The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, September 25, 1998


PTC to OK 200 Kedron apartments?
With no further complications, Peachtree City should be able to resolve at its Oct. 1 meeting a lawsuit over apartment building.

PTC keeps same tax rate, but expects 16% revenue boost
In a special meeting Sept. 23, the city kept its tax rate at 4.06 mills for another year.

Planners to wade into Flat Creek wetlands controversy
A bid for rezoning connected with a lawsuit, a quagmire of a question on wetlands and a dilemma about cars and school buses will have the Peachtree City Planning Commission busy next Monday night.

PTC domestic violence calls up 36% so far in '98
Incidents of domestic violence in Peachtree City have increased this year, reports show, with four arrests last week in connection with "domestic violence calls," said Police Chief Jim Murray.

New federal rules may affect some PTC golf carts
There will be no golf-cart hot-rodding in Peachtree City without a seat belt.

Tyrone to develop long-range town plan
Tyrone Councilman William L. Stone proposed the development of a long range plan for town facilities and improvements at the Town Council meeting Sept. 17.

Senoia is taking the plunge
After much deliberation by the Senoia City Council, it looks like Senoia will be back in the water business.

Grantville native stands alone to protect historic cabin
The "Meadows cabin" is a "Grantville monument," David A. Wilson says, and he will fight any attempt to move it to Newnan.

County, school board reduce property taxes
As expected, the Coweta County Commission Tuesday lowered the tax rate for the county's property owners for the sixth year in a row.

Speaker: Overby revealed Southern spirit
William Thomas Overby's sacrifice was indicative of the spirit of The South, state Rep. Lynn Westmoreland told the crowd gathered last week for a memorial service.

School will be bursting with blooms
Eastside Elementary School in Senoia can anticipate a paradise come spring when the blooms and blossoms planted by the Old Town Sharpsburg Garden Club make their first appearance.

School board approves property tax reduction
The Coweta County Board of Education voted Monday on a slight decrease in property tax rates and had an informal discussion on the apparent success of "block scheduling" in the county's three high schools.

Senoia planners eye impact fees as key to future improvements
The Senoia Planning Commission faces a big work load for the next few months, but the result will be advantageous to the town for years to come, the commissioners were told Tuesday.

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