The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, January 8, 1999


PTC to be Dixie Wing's headquarters?
Will the Dixie Wing of the Confederate Air Force find a home at Falcon Field?

Sewer chief wants limits on visits by PTC activist
Any citizen is welcome to tour Peachtree City's sewerage facilities but "must be accompanied," Larry Turner told the Water and Sewer Authority Monday.

South African couple, rich in heritage, eager now for American citizenship
Wickus DeKock came to Peachtree City from South Africa three years ago with a mission: United States citizenship.

'99 to bring 2 retail centers, 3 restaurants, 335 homes, 399 apartments to PTC
At least three new restaurants, several hundred new single-family homes and around 20 locations available for businesses and industries are on tap for Peachtree City in 1999.

Arrested man suspect in more PTC burglaries
More burglaries may be laid at the feet of a College Park man being held in the Fayette County jail, says Peachtree City Police Chief James Murray.

Code enforcement for older homes on agenda
Discussion will continue Monday night on proposed housing codes for Peachtree City's increasing problems with older houses and commercial structures.

Area churches gather momentum for 'Jesus' video mailing
The Jesus Video Project is actively working to accomplish its goal of making sure every home in Georgia receives a copy of the "Jesus" video.

Record budget gets commission's O.K.
Taxpayers are breathing easier this week after the Coweta County Board of Commissioners passed the 1999 budget without a tax increase.

Busy road to be restriped
In the spirit of cooperation, Coweta County and the city of Newnan have agreed to work together to restripe and make Lower Fayetteville Road a safer street for all the county's residents.

Senoia gets wired to the Web
The historic east Coweta County town of Senoia has merged into traffic on the information superhighway.

Huge growth rate kept county officials jumping last year
Anybody who's driven Ga. Highway 34 at 5 p.m. on a workday knows what Coweta County's big issue was in 1998 explosive growth.

Coweta Briefs

Education Matters
By Coweta County Supt.of Education Richard Brooks



Injuries and illness take their toll, Chiefs lose first county dual meet
The McIntosh Chiefs had never lost the county duals meet. Five days into 1999 and everything has changed.

Sports Calendar

Indians the only local loss on Tuesday