The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, October 30, 1998


Council's lawsuit settlement seems to presume rezoning for Kedron apts.
More trump cards may be played next week by persons seeking to locate apartments in Peachtree City, as the City Council holds a public hearing on rezoning a small part of Eric Edee's property on Ga. Highway 74.

Holy Trinity Catholic marks 25 years serving PTC families
Holy Trinity Catholic Church will mark its 25th year as a parish this Sunday with a special noon Mass celebrated by Archbishop John F. Donoghue.

Golf course neighbors wary of wetlands agreement
Flat Creek Golf Course representatives say that a wetlands mitigation behind several homes on Stratford Court is officially dead, and the area will be restored to its "preconstruction contours."

Poor attendance at PTC's 'Spotlight' concerts dims amphitheater's profit picture
The Brown Amphitheater lost money this year because of poor attendance at "spotlight" concerts, the director says, but next year the Peachtree City venue should increase revenues by presenting events for two nights in a row.

'Let there be no light,' planners tell PTC church
Resolving lighting problems at Peachtree City Christian Church is not as easy as turning then off or reducing the bulb wattages, the Peachtree City Planning Commission discovered this week.

EMC starts natural gas service Sunday
Starting Sunday, you'll be able to get both electricity and gas from the company who has provided electric power to the metro south region for over 50 years, Coweta-Fayette EMC.

Economic Study
A new economic study conducted by 21st Century Coweta shows that many of the leaders are looking for economic development to save the county from being a victim of Atlanta's urban sprawl.

Planning Commission News
The city of Senoia will take the first step next week in deciding whether a new upscale subdivision will become part of the city's landscape.

County's unemployment rate rise attributed to pilots' strike
Coweta County's unemployment rate jumped a full point from 3.5 percent to 4.5 percent last month, but State Labor Commissioner Marti Fullerton knows the reason why.

Coweta Briefs
Insurance broker Dennis Hill and Newnan Utilities executive Jeff Strane have been appointed to the board of trustees of Peachtree Regional hospital, joining Dr. Mirza Kajani, who was appointed to the board earlier this year.


Education Matters
By Coweta County Supt.of Education Richard Brooks

Fludd not 'tax-and-spend' liberal
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