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PTC: Open for annexation business?

Change would reverse a decade-old go-slow policy

Peachtree City for more than a decade has used a two-step annexation policy. But on Oct. 6 the Peachtree City Council agreed that city staff should adjust the process Read More»

Residents urged not to set lake on fire

On Oct. 1, the statewide burn ban comes to an end and once again and residents will be able to burn yard debris after obtaining a burn permit through the city website at www.peachtree-city.org/burn

Lake Peachtree will not be refilled this winter, and tall grass and weeds have overtaken the lake bed. As fall approaches, these grasses and weeds will brown and dry out as they go dormant for the winter. While not a significant threat, this additional fuel load does increase the risk of a grass fire in the area. Read More»

PTC police get safety grant

The Peachtree City Police Department announced that it has been awarded a traffic enforcement grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) in Atlanta.

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Senoia balks at county's terms

The Senoia City Council decided on Sept. 6 not to agree with the Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority's terms regarding the annexation of Morgan Farms into Senoia.

According to Senoia city manager Richard Ferry, Coweta County Water and Sewer proposed that, instead of the city internally metering the subdivision and billing the residents, the water and sewer desires to be the water authority and bill the residents. Read More»

Smooth sailing so far for 60-acre Oddo rezoning

A proposed rezoning for the largest undeveloped tract of land in Fayetteville drew little criticism during a City Council meeting last week because neighbors hashed out most of their concerns with representatives of the developer beforehand.

Community rezoning meetings are “typically a little more contentious, but in this case, it was very productive,” said David Spearman, a representative of developer DR Horton. Read More»

PTC OKs 1st step to annex personal care home

The Peachtree City Council on Oct. 2 gave approval to initiate the annexation process for the Heritage of Peachtree City personal care apartments on the city’s east side to rescue the facility from its failing septic tank system.

The 3.52-acre property is situated between Ga. Highway 54 and Sumner Road. Located in unincorporated Fayette County, the property is zoned community commercial.

Owned by HCRIX Royal LLC, the site consists of 49 personal care apartments and is accessed by a driveway off Hwy. 54. Read More»

New PTC pay plan: How to pay for it?

City employees line the meeting room wall prior to the City Council 3-to-2 vote to raise their pay Oct. 2. Photo/Ben Nelms.

The Peachtree City Council on Oct. 2 by a 3-2 vote adopted the provisions of the recent classification and compensation study at a cost of more than $900,000. Read More»

Residents happy about new kennel in Tyrone

A dozen Tyrone residents applauded their town’s council Thursday night as the council approved the adding of an indoor pet boarding facility to local business Beau Tye’s Pet Spa.

“I would love to have a local place I would feel comfortable leaving my pet,” said Liz Geiger of Tyrone, speaking to the council Thursday. Retired, Geiger often travels with her husband and can’t always find a safe place to board her pet. Read More»

PTC Council splits, but OKs new pay raise

(L-R) PTC Council members Mike King, Mayor Vanessa Fleisch, Terry Ernst, Kim Learnard, and Eric Imker. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Peachtree City employees at the Oct. 2 council meeting got what they wanted. The council on a 3-2 vote adopted the provisions of the recent classification and compensation study at a cost of more than $900,000. Read More»

New homes could impact Tyrone and Coweta County

A birds-eye view of what Wilksmoor Village and MacDuff Parkway in northwest Peachtree City will look like has been made available by the Peachtree City Planning Dept. The new map shows how the parkway will be linked to North Kedron Drive on Ga. Highway 74.

The existing subdivisions, including one apartment complex, have a total of 1,454 units while the three subdivisions approved for construction total 1,329 units. In total, Wilksmoor Village will eventually have 2,783 units. Read More»

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