subdivision plans unveiled
for a 107-home subdivision in Peachtree City north of Wynnmeade have
been sent back to the drawing board.
entrance to get makeover
jams at Booth Middle School will likely be much smoother this year.
effects of sewer system expansion to be mitigated
Peachtree City's sewage treatment capacity by two million gallons a
day is expected to have some minor effects on the environment.
who crashed car into tree was racing, police say
have filed several charges against a Fayetteville teen stemming from
a recent automobile wreck on Northlake Drive in Peachtree City.
hike near $1 million
City's proposed 2002 operating budget represents a $905,000 hike from
this year's budget.
signs development agreement with city for store
officials have signed the development agreement that paves the way for
a Wal-Mart Superstore in Peachtree City off Ga. Highway 54 west.
softball field gets Planning Commission OK
Plans to build a
softball field at McIntosh High School were among several items approved
by the Peachtree City Planning Commission at its regular meeting Monday
Neighbors League sets Amnesty Day
The New Neighbors
League Club of Peachtree City has announced this year's Amnesty Day,
scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 2, at 9:30 a.m. at the fellowship hall
of First Baptist Church at 308 Willowbend Road.
vote is set for Sept.18
County's governments are ready for the fall special purpose local option
sales tax vote.
highway probably won't be widened until 2010
commuters learned Tuesday night that the four-laning of Ga. Highway
34 from Thomas Crossroads to Peachtree City is probably not going to
occur until 2010.
Kids Day is approaching
all over the country, including the Newnan/Coweta Boys & Girls Club,
will celebrate the inaugural National KidsDay Sunday, Aug. 5.
shot required for incoming sixth-graders
year, for the first time, Georgia children attending day care or registering
in Georgia schools for the first time had to show proof that they have
been immunized against chickenpox, also known as varicella.
class registration is August 1
who wish to register for evening classes at the Coweta County Evening
High School may do so Aug. 1 and 2.
member selected as state school board treasurer
County Board of Education member D. Smith Pass was elected June 22 to
serve as the Georgia School Board Association's treasurer, a three-year
swimmers win top honors at Georgia championship meet
swimmers on the Southern Crescent Aquatic Team recently earned several
first-place finishes at the 14 and under State Championships.
tennis league taking registration
Peachtree City Tennis Center's Junior League will be Aug. 1 - 19
AMS race could be big
Ever since Jeff
Gordon and Dale Jarrett became deadlocked in their quest for the NASCAR
Winston Cup championship, fans have been swamping the Atlanta Motor
Speedway ticket office with orders. Atlanta hosts the season finale,
the NAPA 500, scheduled for Nov. 18.
mocking hillbilly speech, young preacher discovers his own voice
It was in my high
school days, back in the Jurassic age, that I first took notice of radio
and television preachers. It wasn't then like it is today. Today, you
can flip through the 473 channels on the handy-dandy remote and I just
betcha that you can find a television preacher at any given moment somewhere
on the airwaves. Why, you can't swing a dead cat these days without
hitting a TV preacher. It wasn't always that way, of course.
DeKalb should reconsider vote against MARTA funding agreement
in Fulton County and DeKalb County voted late last year to deny the
extension of funding for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
(MARTA) well into the second quarter of the 21st Century.
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