The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, September 18, 1998


Arrests, warrants clear up thefts, police say
Peachtree City police say they solved numerous thefts and burglaries through arrests of several suspects.

New phone number set for burn permits
Burning wood and paper trash will resume in Peachtree City Oct. 1, but residents will need a burning permit from the city fire department.

Pupils ready to sweep into Peeples
A very excited elementary school principal says she is ready to move into a new school, "way ahead" of the time when she had thought it would be ready.

Tower approved at 74/Rockaway
What may be the "second to last" telecommunications tower for Peachtree City was approved unanimously by the Planning Commission Monday.

Officials: new tree plan works great
Every now and then, says Jim Williams, Peachtree City development director, things just work out better than expected.

Madras Middle's Kramlich named TBS SuperTeacher
Kenneth Kramlich, a science teacher at Madras Middle School, has been awarded the TBS Superstation SuperTeacher Award for the 1997-98 school year.

Lucky's narrow escape
They've named the turtle "Lucky," and now they can't wait for him to return to the woods.

Coweta folks among the first to get new high-speed Internet
Coweta residents seeking a faster connection to the Internet will have a new choice starting Oct. 1.

Senoia to settle account with Southeastern
After more than a year of wrangling, the city of Senoia has decided to pay Southeastern Engineers more than $20,000 for a grubbing plan for Hutchinson's Lake.

Mural will add color to Court Square
Work is under way this week on a new mural that will add a colorful side to Newnan's historic Court Square.

City ponders options to fuel its fleet
By the end of the year, the city of Senoia will decide what to do with its gas storage tank.

Study: Senoia water plant viable
An engineering study holds out hope that Senoia's water treatment plant could be operational again, but City Council will not decide whether to process and sell its own water until Monday, if then, said Mayor Joan Trammell.

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