The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, December 4, 1998


On-again, off-again wetlands mitigation project
A decision to abandon wetlands reclamation behind Stratford Court at the Flat Creek Golf Course reversed since the last Peachtree City Planning Commission meeting Nov. 23 apparently will stand.

Firefighters to collect cans of food for needy
Peachtree City volunteer firefighters plan to collect over 1,000 cans of food for the needy on their sixth annual "Santa Run" for the next two weekends, says Steve Fodor.

PTC's NCR plant helps fund diversity scholarships
NCR Company, including its Peachtree City repair and parts distribution facility, has "embraced diversity and found value in it" through a system of ethnic business resource groups.

There's a bill collector behind that smile, pleasant greeting
Her smile and her manner are cheerful and helpful, but beneath the sweet exterior of Cheryl Burchfield beats the heart of a bill collector and Peachtree City loves her for it.

Starr's Mill H.S. choruses set Christmas concert for Dec. 10
The Starr's Mill High School Choruses will present their annual Holiday Concert on Thursday evening, Dec. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in Willie Duke Auditorium at the South Complex.

News Briefs

Chamber gets tough on air quality
Coweta County's business leaders are getting ready to take a serious look at the county's air quality and transportation issues before the region's bad air problem totally strangulates the county's explosive growth.

Budget calls for no tax increase in '99
Coweta residents may get an early Christmas present as county officials start evaluating next year's budget.

Spray fields may soon be in the county's future
The Coweta County Commission started the process Tuesday in allowing privately-owned spray irrigation systems in the county.

Planning commission sees the light at the end of the tunnel
Within the next 60 days, Senoia residents should be able to see what the city's Planning Commission has worked on for the last year.

Tree of Love lights up on Monday
Five top community choruses, singing the season's most joyous carols, plus a solo soprano, will be the prelude to the spectacular lighting of a 40-foot Christmas tree at 7 p.m. Monday night at Peachtree Regional Hospital.

Southern Mills wins environmental award
Southern Mills, which has two plants in Senoia, was recently honored by the EPA as a WasteWise Partner of the Year for Mid-Size Corporations at the 1998 WasteWise awards ceremony in Washington, D.C.

Coweta Brief

All-Star Game coming to Atlanta
Major League Baseball awarded Atlanta the All-Star game in the year 2000, making Atlanta the only city to host both an NFL Championship game and All-Star game in the same year.

Indians open season with wins
The East Coweta boys and girls basketball teams are off to a good start.

Lakers open season 6-0 for first time ever
There are days when you are on and then there are days when you are ON !

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