Friday, November 2, 2001


Power plant vote delayed again; Williams sets more studies

Proponents and opponents of a huge power plant will have a little more time to study the issue before it's voted on by the Fulton County Commission.

It's not too late to comment on new school districts

The Fulton County School System will conduct a series of meetings to redistrict south county elementary and middle school attendance zones to accommodate two new schools.

Cities win sewer suit round one

Fayette County attorneys sometime this week hope to set a date for round two in the county's quest to put a stop to an agreement for sewer service between Tyrone and Fairburn.

Teacher makes a South Fulton library a true work of art

Clint Robinson wants the students at S.L. Lewis Elementary School to look at art as something you live with every day.

Elections set next week

Voters will head to the polls in South Fulton County next week with all three cities conducting municipal elections.

School board to honor veterans

The November pre-board work session of the Fulton County Board of Education will be Tuesday, Nov. 6, 5 p.m., at the school system's Administrative Center, 786 Cleveland Ave., SW, Atlanta.

Night School registration underway in Fulton County schools

McClarin High School in South Fulton is offering nine-week night classes.

EMC to build new headquarters

Coweta-Fayette Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) President and CEO Michael Whiteside announced the cooperative's purchase of a 73-acre tract of land in North Coweta County. The utility company will construct its multi-story corporate headquarters and operations facility just off Exit 56 at the corner of Weldon and Collinsworth Roads.

New ARC regional issues quarterly poll released

According to a quarterly poll recently conducted by the Atlanta Regional Commission, most respondents are aware of the challenges facing the region, but there is no clear consensus on the best course of action to provide solutions to these challenges.


Football teams look for momentum as season winds down

There are only a few regular season football games left for our local high school teams and, whether the teams are playoff bound or not, every game counts.

County gives strong showing at region meet

The McIntosh boys cross country team won the region championship last week, building momentum heading into the state meet this weekend. Starr's Mill's boys placed fourth, Fayette County's boys placed fifth and East Coweta finished ninth.

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