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Monica Pearson shares ‘lessons learned’ with American Business Women Tuesday

Monica Pearson. Photo/Submitted.

The McIntosh Charter Chapter of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) welcomes renowned Atlanta television personality Monica Pearson as guest speaker at the group’s monthly meeting Tuesday, May 13. Pearson will be sharing “Lessons Learned” from 37 years as a news anchor with WSB-TV Atlanta.

Retiring in 2012, Pearson now hosts a weekly radio show on KISS 104.1 FM and is a graduate student at the University of Georgia. Read More»

Tickets still available for Leadercast Friday

It’s not too late to immerse yourself in an amazing but convenient leadership training experience.

Community business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of world-renowned leaders by attending Leadercast® in two locations in Fayette County on Friday, May 9, 2014—New Hope Baptist Church-North Campus, Fayetteville and Peachtree Christian Church, Peachtree City. Tickets will be available at the door.

The Leadercast event is broadcast LIVE from Atlanta, Ga. to hundreds of sites around the world, including Fayetteville and Peachtree City. This year’s speaker lineup includes: Read More»

Senoia film studio looking to expand

An amendment request approved April 22 by the Coweta County Commission for Senoia’s Raleigh Riverwood Studios removed the requirement that all six buildings in a new site area designated for expansion include a brick facade. Studio President Scott Tigchelaar said tentative plans exist for the construction of one of the 15,000 sq. ft. buildings.

Approved by the commission in 2008 for six new buildings each totaling 15,000 square feet, Tigchelaar said construction of the first of six buildings is tentative, adding that the approval paves the way for construction when the need is confirmed. Read More»

Senoia OK's new commercial area on Hwy. 16

The Senoia City Council on April 21gave unanimous approval of the preliminary plat for phase 1 of the Village West commercial center on Ga. Highway 16 on Senoia’s west side.

The 17.06-acre commercial site is part of a larger 88.64-acre tract annexed into the city in 2011, said City Manager Richard Ferry. Read More»

Clayton State promotes PTC’s Demmitt

Dr. Kevin Demmitt, a 20-year veteran faculty member and administrator at Clayton State University, has been named the university’s interim provost and vice president for academic affairs. Read More»

PTC Council may lift moratorium on more apartments

City staff would be able to consider assisted living project near MHS

The Peachtree City Council will decide Thursday whether it wants city staff to study a proposed 52-unit assisted living development in the Lexington Circle commercial center off Ga. Highway 54 at Walt Banks Road.

Council has the luxury of saying “no” outright to the development, thanks to the city’s moratorium on rezonings for multi-family uses such as apartments and multi-unit facilities. Read More»

Fall 2015 enrollment target for F’ville’s 1st jr. college: 1,000 students

Fayette County is getting its first built-to-order college campus. Read More»

GMC to open junior college campus near Pinewood Studios by summer 2015

Georgia Military College announced April 11 it intends to locate a new campus in Fayetteville, Ga., in anticipation of population growth in that area.

Fayette’s first full-scale college campus will serve as home to all of the junior college’s regular courses, plus classes “tailoring our curriculum to offer relevant entertainment, healthcare and other coursework, as needed,” a school official said.

The new GMC campus will be located at Read More»

Coweta inks $50M deal for Niagara

California-based Niagara Bottling LLC, the nation’s largest private label bottled water supplier, will construct a 460,000 sq. ft. facility on 45 acres in late 2014 and create 41 initial jobs in Coweta County. The Coweta Development Authority, with the support of other county partners, has agreed to provide a bond for the project estimated at $50 million. Read More»

CEO Forshee leaves Fayette Development Authority

Fayette County Development Authority (FCDA) President and CEO Matt Forshee. Photo/Special.

Fayette County Development Authority (FCDA) President and CEO Matt Forshee will be leaving Fayette at the end of April to become the Augusta Area Community Development manager for Georgia Power Co. Read More»

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