vows to fight big box law
The Peachtree City
Council Thursday night upheld an October recommendation from the Planning
Commission, voting 5-0 to reject plans for a Target store at Kedron
Recreational Vehicle designed to work for Fayette public safety agencies
public safety agencies now have a new tool at their disposal thanks
to the Fayetteville Police Department and a grant from the U.S. Department
of Homeland Security.
Inn to locate at Fayettevilles Villages
be getting a second hotel in the downtown area now that the Hampton
Inn is set to come to the Villages at LaFayette Park mixed-use development.
juvenile court judge resigns; replacement sought
A. Ronald Cook,
who has presided over numerous local hearings as the Chief Juvenile
Court Judge in the Griffin Judicial Circuit, has submitted his resignation,
effective at the end of June, according to court officials.
problems with Fayettevilles audit, firm says
The city of Fayetteville
has again received a clean audit from the accounting firm
who evaluated its financial data for the fiscal year ending July 31,
must be rinsed before placing on curb
are asking residents to make sure they rinse out steel cans, aluminum
cans, foil and pie pans along with #1 and #2 plastic containers placed
outside for recycling pickup.
many ways do you say Very Good!?
David L. Chancey
Marching band was
a big deal when I was in high school. While still just a novice clarinet
player, I looked forward to the day when I would be part of the Band
of the Braves.
and His sense of humor
DR. KNOX HERNDON
I can remember some
of my early childhood memories of what a spiritual man looked
like. At that age, it seemed to me that the more spiritual a man was
supposed to be, he looked a certain way. These men whom I vividly remembered
seemed to all grit their teeth when they talked and carried very heavy
Bibles. Most of them seemed to be right at home at a funeral. In other
words they could have been paid mourners or could just look sorrowful
naturally. I never really knew which was true.
MARY JANE HOLT
I heard him say
it. Live, clearly, matter of factly, without a blink, Federal Reserve
Chairman Greenspan said Social Security benefits must be cut.