Peachtree City

Civitans celebrate a big year

The 2014 officers were installed during the club’s annual end of the year meeting. The club also honored the Civitan of the Year. Photo/Submitted

Smiles, smiles, more smiles, and a few tears of joy filled the air as the Line Creek Civitan Club of Peachtree City celebrated the end to another year of fellowship, service and knowledge during their annual meeting and recognition dinner.

‘Happiness Invades Peachtree City” served as a correlating theme to the 2014-2015 Civitan International President’s theme “I’m Civitan Happy.” Read More»

Margaret Roberts Cook, 92, of Peachtree City

Margaret Roberts Cook

Margaret (Margy) Roberts Cook, 92, of Peachtree City passed away October 20, 2014. Margy was born March 19, 1922, in Atlanta, graduated from Girls’ High School, and spent much of her life as a homemaker in East Point and Douglasville.

She had a strong faith, and interests included Bible study, sewing, cake decorating, cooking delicious meals for her family, playing with her grandchildren (sockball, anyone?), following the Braves, and caring for and loving her family, who also dearly loved her and will miss her. Read More»

C. Donald Skelton, 78, of Peachtree City

C. Donald "Don" Skelton, 78, of Peachtree City, passed away October 22, 2014.

Don was a member of Christ our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peachtree City. He retired as a Lieutenant from the Dade County Police Department in Dade County, Florida; Chief of Police of the Peachtree City Police Department; head of security for Handy City; head of security for Egleston Hospital; and head of security for Aberdeen Woods Conference Center. Read More»

Civitan club has big year

The 2104 officers were installed during the end of year meeting. Photo/Submitted.

Smiles, smiles, more smiles, and a few tears of joy filled the air as the Line Creek Civitan Club of Peachtree City celebrated the end to another year of fellowship, service and knowledge during their annual meeting and recognition dinner.

‘Happiness Invades Peachtree City” served as a correlating theme to the 2014-2015 Civitan International President’s theme “I’m Civitan Happy.” Read More»

2 hotels may be in north PTC’s future

It was only a workshop discussion item, but if approved in the coming months the Kedron Office Park could see the addition of two hotels and a banquet facility. First up would be the construction of a 62,000 sq. ft. Marriott Residence Inn.

Senior Planner David Rast in an Oct. 10 letter said Apsilon Hotels Development and Management Co. submitted a rezoning application on a 14.5-acre tract located at 100 World Drive.

Rast said the conceptual site plan, approved in December 2005, identified 126,000 sq. ft. of office space in four buildings and 467 parking spaces. Read More»

Young runners lead the way

Young runners lead the way

The Peachtree City Classic is always attracts a mass of runners who are eager to race along the city’s cart paths and through the city’s greenbelt areas. The races include Women’s and Men’s 5K, the 15K Open and, new this year, the 20K. Here, a group of young competitors begin the race Oct. 18. Photo/Kelly Duncan, Peachtree City Recreation Dept.

Pennington delays answers to Learnard’s pay raise questions

Peachtree City Councilwoman Kim Learnard in an Oct. 5 letter to City Manager Jim Pennington Read More»

Holiday Greek pastry sales continue through Nov. 10

The deadline is Nov. 10 for ordering pastries from St. Christopher Hellenic Orthodox Church’s 2014 Holiday Greek Pastry Sale .

Available for sale are: Spanakopita, $10 per dozen; Tiropita, $10 per dozen; Baklava, $18 per dozen; Kourambiethes, $15 per dozen; Melomakarona, $15 per dozen ; Koulourakia $8 per dozen; sampler mixed dozen, $20 per box.

Pick up dates are Friday Nov. 21 from 3 – 6 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 22, from 9 a.m. – noon at 313 Dividend Dr., Peachtree City. Read More»

Disrespect shown to PTC taxpayers

Dear Peachtree City Council members, I am disappointed in the recent vote to approve a second pay raise in a year to city employees which was not planned into the budget and will lead to future tax increases on the taxpayers of this city who you were elected to represent.

Why did the taxpayers not have a say on which firm was chosen to conduct the pay survey?

Why was the vote rushed before the public can see and understand the results of the survey and schedule the proper public hearings on the matter? Read More»

PTC pay raise based on questionable study

The Peachtree City Council recently voted a second increase in salary for city employees for the coming fiscal year that will increase spending by over $900,000. Why I am concerned: Read More»

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