The Fayette Citizen-Special Sections
Friday, December 17, 1999


Police station site plan approved

The new headquarters for the Peachtree City Police Department will undergo the same given every other new building in the city, beginning with its recent scrutiny conceptual site plan approval by the Planning Commission.

City discusses legal appointments

Due to a late change in the agenda, the City Council of Peachtree City was scheduled to discuss its various judicial appointments at Thursday night's meeting.

Concert schedule being worked out

The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater announced tentative dates for its 2000 summer concerts at Monday night's meeting of the Development Authority of Peachtree City.

Teen sex incident leads to arrests

A teenage sexual encounter in a parked car in Peachtree City last week has led to three arrests on statutory rape, indecency and underage alcohol charges.

Shoplifting suspects nabbed at Kroger
A late-night trip to a local grocery store led to the arrest of four people on a variety of charges that originated with a carton of cigarettes.

Line Creek Pkwy. variance denied

Line Creek Parkway will be built according to city standards, despite a request by the builder to deviate from the norm just a bit.

Work may soon begin on Dogwood Trail

The long debate over paving Dogwood Trail near an industrial site in Tyrone got a kick-start during Wednesday night's council meeting.

Beautification committee meets Monday

The next regular meeting of the Beautification Committee will be Monday, Dec. 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the Peachtree City Library.

21st Century Coweta's budget boosted

There's nothing like funding of the economic development agency 21st Century Coweta to create an old-fashioned rhubarb at the Coweta County Commission chambers.

County deals for water from Griffin

Coweta County will enter into a contract with the city of Griffin to help quench the growing county's appetite for water.

Solicitor calls for computer system

State court solicitor Robert Stokely made an impassioned plea Tuesday afternoon for the Coweta County Commission to increase his proposed budget for next year.

Tag check system still in dispute

With just two weeks to go until the new year, it's still unclear how license tag checks will be run in Senoia and Grantville.

Murder-for-hire case set for Jan. specical grand jury
The case of a Coweta County woman who allegedly plotted to kill her husband is now headed for the Fayette County Grand Jury.

Rep. Collins visits Yamaha plant

U.S. Rep. Mac Collins visited the Yamaha factory in Newnan Monday and spoke with factory workers and management about jobs and American content at the state-of-the-art factory.

Teen Extreme spring schedule set

Spring dates for the Teen Extreme Times field trips were announced earlier this week, and deadline to register for the January and February excursions is fast approaching.


Chiefs to hold holiday tournament

There will be 37 wrestling teams at McIntosh High School next Tuesday and Wednesday for the annual McIntosh Christmas Classic. The teams are of top caliber, featuring the highest ranked teams and wrestlers in the state and region

Teams focus on big matches over their holiday vacation

Student athletes at all of the local high schools have faced possibly their toughest competition of the young season this week: finals. Their weekend matches will most likely be less daunting, but no less interesting.


More about wives' unanswerable questions: Practice, practice practice – and still fail

My wife and I had just attended the funeral of someone we had known for years. The person died unexpectedly and, when something like that happens, the people left behind often begin to ponder the great questions of life.