The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, May 28, 1999


Peachtree City improves technology for employees, residents
Much of your day-to-day life may not have been much different from today. Most common machines, such as automobiles and appliances, have not changed drastically in that time.

Line Creek Pkwy. outparcels discussed
As work has begun on the proposed Line Creek Parkway, the issue of what will be developed around it is still under discussion.

Solids may be recycled
The sewage being produced by the residents and businesses of Peachtree City may soon be recycled in a more useful and environmentally sound way.

Peach State tournament
Summertime at the Peachtree City Tennis Center officially gets underway this weekend, with the help of some of the top junior players in the United States.

City Council, others brainstorm about Walt Banks corner
A "village" concept might work for the much-discussed 73-acre property at the corner of Ga. Highway 54 and Walt Banks Road, participants in a brainstorming session agreed Wednesday.

WASA expansion
Plans for handling the remaining growth in Peachtree City over the next few years are being addressed by the Water and Sewerage Authority, with the latest recommendations coming at Saturday's annual retreat.

City plans Memorial Day parade, ceremony
The public is invited to participate in a Memorial Day ceremony and golf cart parade beginning Monday, May 31, at 7:30 a.m.

Student government day
A Peachtree City Council composed of fresh young faces from McIntosh High School took over management of the city last Thursday for student government day, an annual event that gives seniors an inside look at municipal government.

New club for youth in Fayette County
Does anyone remember the AfterDeck, the teen club that is now the location of the Y Knot Sorts Bar?

Starr's Mill leaps to AAAA; McIntosh slips to AAA
Athletic boosters at Starr's Mill High School knew that their sports teams would make the climb from Class AAA to Class AAAA some time after the turn of the century, but they did not expect the change to come so soon.

Column by Father David Epps
Lost: one wallet, $1,000, credit cards; found: one teenager with integrity
I was tired last Friday after spending a frenzied three days in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.

June 7 could be Decision Day for Senoia
It now appears Senoia residents will have an answer to the city's ongoing question of sewering the town June 7.

Board was ready for court ruling
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling this week is sending shock waves through school boards throughout the state, but Coweta County superintendent of education Richard Brooks said the county is well prepared to deal with any problems.

Coweta's clerk wins state clerk of the year
Coweta County clerk Roxie Clark was named Clerk of the Year by the Association of County Clerks of Georgia during the Association of County Commissioners of Georgia's annual meeting at Jekyll Island.

Class of 1999
A list of the graduates.

Psychologist: Kids today have greater access to information
Joyce Divinyi, a Peachtree City-based psychotherapist who combines humor with sound advice for parents and teachers, mesmerized an audience of about 75 at Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church last weekend.

Coweta well represented at GOP Convention
Coweta County was well represented at the 1999 Georgia Republican Convention last weekend in Augusta. Twenty-seven Coweta delegates joined more than 2,000 Georgia delegates, alternates and guests at the "Vision 2000" State Convention.

Tech teacher named Teacher of the Year
It's not uncommon for students of Pam Brown to see their teacher's car parked at Central Middle School on Saturdays and Sundays.

Graduation day at East Coweta
Nearly 374 students will march into the future as East Coweta's last graduating class of the '90s turns its tassels Saturday.

Libertarians starting party in Coweta
Newnan's Robert Caudle has decided it's time to bring his message to the masses.


Homestand for professional soccer teams over holiday weekend
Atlanta's two professional soccer teams, the Classics and the Silverbacks, will be playing at home this holiday weekend.
Newnan's Hembree selected as All Star
The most prolific goal scorer in Newnan High School girls soccer team history, Karen Hembree, has been selected to the Georgia Athletic Coaches' Association Senior Women's All Star team.

Optimist Club of PTC to host golf tournament for children
Do you know the next Tiger Woods or Se Ri Pak? If so, you might want to tell them about an upcoming tournament for juniors.