next PTC mayor after clean sweep in runoff election; Weed chosen for council
over 5,000 Peachtree City residents spoke up at the polls Tuesday, electing
planning activist Steve Brown as the city's next mayor and municipal
attorney Murray Weed over incumbent Carol Fritz.
was buried in Peachtree City Oct. 10, 1836 and 165 years and one month
later, he was given recognition for his part in the American Revolutionary
Presbyterian to host Handel's 'Messiah' sing-along
First Presbyterian Church in Peachtree City will lead the community
into the Advent season this Sunday, Dec. 2, with the third annual "Messiah"
sing-along scheduled for 5 p.m. The classic holiday piece will be performed
by a chorus composed of members of the community, along with soloists
Casey Huggins, soprano; Amy Chaffin, alto; David Stivers, tenor; and
Bill Killmeier, bass.
date discussed for PTC building projects
City's rules for development could become more strict down the line,
as the Planning Commission is exploring ideas such as putting a expiration
date on concept plats and final plats for developments.
Planning Commission wonders if changing golf courses to recreation use
is good idea
City's Planning Commission is somewhat worried that a little housekeeping
might be taken the wrong way.
survey in: 99 percent plan to get tickets in 2002
results of the annual survey of patrons at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater
in Peachtree City are in.
Recreation Department offering online registration for classes, activities
Saturday, Peachtree City residents will be able to point and click their
way to registering for classes and activities from their home computer.
hopes to continue success at PTC amphitheater, tennis center
admits to being a little scared about becoming the first-ever executive
director for the Peachtree City Development Authority.
program manager receives state award
leisure programs manager for the Peachtree City Parks and Recreation
Department was recently honored as the "Distinguished Programmer's
Section Professional" at the annual Georgia Recreation and Park
to collect food items for charity with PTC firefighters
Santa Claus will
again be visiting the streets of Peachtree City on the first three weekends
of December thanks to the Peachtree City Fire Department and Peachtree
City Volunteer Firefighters Association Annual Santa Run
fight continues as home buyers wait
home buyers in a Tyrone subdivision are packing their belongings and
preparing to move in, lawyers and a Fulton County judge are still trying
to determine whether they'll be able to use the bathrooms.
resignations rock Senoia
wave of resignations sweeping Senoia city government continued this
week as two Planning Commission members turned in their notices.
works building is on hold until next year
will be at least next year before Senoia's Public Works Department has
a new building to call home.
craze is coming to Sargent
apartments are not only for city residents.
potential battle is brewing in Senoia over the fate of an old home in
the city's historic district.
city battle over Rockaway land
looks like another battle is brewing on Rockaway Road between Coweta
County and Senoia.
members attend conference
A number of students
from the ECHS Marching Indians Band attended a leadership conference
at Woodward Academy on September 30.
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