The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, April 2, 1999


New $175,000 vacuum truck added to PTC's maintenance equipment
It's a dirty job, and now nobody's got to do it. Climbing into manholes on a regular basis could be a thing of the past for employees of the Peachtree City Water and Sewerage Authority, now that an important piece of equipment has been added to its maintenance arsenal.

Murder in N. Fayette?
An unidentified black man found Wednesday night in a burning sports utility vehicle in north Fayette County is being treated by investigators as a homicide, Maj. Bruce Jordan of the Fayette County Sheriff's Department said Thursday.

Coweta County may go to block scheduling for middle schools in fall of '99
Coweta's middle school students could see a new schedule next year, if the Coweta County Board of Education gives its approval to a new system.

Kelly Drive is closed after water main break
Busy Kelly Drive between the industrial park and Ga. Highway 74 South has been closed for repairs after a broken water main washed out part of the roadway Tuesday, Betsy Tyler, information officer for Peachtree City, said Thursday afternoon.

Falcon field restaurant considered
Plans for a possible restaurant at Falcon Field in Peachtree City will be among the items scheduled to be discussed at next Wednesday's regular monthly meeting of the city's Airport Authority.

Police investigate PTC robbery
Peachtree City police are investigating a robbery that took place at a local store last weekend. According to reports, the incident occurred Saturday at approximately 6:10 p.m. at Canterbury's Gift Shop in the Kedron Village shopping center.

Traffic estimates for proposed "mini-Mews" at Walt Banks/Hwy. 54 are lower than expected
Information refuting the last traffic estimates for a "mini-Mews" proposal at Ga. Highway 54 and Walt Banks Road is flowing to task force members working on uses for the corner, though the group will not meet again until April 20.

Photocircuits, Walt Banks committees reschedule meetings for next week
A pair of local committees have made schedule changes involving next week's meetings.

Mayor disputes allegations of improper truck purchases
Senoia mayor Joan Trammell is angrily denying charges that her administration acted improperly last month when it agreed to purchase two trucks for the city.

Petting zoo may be out of business
All Senoia's Sandy Hurlbutt wanted to do was provide an educational opportunity for students in Coweta and Fayette counties.

Block scheduling for middle school students may occur next year
Coweta's middle school students could see a new schedule next year, if the Coweta County Board of Education gives its approval to a new system.

Commission looks to resurface Lower Fayetteville Road
In one of its most ambitious agendas in several months, the Coweta County Board of Commissioners is scheduled to discuss 44 items at its Tuesday meeting.

Charter school on the horizon for Coweta?
Coweta County could see its first charter school in just over a year when the Central Technical School opens its doors.

Letter from a Reader
As I prepare to move out of Coweta County, I feel compelled to write and express thoughts I have long suppressed because I did not want to be harassed by our local politicians over criticizing their outrageous behavior.


'Click'-ing well on all levels
Recently in a Georgia Independent School Association athletic meeting, Senior post player Amanda Click was chosen to a fifteen player All-State roster and selected to the North All-Star team.

The intense McIntosh-Fayette County rivalry continues
Just like the NCAA Championship the night before, the matches on Tuesday night between McIntosh and Fayette county's soccer teams lived up to the hype.

Athletic events this weekend
Spring break starts this afternoon but there's stiil some high school, athletics for you to catch before the week long hiatus.

PTC boy swims for records
Some people just take to water and are perfectly happy swimming almost everyday.