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Big senior subdivision eyed for west PTC

PTC planners discuss 650-unit senior subdivision; 403 acres in westside village already zoned for 55-plus-only; developer wants a few changes Read More»

Fayetteville losing 70 years of institutional knowledge

Fayetteville City Manager Joe Morton in a photo from 2013.

Fayetteville City Manager Joe Morton is in the final months of his job. The city is advertising the job and expects to have Morton’s replacement in place by mid-October.

Morton served as Fayetteville City Manager from 1994-1998 and as Peachtree City Assistant City Manager and Director of Financial Services from 1998-2000. He returned as Fayetteville City Manager in 2000, where he served in that capacity for nearly a decade and a half. Morton retired nearly two years ago and returned to the position on a part-time basis. Read More»

Golf carts on F’ville sidewalks being eyed

Brick sidewalk along Lanier Avenue in Fayetteville. Photo/Bonnie Hester.

A measure by the Fayetteville City Council to align the use of motorized carts in Fayetteville with the county’s other jurisdictions was tabled at the July 17 meeting to give city staff time to review the idea of allowing carts on city sidewalks. Read More»

Briefing Monday on entertainment center, 650-home project in PTC

This is the tract of land that will house a 650-home subdivision on the northern extension of MacDuff Parkway near north Kedron Drive.

Plans for a 650-home subdivision at MacDuff Parkway and north Kedron Drive will be reviewed by the Peachtree City Planning Commission Monday night.

Planners also will review a proposed entertainment complex for Ga. Highway 74 South near TDK Boulevard that includes an indoor bowling alley, arcade and restaurant. Both developments will be examined in a workshop format, meaning no formal vote is expected, but the commissioners will provide feedback on changes they would like to see before they consider each project at a future meeting. Read More»

Peachtree City police win U.S. traffic safety award

Interim Police Chief William McCollum briefed council on the award Thursday night. Photo/John Munford.

When it comes to traffic safety, it is hard to beat the efforts of the Peachtree City Police Dept. That work resulted in the department taking top honors in the 2013 National Law Enforcement Challenge for its efforts in traffic safety.

Selected for the award by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Peachtree City was judged against agencies of similar size, those with 25-99 officers, from across the United States. The department’s selection indicates that it has the best overall traffic safety program, according to department spokesman Lt. Mark Brown. Read More»

PTC says ‘yes’ to new traffic light on Hwy. 54W

Shutterstock photo of traffic signals.

If it meets state approval, a new “continuous flow” traffic light intersection will serve a new shopping center on Ga. Highway 54 West and Line Creek Drive. Read More»

$100 PTC tax hike scrutinized

Peachtree City Finance Director Paul Salvatore explains details of the tax increase and other facets of the budget. Photo/John Munford.

Most of the public discussion about a proposed property tax increase at Thursday’s meeting of the Peachtree City Council focused on the increased spending for landscaping. Read More»

PTC approves stormwater fix off Lenox Road

A $57,000 project to replace failed storm drain pipe in the Beechwood subdivision off Lenox Road was approved by the Peachtree City Council Thursday night.

The problem has led to reoccurring non-structural flooding on two parcels, located at 208 and 210 Lenox Road, according to a memo to council from Stormwater Manager Mike Madison.

Only two companies bid on the project, with the winner being Construction 57 Inc. at a price of $57,025. The other bidder, Crawford Grading and Pipeline, came in at $64,910. Read More»

Newnan ready to roll on sidewalk, repaving projects funded by sales tax

Newnan is set to begin a number of sidewalk and paving projects. Totaling $861,000, the majority of the cost will be funded by special purpose local option sales tax (SPLOST) revenues. Read More»

PTC to consider 'continuous green T' application

PTC to consider 'continuous green T' application

Would add light, keep westbound traffic moving on Hwy. 54 at Line Creek Drive for new shopping center

A proposal to apply for a new “continuous flow” traffic light intersection on Ga. Highway 54 West and Line Creek Drive will be considered by the Peachtree City Council Thursday night.

The intersection would include a traffic light to serve the proposed Overlook shopping center, but would allow the problematic westbound traffic to flow through continuously without stopping. Read More»

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