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PTC offers class on city ops

Peachtree City residents interested in learning more about how city government works are invited to sign up for the annual PTC 101 class, a six-week overview of Peachtree City’s seven operating divisions.

The classes will be held on Tuesdays from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. beginning April 13.
Course topics will include an overview of Peachtree City’s history and form of government, the city’s technology and website, the planning department and process, engineering, stormwater, public works, recreation, the library, the fire & police departments, finance and budgeting, and building and code enforcement.
The program will conclude with a question and answer session with the Mayor and City Council.
There is no charge for the program, and applications are available at City Hall and on the city’s web site at www.peachtree-city.org. Applications will be accepted through April 2, and participation will be limited to the first 25 applicants age 18 and older.

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