The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, November 27, 1998


Sandy Creek sewer field to be fenced
Plans are in place to erect a fence around the Fayette County School System's sewer facility serving the Sandy Creek school complex following a state advisory that warns against letting students jog in the facility's spray field.

Upscale shopping center coming to PTC?
Holding out for years for the right kind of development at Ga. Highway 54 and Walt Banks Road may have paid off for Peachtree City officials in the form of an upscale, old-town-square shopping area proposed for the site.

PTC's worst corner?
Surprise, surprise - the intersection of Ga. Highways 54 and 74 in Peachtree City takes the prize for the most traffic accidents so far in 1998.

Got extra space on your Christmas list? Remember area's wildlife center
Call this a letter to Santa Claus or just a crass reminder that end-of-year
tax advantages may be gained by making contributions to charitable

Housing code comments sought by PTC planners
The southside of Atlanta's first ozone monitoring station will be in Coweta County.

Air quality station set for Coweta
The southside of Atlanta's first ozone monitoring station will be in Coweta County.

City gets ready for makeover
Main Street Director Sue Beard believes the revamping of Newnan's historic square and central business district will provide a boon to the area's retailers and make the square even more of a tourist attraction.

Second Chance Wildlife Center hopes holiday will bring donations
Mary Ann Wooters woke up one morning recently and, before she even rolled out of bed, thought, "I have been doing this for 3,050 days now - seven days a week and holidays."

More retail could be headed for Hwy. 34
Within the next two months, residents in eastern Coweta County should know
whether the commercialization of Ga. Highway 34 will continue.

Senoia readies city for holidays
Two growing holiday traditions will kick off the holiday season next week in Senoia.

The Week ahead in High School Sports


Indoor soccer referees are needed

Playoff loss to Bears spells end for Indians
From the way the game began, it appeared the East Coweta Indians were going to cruise last Friday night.

Golfers win first tournament ever, boys hoops win, Lady Lakers split
For the third time this season, a Clayton State golfer has eclipsed the old record of a three under par set last year.