Assn. continues to evolve
The makeup of the
Peachtree City Tourism Associations Board of Directors, the center
of a spat in November that canceled a City Council meeting, may look
dramatically different as early as September.
pushing annexation for Spear Road development
Steve Brown has
proposed that a developer wanting to build an estate subdivision off
Spear Road and Ebenezer Road annex more than 200 acres of unincorporated
county land along the eastern city limits, rather than de-annex about
48 acres now inside the city.
of 10 favorite Fred performers have committed to return for
Seven of the 10
all-time favorite acts named by regular patrons of the annual Summer
Concert Series at The Fred have committed to return to Peachtree
City for the 10th anniversary season this summer.
perks for tennis members offered to draw wayward back
The membership rolls
at the Peachtree City Tennis Center had leveled off before the controversy
surrounding the facilitys finances became front page news last
fall, and were showing a slight decline, managers of the facility say.
junior arrested for writing anonymous threats on the wall
A 16-year-old Fayette
County High School student has been arrested for making several anonymous
threats written on a bathroom wall at the school on three separate occasions
dating back to late October, police said.
resident juggles around Middle East for troops
Todd Key is better known to local residents as part of The Zucchini
Brothers, which perform annually at the Georgia Renaissance Festival.
He started performing as a Zucchini Brother at the Minnesota Renaissance
Festival in 1982 and now performs at both the Georgia festival and the
Michigan Renaissance Festival. It was through his festival connections
that Key was invited to be part of a USO tour that took him to military
bases in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Djibouti, Africa.
passes, but with no extra programs
The Coweta County
Commission passed its $30 million 2004 budget Tuesday, but not before
newly-elected Chairman Vernon Mutt Hunter vowed not to revert
to deficit spending.
maps out more plans for bus service
When the Georgia
Regional Transportation Authoritys express buses start rolling
next year, residents will be able to get to Hartsfield-Jackson International
Airport during the morning and rush hours.
landmark may stay in place
outcry over removing the golf ball water tower near Canongate Golf Course
may keep the giant ball in the sky.
Senoia council meets
new year was kicked off in Senoia Monday night, with two new council
members and a mayor taking over the reins in the growing east Coweta
Countys ranking state legislator, Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R-Sharpsburg),
believes the upcoming legislative session will be a short one.
Honors nominees honored
County high school nominees for the Governors Honors Program and
their parents gathered at the Central Educational Center recently to
be honored by the principals and school system officials.
to speak at Christ the King Sunday
The Most Rev. John
W. Holloway, bishop of the Diocese of Georgia, will speak this Sunday
during the 10 a.m. services of Christ the King Charismatic Episcopal
Church. Holloway will administer the Sacrament of Holy Communion and
will install Fr. Paul Massey of Peachtree City as curate (associate
pastor) at Christ the King.
League gearing up for 2004
registration time already here, Peachtree City Little League officials
are looking at a few changes in this seasons program to better
serve the players and their parents.
the next right thing
I read that the
good folks of the Russell Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church
recently dedicated their sanctuary. Evidently, it was a rather large
will make you sick
Fayette County Fire & Emergency Services
mean to climb up on my soapbox so early in the New Year, but somebody
has to stand up here and shout about the injustice going on in the world
to the little people. Im proud to be one of the little people,
and I can only stands so much then I cant stands no more!
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