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PTC website named one of best in Ga.

Peachtree City’s website has been named one of the top Georgia local government websites by Juggle.com, an online encyclopedia and reference website.

Juggle.com’s review of local government websites extended to both web design and content.

This year the city began broadcasting City Council meetings on the site, and the main page often offers one-stop shopping for those looking for upcoming local events.

The website also has up-to-date information on upcoming government meetings, including the posting of the detailed packet of background information each City Council member receives several days prior to each council meeting.

In addition to having a listing of frequently asked questions and answers, the city also has links on how to report a problem to the city and details on the city’s golf cart and path rules.

The city’s website also has a listing of yard sales scheduled each weekend and links to online services such as the opportunity to pay traffic citations online instead of having to visit City Hall.

For those willing to explore, the city also has detailed information online about each city department, a link to the city’s ordinances and a link to the latest online city newsletter.
Peachtree City’s website is accessible at www.peachtree-city.org.

Other websites recognized by Juggle in the top government website category were those for Albany, East Point, Griffin, Marietta and Smyrna.

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