take home the checkered flag.

Preseason of fall sports starts tonight

Fall sports get underway this weekend with a preseason of sorts.

Advance tickets for kickoff classic on sale

The Corky Kell Kickoff Classic, which is a full day of high school football at the Georgia Dome, will feature East Coweta against Starr's Mill in the first game of the day at 11:45 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25. Other games include Dacula vs. Westside-macon at 2:45 p.m., Brookwood vs. Harrison at 5:30 p.m. and McEachern vs. Parkview at 8:30 p.m.

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Rudeness is rampant: Ear-splitting speakers, line breakers, left-lane drivers

No one likes a rude person. Even other rude people don't like rude people.

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