Friday, September 6, 2002


PTC Council to meet Tuesday on Golf View Drive traffic; group opposes new changes

A group of Peachtree City residents wants the City Council to remove the traffic calming devices that have been added to Golf View Drive in the last few months to slow down traffic.

PTC burglary suspect hit same auto store four times, police say

A man caught by police in the act of a burglary at a Peachtree City bar last week now faces multiple burglary charges for a spate of other similar incidents in the city, including four break-ins at the Kedron Goodyear on Georgian Park.

WASA opens new complex on Hwy. 74 south

The administrative, maintenance and laboratory functions of Peachtree City's Water and Sewer Authority are now all under one roof.

PTC planning commission to tackle request for limited use commercial designation

The Peachtree City Planning Commission has a light agenda for its regularly scheduled Monday meeting, but it plans to tackle one commercial rezoning request for property on Ga. Highway 74 north near Wisdom Road.

Juveniles arrested for PTC golf cart theft

A juvenile golf cart driver allegedly tried to run over a Peachtree City police officer who was trying to stop the vehicle late Sunday night, police said.

Local authors to speak at PTC library Thursday night

Three local authors will be featured at a special program at the Peachtree City Library Thursday at 7 p.m.

Offshoot offers several classes this fall

Offshoot Productions artistic director Susan M. Steadman, Ph.D. will teach three acting classes through the Peachtree City Department of Recreation.

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Commision posts up for grabs Tuesday

Coweta County voters head back to the polls Tuesday to decide the two Republican nominees for County Commission districts.

County to remember 9/11 tragedy Wednesday

Coweta County will join the rest of the nation in staging a remembrance of the tragedies of Sept. 11 next Wednesday.

Sewer coming to western part of county

Residents in the Westside community near Newnan will soon see some relief for their rapidly failing and defunct septic systems.

Students will choose county tree

Coweta County will soon have an "official" tree.

St. Jude's fundraiser comes to Senoia

Once again, Senoia's city officials are donating their time to a good cause.


Second week of football season offers some intriguing matchups

The second week of the high school football season is here and there are a number of exciting games taking place tonight.


Honest reflections on Sept. 11, and how much it has changed us all

In just a few days the nation will observe the tragedy of Sept. 11. Most people remember where they were and what they were doing when the nation was attacked, and over 3,000 innocent people murdered, by Muslim terrorists. I was at home in front of the computer writing an article when my office manager called and told me to turn on the television.

Fayette County will soon have a shiny new place for rule breakers
By Rick Ryckeley
Fayette County Fire & Emergency Services

WARNING: Reading any further could get you mad, upset, annoyed, angry, irate, furious okay, you might get a little miffed. Just remember I warned you, and please, no more letters to the editor.

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