Commandments legislation introduced
Rep. Lynn Westmoreland
(R-Sharpsburg) introduced legislation this week that would allow the
10 Commandments to be placed in local and state government offices.
school board to lobby at Capitol
The seven highest-ranking
administrators in the Fayette County School System will be joined by
all five members of the Board of Education in a trip to the state Capitol
Tuesday to lobby against more school funding cuts.
seeking protocol to sign PTCs golf cart law
Peachtree City Police
Chief James Murray said his department will not back off on enforcing
laws against underaged or unlicensed drivers from operating golf carts,
even though both sides of the Georgia Legislature have approved the
looking for new president
The Fayette County
Chamber of Commerce is expected to name an interim president soon, as
former president Elissa Hall was recently relieved of her duties.
Airways announces succession plan
World Airways, Inc.
announced Thursday that its board of directors has approved a succession
plan with the upcoming retirement of Hollis Harris, chairman and chief
cuts Grantville off from using 911 for administrative calls
Coweta County delivered
on its earlier ultimatum and decided not to allow Grantville to use
the countys 911 service for non-emergency calls.
council sparks heated debate
Coweta County may
soon have a sports council to help lure lucrative tournaments and their
tourism dollars to the area.
Mill park could lure tourists from around the country
Coweta County could
soon be home to a tourist destination that could draw visitors by the
officials looking for sewer construction finish date
Senoia city administrator
Murray McAfee huddled with contractors and officials from Georgia Rural
Development yesterday to try and get a handle on when the citys
sewer system will be completed.
continues to grow
Coweta County ranked
25th out of 159 counties in tourist expenditures for the 2002 fiscal
real estate company formed
Two familiar names
in Coweta County real estate have teamed to form a new company, Bowers
& Burns, which will concentrate on the education of sellers and
buyers on the best potential for their land.
Flash registration underway
The Peachtree City
Flash youth track team has begun accepting registrations for their spring
track season. The Peachtree City Flash is comprised of children who
are between 6 and 14 years of age (as of Dec. 31, 2004).
Panthers shut out Chapel Hill
Mill Lady Panthers soccer team rolled to a 7-0 victory over Chapel Hill
game set for Sunday
The Peachtree City
high school lacrosse team will try to keep its unbeaten streak alive
against an undefeated Etowah team Sunday at 3 p.m. at Riley Field (behind
Peachtree City Elementary School). Admission and parking are free. In
addition, signups for all youth lacrosse as well as the new girls lacrosse
program are currently in motion. For more information visit www.eteams.com/ptclaxclub/.
A few weeks ago,
I received a letter from a woman who, if I am any judge of character,
is a committed Christian woman who has been involved in significant
ministry for a number of years, is faithful in church, and is a devoted
mother and wife. It is this concern as a mother that has her distressed.
Fayette County Fire & Emergency Services
Bowl Sunday was super not because it was a great football game
with the outcome decided in the last four seconds. Nor was it because
of the revealing halftime show or the humorous commercials. Nope ...
Sunday was super because I won an argument with The Wife, an argument
about history no less.
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