Friday, August 10, 2001


Kenn, secretary of state, clash over election reform

A difference in philosophy over election reform has caused a mild tiff between Fulton County Commission Chairman Mike Kenn and Secretary of State Cathy Cox.

Williams reps are no-show at power plant meeting

The central question on everybody's lips Tuesday night in a sweltering gym in College Park was "Where's Williams?"

Development forum to focus on handling success

The word is finally starting to get out on South Fulton's development potential.

Board member favors seven districts in remap

As the Fulton County Board of Education ponders its new distict lines, board member Gail Dean has come out in favor of a seven-member scool board.

School officials take helms of two state associations

Two of the state's largest educational advocacy groups are being led this year by Fulton County School System leaders.

SPLOST vote is set for Sept.18

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

Car tag honors teachers

The special educator car tag promoted legislatively by the Professional Association of Georgia Educators and supported by 75 percent of Georgians who voted in the general election last November is now available to Georgia motorists.

Detriments outweight benefits of power plant

I am a resident of The Woods, a retirement community adjacent to Christian City about one-half mile from the proposed power plant that Williams Company is proposing to build.

Trees won't buffer power plant

As a South Fulton county property owner residing in the immediate vicinity of the proposed Williams Power Plant, I would like to express my concerns regarding some of the information the Williams company is disseminating to those of us who will be impacted by this plant.


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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