The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, November 13, 1998


No more apartments?
They want to say "this is it" to apartment-building in Peachtree City, but legally the door must be open a tiny crack, according to City Attorney Rick Lindsey.

Tyrone still uncertain on buying school's sewer plant
A surprise discussion of the town's efforts in obtaining a sewerage system for two large developments at last Thursday night's meeting left many Tyrone residents wondering what direction the city was heading.

PTC planners OK Welsh-themed Planterra project
A bit of Wales may come to Peachtree City in the form of a small subdivision called "Cardiff Park" on the west side.

Dirt being moved for 2 restaurants, office products store, more retail in PTC
Site preparation work has begun at Ga. Highways 54 and 74 in Peachtree City for a commercial complex that will include a 20,000-square foot office products store, another 10,000 square feet of retail stores, and at least two restaurants, Chili's and On The Border.

PTC pilot contests speeding ticket, gets jail time
William Alan Henry of Peachtree City has served 48 hours jail time for a speeding violation after having used "bad judgment" in deciding to represent himself in his trial before Fayette State Court Judge Fletcher Sams, according to Henry's attorney, James E. Bischoff.

PTC, Newnan homes to be featured on 10th Annual Tinsel Trail Tour
The 10th annual Tinsel Trail a tour of local homes decorated for the holidays is set for Saturday, Dec. 5, from 2-7 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 6, from 1-6 p.m. It is sponsored by the New Neighbors League Club of Peachtree City, which donates a portion of the proceeds to charitable causes.

Commission strips board's power
Much to the chagrin of the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Coweta County Board of Commissioners decided Tuesday afternoon to strip away some of the board's power.

Water woes continue for county's private users
For the second time in two months, the Coweta County Board of Commissioners listened to another tale of water woes for some of the county's residents.

Coweta road projects are endangered by environmental lawsuit
Tuesday may go down in environmental history as the day the battle for clean air shifted to the court room.

New subdivision passes first hurdle
Senoia's Planning Commission took the first steps last week in ushering into the city one of the area's most upscale subdivision.

Coweta in Brief

Holiday fun set for Senoia
It's starting to look a lot like Christmas and Monday's activities at the Senoia United Methodist Church should really get you in the mood.