The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, August 28, 1998


Tyrone to get into sewer business?
With two major development projects looming on the horizon, the town of Tyrone is seriously considering getting into the sewerage business.

Only 'minor' glitches for opening of schools
Approximately 18,000 students have returned to classes this week as Fayette County schools opened for the new school year. "We projected around 18,500, 18,600 students for the start of school and we are a little bit below that," said Dr. Dave Brotherton, Fayette County school superintendent.

What to do about tree-cutters, other violators?
PTC Planning Commission unhappy with tree cutting at future doctors' office

PTC faces challenge to meet seniors' recreation needs
What happens to recreation facilities in Peachtree City when the population changes? Will there one day be more need for senior citizen services than for ballfields for children?

Tyrone OKs variances for largest office park
The town of Tyrone moved a little closer last week to ushering in the biggest office park development in Fayette County.

Fees may go up for industrial sewer
The Huddleston Road special sewer district was thoroughly discussed at last Monday's meeting of the Peachtree City Water and Sewer Authority.

Fayetteville Police identify body as Matthew Carter, reported missing 2 weeks ago
Fayetteville Police said Tuesday that Matthew Carter, 26, was found dead in a wooded area near his home after having been reported missing for two weeks.

PTC, Booth try to untangle bus snarl
The Peachtree City Planning Commission and Fayette County Board of Education are still unable to resolve their engineering differences over rearranging traffic at Booth Middle School, but they're trying.

Senoia builds a bridge to history
Like ants circling a drop of melting ice cream in the sun, Senoia residents could not wait until the new bridge on Rockaway Road opened last week.

Coweta phone hotline set to prevent school violence
Educators, students and law enforcement personnel in Coweta County have a new tool this fall to battle the increasing problem of violence in the schools.

Senoia water supply may come from several sources
By Oct. 1, the city of Senoia should know if it's going to get back into the water production business.

Water and sewerage decisions are pending
Within the next few weeks, Senoia's Sewer Committee could make a recommendation to the city council that will help the city decide what direction it wants to take in dealing with updating the city's ancient septic system.

Gift renews grocer's faith in human nature
The day started out just like any other for Senoia businessman Ellis Crook. Owner of five businesses, he had the normal worries about who would show up for work and whether he would be able to make sure all his customers left his establishments happy and satisfied.

Festival organizers gearing up for Powers Crossroads Fair
Powers' Crossroads Country Fair and Arts Festival is preparing to celebrate 28 years of artists, craftsmen and community Sept. 5-7.