The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, March 5, 1999


Oil recycler plans to relocate to PTC
Universal Refining L.L.C., a Fairburn environmental company specializing in recycling used oil and cleaning up oil spills, plans to relocate its south Fulton facilities to Peachtree City, on the site of the former Georgia-Pacific resins plant on Dividend Drive.

Task force eyes land use plan change for Hwy. 54-Banks
Members of a task force appointed to develop a "master plan" for property at Walt Banks Road and Ga. Highway 54 in Peachtree City have decided that the comprehensive Land Use Plan is worth another look, but there are reservations about whether property owners will be willing to delay sales of parcels until a plan can be proposed.

Airport Authority hears competition complaint
The Peachtree City Airport Authority acted Wednesday to set fees for commercial enterprises that use the airport, but some independent aircraft repair facilities have asked for a hearing on "competition" from the authority's fixed-base operations (FBO) maintenance service.

Wiemann brothers have no trouble mixing soccer with love of music
Brandon and Drew Wiemann have no confusion at all over playing the violin and playing on soccer teams.

Rest easy, your sewers are being cleaned
Sewer cleaning in Peachtree City is turning up all sorts of problems, according to a report Monday to the Water and Sewer Authority (WASA).

PTC planners to discuss annexations, rezonings Mon.
The Peachtree City Planning Commission has a packed agenda, including annexations and zonings of properties bordering Tyrone, for the regular meeting Monday March 8 at 7 p.m. at City Hall.

Police charge woman, 41, with forgery
Peachtree City Police have charged a 41-year-old woman with first-degree forgery and five counts of obtaining dangerous drugs by fraudulent means, reports show.

Nelms Denial
Coweta County Commission chairman Lawrence Nelms flatly denied Tuesday the commission was trying to eliminate 21st Century Coweta.

Gas deregulation problems
A glitch in computer equipment will cause at least 4,500 natural gas customers in Fayette and Coweta counties to pay higher gas rates for another month.

Chamber news
With controversy swirling over the best way to lure industrial growth, the Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce has decided to enter the fray.

New policemen coming to Senoia
Senoia should be a little safer, thanks to a recent federal grant.

Planning commission details
After more than a month of poring through the city's land use ordinances and maps, Senoia's planning commission will hold a public hearing Monday night to reveal their plans for the city's future growth.

Water problems
Despite having to post a warning letter about the quality of the city's water, Senoia public works director Leonard Thompson said the city's water is fine.

Girl Scout cookies
Were you one of the residents that did not have the opportunity to order Girls Scout cookies when the girls were out in force in January?


News Stories from Wednesday's Edition


Follow the action at Cougar Classic
The Cougar Soccer Classic continues today and tomorrow at Newnan High School and the Whitlock Soccer Park across the street.

Raiders hand Lady Cougars first loss
The Redan Lady Raiders were simply too much for Newnan last Thursday night, as they outlasted the Lady Cougars 6-4 in a goalfest.

AMS to host weekend of racing
Atlanta Motor Speedway is set to host the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 500 the weekend of Mar. 12-14.

Starr's Mill girls defeat another top team
The only way to test a team is to have them play against the toughest competition.

Panther Tennis opens season 1-0
The Starr's Mill Panthers opened the 1999 Tennis season with a bang. The boys defeated Forest Park, 5-0. Dane Davenport ousted Ronnie Samm 8-0 in the first of the boys eight game pro sets.

Tennis courts are setting for battle between high schools this weekend
The Peachtree City Tennis Center will host the Third Annual Peachtree City Invitational this Friday and Saturday.

Feel the need for speed?
You can drive the track at Atlanta Motor Speedway this Saturday!