road to Wynnmeade off MacDuff to help traffic; two Summit buildings OK'd
Peachtree City Council has agreed to allow Summit Apartments to open
two more of its buildings off MacDuff Parkway despite the mounting traffic
problems caused by delays in relocating a traffic signal at MacDuff
and Ga. Highway 54 West.
The headline to
an article in Wednesday's edition of The Citizen about traffic projects
near Ga. Highways 54 and 74 incorrectly implied that the Peachtree City
Council officially approved the construction of an eastbound turn lane
for Hwy. 54 at Huddleston Road.
moratorium lifted for 80-acre tract off MacDuff
City's annexation moratorium has been lifted to discuss a request to
annex 80 acres of a planned subdivision north of the existing Wynnmeade
subdivision and west of MacDuff Parkway.
trouble stalls some departures at Falcon Field
though Atlanta's new air traffic control facility is just over a mile
away, planes departing Falcon Field sometimes have trouble transmitting
to air traffic controllers based there.
seeks dismissal of federal lawsuit alleging illegal entry by police officers
handling the federal lawsuit filed by a Peachtree City family against
the city and three police officers recently said it is unlikely the
case will be settled.
student is Fayette system's first Presidential Scholar
Mill High School senior Chad Troop is surprised, and why not? He's been
named one of 140 Presidential Scholars out of 2.8 million students nationwide.
Council's help sought for high-rent senior apartments
private developer is seeking help from the Peachtree City Council in
establishing a high-income apartment complex for seniors.
culprit of debris left at PTC facilities
passes for good clean fun for local high school students has forced
extra cleanup work on city employees at the Kedron boat docks off Peachtree
Parkway and the Meade girls softball parking lot in the past week.
students form council for a day
at Booth Middle School got a taste of what it is like to be an elected
official as they officiated a mock session of the Peachtree City Council.
get a taste of Hawaii
students at Peachtree City Elementary School recently took a trip to
Hawaii where they enjoyed customary food, dance and arts and crafts.
celebrates new playground with ribbon cutting ceremony
to the help of parents and Sen. Greg Hecht, students at Tyrone Elementary
School now have a new playground to enjoy.
ponders school budget
County school board officials are expected to approve a tentative $112
million general fund budget Saturday morning.
head to the future
at Coweta County's three public high schools will flip their tassels
this weekend and start on their journey in life.
gets ready to impose moratorium
city of Senoia took the first step Monday night toward imposing a 90-day
moratorium on new zoning requests.
accepts water grant
took another step Monday toward opening its water plant.
Fitzpatrick is helping protect kids
than 2,100 children are reported missing each day.
tournament to be held at Tennis Center
Peachtree City Tennis Center will present the 2001 Peach State Junior
Tennis Classic this weekend, running through Monday.
offer soccer camp to benefit research hospital
U-14 girls Georgia state champions, the 87 Lazers White from Peachtree
City, will travel to Memphis, Tenn. in June for the Region III Soccer
Tournament. Along with lots of extra practice and training sessions,
the girls are also spending time raising money for the nationally recognized
Memphis charity, St. Jude Hospital.
Eddy Couch wanted was to grow old in Senoia; an unwanted war killed that
It is highly unlikely
that Eddy Couch ever thought of not serving his country. After all,
Eddy's older brother, Barry, was already a soldier and his dad, Vance,
had been a medic with the United States Army in the violent Pacific
Theater during World War II.
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