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You probably can find these scissors at Harbor Freight

You probably can find these scissors at Harbor Freight

Jonathan Cooper, the manager of Harbor Frieght Tools cuts the ribbon at a recent ribbon cutting event with the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce. Harbor Freight Tools is located at the Uptown Square shopping center in north Fayetteville. Photo/Special.

Temporary employee of the month

Temporary employee of the month

FutureStaff, which serves Fayette and Coweta counties, has been doing Temporary Employee of the Month awards for the last almost 30 years. From left are Derek Wyckoff, HR Manager, Jamie Lagatare, HR Assistant, Randolph Davis, Employee of the Month and Lisette Rietschier, HR Generalist. The company Davis worked for is Chromalloy of Geogia. Photo/Special.

Chick-fil-A gets okay to add second drive-thru lane

Revised development plans for the Chick-fil-A on North Glynn Street in Fayetteville were unanimously approved May 24 by the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission. For restaurant customers the approval means a quicker trip through the drive-thru window by adding a second lane.

The proposal called for reconfiguring a number of parking spaces adjacent to the existing drive-thru lane on the building’s south side, thereby making room for a second drive-thru lane and changing the current perpendicular parking spaces to ones that are diagonal. Read More»

191-unit senior complex gets F’ville P&Z green light

A proposal to establish a residential living facility for independent seniors at the Villages at Lafayette development on Ga. Highway 54 in Fayetteville was recommended for approval May 24 by the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission on a 3-1 vote.

With the land currently zoned for office use, the recommendation will go before the City Council on June 9 for a zoning change. Read More»

Distribution center opens near I-85 in Fairburn; truck traffic to increase

The Electrolux Corp. on May 13 opened a 600,000 square-foot distribution center near I-85 on Ga. Highway 92 in Fairburn. That’s just under 14 acres under roof. The opening follows the opening of another distribution center in Fairburn by the Clorox Corp. earlier this year and one by the Smucker’s company two years ago, both off Oakley Industrial Boulevard near Ga. Highway 74. Read More»

N. F’ville Chick-fil-A wants 2nd drive-thru lane

Business is booming at Chick-fil-A Dwarf House. The restaurant on North Glynn Street at Banks Crossing went before the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission at the May 12 work session with a proposal to add a second drive-thru lane that will parallel the one currently in use. Approximately 40 percent of the restaurant’s business comes by way of the drive-thru window. Read More»

First Choice Bank closed by state, Arkansas bank new owner

Account holders arriving at First Choice Community Bank branches in Newnan, Sharpsburg and Senoia got a surprise April 30. The Georgia Dept. of Banking and Finance closed the failed First Choice banking offices just before the close of business Read More»

Senoia approves elder care facility

The Tranquil Village residential development for some of Senoia’s older citizens is a go. The City Council at the May 2 meeting heard the second reading on the proposal and voted unanimously to approve the project.

The proposal by Tranquil Village, LLC involved the rezoning of 7.34 acres on Coweta Street from R-40 (Residential) to IIR (In-town Infill Redevelopment). Read More»

Coweta approves new traffic signal for Thomas Crossroads

There will soon be an alteration to the traffic flow along Ga. Highway 34 on the east of its intersection with Ga. Highway 154 at Thomas Crossroads. The Coweta County Commission April 19 approved the installation of a new traffic signal to be paid for by area property owners.

The traffic signal was being proposed at the existing median cut on Hwy. 34 a short distance to the east of the Hwy. 34/154 intersection near the east side of the Kroger shopping center. The new signal will be approximately 800 feet east of the intersection. Read More»

Fayette Chamber hosts Leadercast May 6

Community business leaders can access the knowledge and experience of 11 internationally-acclaimed leaders by attending the Chick-fil-A Leadercast at Harp’s Crossing Baptist Church in Fayetteville on May 6, 2011, hosted by the Fayette Chamber of Commerce.

This one-day leadership training event will be broadcast live from Atlanta, Ga. to hundreds of sites throughout the nation, including Fayetteville. A few of the speakers for the event include:

• Seth Godin, entrepreneur, marketing expert, & best-selling author of 12 books including “Linchpin.” Read More»

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