The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, August 6, 1999


Home Depot site plan delayed

A conceptual site plan review for what would be the largest retail establishment in Peachtree City has been put on hold for at least two weeks.

City ordinances on the Internet

Peachtree City's massive collection of codes and ordinances is now as close as your personal computer and Internet hookup.

WASA looking at budget increase

The Peachtree City Water and Sewer Authority expects to adopt a budget of slightly more than $2.5 million for the 2000 fiscal year when it convenes in September.

Teen dies in one car wreck
A McIntosh High School student was killed last weekend in a one-car accident in Meriwether County.
Auto wreck brings marijuana charge
A man appeared in Peachtree City Municipal Court last week to face charges stemming from an auto accident that wasn't even his fault.
Inman church hosts revival
The Inman United Methodist Church invites the community to a series of old fashioned revival services at the historic Minter farm on Hills Bridge Road. Services will be Sunday, Aug. 8, through Tuesday, Aug. 10 at 7 p.m.
Theft cases result in jail time
A shoplifting incident in Peachtree City led to a guilty verdict in Fayette County State Court earlier this week.
Police Blotter

Bonds away:
County gets into recruitment biz with purchase of industrial park
Reluctantly, city agrees to pay mediation costs
The annexation dispute between the city of Senoia and Coweta County grew a little more heated this week as the bill came due for the first round of mediation.
Coweta jumps on the information superhighway
Coweta County has jumped on board the information superhighway.

City agrees to pay dues to planning agency

After a month of research, the Senoia City Council decided Monday night to pay the city's yearly dues to the Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center.

Jesus video coming to Coweta

“Jesus” is coming to a mailbox near you in October.
Bike paths coming to the county
Georgia transportation Commissioner Wayne Shackleford recently announced approval of federal funding for construction of the Coweta County bicycle route network.

Ruth Hill teacher is a state finanlist for excellence in math and science

Ruth Hill Elemetnary School teacher Sheila Chapman has been selected as a state finalist for the National Science Foundation's Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching Program.

Newnan federal building renamed for Judge Morgan

President Clinton recently signed a law that renames the Newnan federal building the “Lewis R. Morgan United States Courthouse and Federal Building.”

Elementary principal named to Governor's Leadership Institute

Marie Estep, principal of Western Elementary School, has been named a participant in the Governor's School Leadership Institute.


Even as the bullets slammed into the officer, there was peace...
Guest Columnist

Michael Weinman had high hopes when he left the United States Air Force after seven years of service to his country. For most of those seven years he had served in the military police, so it came as no surprise when the young veteran joined the police department in Columbus, Ohio.