The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, November 6, 1998


Wells, Dunn seek co. rezoning halt until new board convenes in Jan.
Fayette commissioners-elect Linda Wells and Greg Dunn are wasting no time getting involved in county business.

MHS Chiefs, FCHS Tigers battle tonight to crown co. champion
Though the context surrounding it isn't exactly what the McIntosh Chiefs or the Fayette County Tigers had hoped for, the biggest game of the year is upon Fayette County yet again.

GOP wins big in local races, loses senate seat
Despite active involvement by Democrats in Fayette's local election this year, Republicans sailed into four county positions Tuesday with around 70 percent of the vote in each race.

Tyrone chooses to keep current form of gov't
By a narrow margin of 60 votes, Tyrone residents decided Tuesday to retain the current mayor-council form of government.

Woman escapes kidnappers; 2 of 3 suspects arrested
A 17-year-old Peachtree City woman escaped from three Doraville men who allegedly forced her into a pickup truck early Wednesday on Ga. Highway 74 south, police reports show.

PTC authority hikes sewer fees for industry, commercial users, lowers residential fees
Initial fees charged to commercial, residential and industrial water users in Peachtree City have been changed to cover costs and to bring the fee structure "on an average" with metro municipalities, according to Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) manager Larry Turner.

Fires destroys Tyrone home; residents safe
Two residents of a rented home on Castlewood Road in Tyrone were able to escape before fire destroyed their home early Wednesday, according to reports from the Fayette County Department of Fire and Emergency Services.

PTC to pay $41,500 EPD fine
Peachtree City will pay $41,500 for sewage spills into Line creek this summer, but at least one member of the Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) advocates paying the fine under protest.

County pursues bike path grant
Imagine cruising through the gloriously wooded areas of Coweta County on your bike and not worrying about a car running you off the road.

Adcock resigns; mayor and council praise his service
The city of Senoia will make its decisions for the rest of the year missing one councilperson.

It's that time again: Santa comes to Sharpsburg
This weekend's first taste of the winter chill should put shoppers and residents in the holiday mood for the 14th annual Christmas Open House in old town Sharpsburg.

Saturday's NetFest gives preview of high-speed Internet services
Residents interested in high-speed Internet access will get an up-close and personal look Saturday at Community NetFest '98.

City studies blueprint to plan Senoia's future
A new study commissioned by the city of Senoia shows that many of the residents are happy with the quality of life in the small town, but realize the town has a ways to go before it's the ideal small town.

Reader says northern residents need to be included in survey
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