The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, April 9, 1999


Falcon Field's profit picture improving
Business is picking up at Falcon Field, but there are still strides to be made toward profitability, according to members of the Airport Authority.

Church, school expansion plans head planning group's agenda
Expansion at a local church and at McIntosh High School are the main topics of a fairly light agenda for Monday night's regular monthly meeting of the Peachtree City Planning Commission.

Peachtree City laws soon to be more easily available to residents
It's about to become much easier for residents to familiarize themselves with the ordinances of Peachtree City.

Industry reps say new warning system may ease residents' woes
New technology may be one answer to Peachtree City residents' fears about chlorine gas from nearby industry Photocircuits.

Virginia fugitive nabbed in Peachtree City
A man wanted in Virginia was arrested in Peachtree City last week after a tip from authorities there led local police to his location.

Senoia to hook onto PTC sewer?
Water and sewer officials will find out next Thursday how members of the City Council of Peachtree City feel about a proposal to extend sewer service into Coweta County.


Impact fees
In light of a staggering growth rate that is threatening to overwhelm its infrastructure, the Coweta County Board of Commissioners decided Tuesday to look at implementing impact fees on new development.

Zoning ordinances for Senoia
Curious Senoia residents should know by the end of the month what the city's new zoning ordinances will look like.

Torn up roads
All Bob Brown wants is an end to the thundering herd of trucks lumbering down the small roads of Sharpsburg.

Part-time city manager may be on the way
Mayor Joan Trammell told the city council Monday night that she sees the need for at least a part-time city manager fairly quickly.

News from the Commissioners
The fixing of Lower Fayetteville Road moved a little closer to fruition Tuesday, but the Coweta County Commission sent a message back to the city of Newnan.