The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, June 18, 1999


Revised sunshine laws reviewed
Every appointed and elected body in Peachtree City is taking time in the next week to address an issue of concern to governments across the state — changes in the state Open Records and Open Meetings laws.
Demand for library technology overwhelming
Computer use is on the rise at the Peachtree City Library, but it's becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with the skyrocketing demand.
Cluster home rezoning gets approval
A portion of the property on the northwest corner of Ga. Highway 54 and Walt Banks Road is one step closer to development, after approval of a proposed rezoning at Monday night's regular meeting of the Peachtree City Planning Commission.
Regulating snacks at pools being considered
The tinkling bells of the neighborhood ice cream truck could be history at Peachtree City's four pool sites if recreation officials can link recent episodes of kids throwing up in the pools with eating ice cream pops prior to swimming.
Wreck, propane spill snarl traffic
A rush-hour accident during rainy weather Wednesday afternoon caused a traffic nightmare on Ga. Highway 85.
Use of Line Creek Pkwy. corner questioned
Questions remain about the possibility of development on one corner of the proposed Line Creek Parkway where it originates at Ga. Highway 54.
Harris Teeter coming early next year
Peachtree City can expect the curtain to rise on a new Harris Teeter grocery store early next year, members of the Planning Commission learned Monday night.
Summer Dance Workshop
A summer dance workshop conducted by Mary Kathryn Houlder, through the Peachtree City School of Dance, will begin next Tuesday at Glenloch Recreation Center studio.
Peachtree City Paddlers to host picnic on Father's Day
The Peachtree City Paddlers club will host its annual Father's Day picnic on Lake Peachtree Sunday. There will be paddling activities as well as other family activities
on land.
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County takes 21st Century to task
A simmering feud between the Coweta County Board of Commissioners and 21st Century Coweta boiled to the surface Tuesday as the commissioners expressed “concern” about the organization. .
County pays $40,000 for new software
As the year 2000 draws closer, Coweta County is learning that costs are rising to battle Y2K problems.
Annexation on Senoia's agenda
Senoia residents will get an update Monday night on the status of the mediation between the city and Coweta County over an annexation dispute.
County wants LaGrange to pays its past dues now
It appears the Coweta County Board of Commissioners is inching toward a solution with the Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center over the issue of unpaid dues.
Transportation chief says local governments have nothing to worry about
Local governments shouldn't worry about losing local control to Gov. Roy Barnes' new transportation super agency, Fayette icon Joel Cowan told The Citizen Friday.


Chief track star keeps on running
Geoff Melymuk, a recent graduate of McIntosh High School, received All Metro track honors from the Atlanta Track Club at a recent ceremony.
Junior Golfers win Optomist Club Tournament
The Optimist Club of Peachtree City conducted its junior golf tournament at Flat Creek Country Club recently.

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Corporate sponsorship of churches: It's an idea whose time has come
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I think it's an idea whose time has come! In small ways, it's already happening in the church world.

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