OKs Home Depot/Wal-Mart deal
and Peachtree City Mayor Bob Lenox signed a development agreement yesterday
allowing for construction of the planned Wal-Mart and Home Depot stores
on Ga. Highway 54 west across from the Planterra Ridge subdivision.
carjack suspect nabbed
A Jonesboro woman
leaped to safety from a moving vehicle after she was carjacked early
Sunday morning at the Wal-Mart at Fayette Pavilion, police said.
fall kills water tank worker
A construction worker
fell over 100 feet to his death Monday morning at the site of Fayette
County's newest water tower.
Fulton power plant neighbors get organized
Residents in Fayette
and south Fulton counties have joined forces to try and convince Williams
Corporation to locate a proposed Fulton Energy Center somewhere else.
disputes wetlands violation charge
Manager Barry Amos said his town's environmental record can be matched
up against any entity in the county.
equity dispute heads to court Friday
County's motion to dismiss a request for mandatory mediation of its
tax equity dispute with local cities is scheduled to be heard in Superior
appeals local court's commercial rezoning order to Ga. Supreme Court
Tyrone Town Council is appealing a court order that would force it to
rezone more than 74 acres bordering Ga. Highway 74 and Tyrone Road for
unrestricted commercial use.
Council OKs office rezoning, turns down request to subdivide lot
Peachtree City Council has approved the rezoning of a three-acre tract
on Ga. Highway 74 north near McWilliams Drive for office institutional
panel OKs two-acre zoning on New Hope Road
Sarah Banister asked the Fayette County Commission to approve one-acre
subdivision zoning for her 42.3 acres on New Hope Road near Kite Lake
Road last December, the county Planning and Zoning Commission recommended
two-acre zoning instead.
dream realized; garden railroad on display
City Councilman Glenn Brewer never had an electric train as a child
the family couldn't afford it.
railroad on display Sunday
If you want to get
a look at Glenn Brewer's large scale garden railroad, you'll have a
rare chance this Sunday.
upgrade set July 29 for first 8,000 here
Fayette cable TV customers will have enhanced service available to them
starting July 29.
will get third Kroger at former Harris Teeter site
former Harris Teeter grocery store in Peachtree City will indeed become
lunches available to more parents
for school lunches is going to get easier this year for students at
11 of Fayette's public schools.
Elementary is first school in Fayette to have a mobile computer lab
it is time for students at Braelinn Elementary School to do their computer
assignments, they do not have to go to a lab anymore, the lab comes
hopes to replace Warr
Fayette County Board
of Education hopes to name a new principal for Sandy Creek High School
in a special called meeting Friday at 8 a.m.
officers now on summer patrol at Fayette Pavillion
resource officers from the Fayette County Sheriff's Department are now
patrolling the Fayette Pavillion since school is out of session.
students meet Germany's chancellor
Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder had just put in a typical day's
work: wrestling with shifting political coalitions, preparing for upcoming
summit meetings in Goteborg, and generally attending to the business
of running a nation
Walk getting organized
Organizers of the
annual Alzheimer's Memory Walk will have a kickoff party for team captains
wins in national VICA contest
Bruce of Peachtree City won third place recently in the National VICA
Skills USA competition in Kansas City, Mo.
wins in national VICA contest
Public Service Commission has unanimously approved the agreement between
BellSouth and AT&T that will save Georgia consumers and businesses
$19 million a year in long distance charges.
time to order seedlings from the Georgia Forestry Commission for planting
this fall and winter.
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