The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, November 20, 1998


Tyrone-school sewer deal off
A major stumbling block now stands in the town of Tyrone's way to have a major office park built in the city limits.

Senoia eyes PTC sewer option
The city of Senoia moved a step closer Monday night to determining the best way of handling the city's sewerage problem.

PTC's Falcon Field gears up to be 'maintenance mecca'
Already a popular general aviation airport in the southeast, Peachtree City's Falcon Field is gearing up to be a maintenance mecca for U.S., foreign and "homemade" smaller aircraft.

Waiting list for amphitheater tickets already at 285 names
The waiting list for season tickets for Brown Amphitheater's 1999 season already stretches 285 names long, Director Kristi Rapson told the Peachtree City Development Authority Monday night.

The man with 32,000 bosses
Randy Gaddo's years as a team player, on a Wisconsin dairy farm and in the U.S. Marine Corps, serve him well now that he's the leader of the team.

Camouflage fails to hide suspects in burglary attempt at PTC's A&P Market
Four teenagers, one of whom hid inside a Peachtree City grocery after hours, were arrested and charged with burglary last week, according to Police Chief Jim Murray.

More offices headed for Hwy. 34
Work will begin soon to build a shopping center with four restaurants behind Publix at Fayette Pavilion now that Fayetteville City Council has cleared the way.

City ponders sewer options
The city of Senoia moved a step closer Monday night to determining the best way of handling the city's sewerage problem.

Mayor, resident clash over water
A long-simmering feud over the issue of water in the Cumberland subdivision in Senoia boiled over at Monday night's Senoia City Council meeting.

Indians to tackle Bears in first round of state playoffs
The excitement is at a fever pitch for all of East Coweta High School because the playoffs have finally begun. This Friday night, Garland Shoemake Stadium at East Coweta High School will host the first round playoff battle between the East Coweta Indians and the Houston County Bears.

Peachtree City's annual Tinsel Trail tour set to include Newnan home
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.

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