Proposed salaries at PTC could cost up to $1 million

City employees in Peachtree City on Sept. 16 got a look at the classification and compensation plan performed by Condrey and Associates of Athens. With several options to choose from and if acted upon at a future date, implementation would carry a cost ranging from $650,000 to $1.1 million.

Mayor Vanessa Fleisch said the presentation at the Sept. 16 council workshop was for presentation purposes only, adding that it will be up to City Manager Jim Pennington to determine if a recommendation based on the findings will be forthcoming. Read More»

Senoia expands city area

The annexation of 36 acres along Ga. Highway 16 on Senoia’s west side was met with no objection by the Coweta County Commission at the Sept. 4 meeting.

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Fayette County residents Mary and Jim Pace were two of 68 people from across the U.S. to travel to the Federal Hall National Memorial in New York City on Sept. 11 to conduct a day of prayer for America. Photo/Jim Pace.
Thanks for your service
High honor
Fayette County Commission Chairman Steve Brown. File photo.
An early denier
Federal government to reporter: ‘You’re next.’
Classic cars headed to Senoia
Children and adults of all ages enjoy the fair. Photo/Ben Nelms.
Fayette Commission proclaims ‘Legion Day’
Master Gardner Sandy Golden (left photo), Heather and River Colvin in right photo.