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Fayette board faces a busy Thursday afternoon agenda

The Fayette County Board of Commissioners has moved its regular meeting this week to 4 p.m. from its usual 7 p.m. time Thursday.

Among new business, the board is expected to consider a property owner’s request to be annexed into Fayetteville, although there doesn’t appear to be a compelling reason to object to the move.

The site at 140 Walker Parkway is 1.01 acres and the plan is to develop a restaurant, according to a county staff report. The city intends to rezone the property from C-H to C-3, both of which are Highway-Commercial zoning classifications. Read More»

PTC police have Midas touch

PTC police have Midas touch

Peachtree City Mayor Vanessa Fleisch recognized the police department’s newest officer, drug dog Midas, and her partner Cpl. Justin Mobley, at the Feb. 19 council meeting.Photo/Ben Nelms.

Great Wolf calls a retreat until March 5

Inside a Great Wolf Lodge indoor water park. Photo/GW Facebook page.

Great Wolf Lodge Family Resorts has requested and received a continuance of its rezoning hearing before the Peachtree City Council. Read More»

Residents get their say on town plan

Tyrone residents at a Feb. 17 public input meeting provided ideas for the town’s upcoming 10-year Comprehensive Plan. Residents got a look at issues such as the town’s population and growth and had their say on what changes they would like to see in the coming years. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Tyrone might be near the middle of its state-required 10-year Comprehensive Plan, but changes in the local economy have led to a need to re-evaluate the plan and develop a new document. One of the first steps in producing a new document was a public input meeting held Feb. 17 at the Tyrone Library.

Mayor Eric Dial said Tyrone adopted the most recent 10-year Comprehensive Plan eight years ago. That adoption came at the beginning of the Great Recession that had a significant impact of Tyrone and Fayette County. Read More»

PTC Council to decide who should pay to refurbish subdivision entrance signs

The Peachtree City Council at the January 2015 retreat. (L-R) Mayor Vanessa Fleisch, members Terry Ernst, Mike King, Kim Learnard and Eric Imker. Photo/Ben Nelms.

The wolf will be missing from the Feb. 19 meeting of the Peachtree City Council. Great Wolf Lodge of Georgia has postponed its rezoning request for an indoor water park on Aberdeen Parkway until a later date.

The council on Thursday will be considering other issues, such as a rezoning request by South-Tree Enterprises to subdivide industrial property on Ga. Highway 74 South and a subdivision entrance sign replacement policy. Read More»

With rezoning vote postponed, Great Wolf eyes options

Presenting the water park proposal to the Peachtree City Planning Commission Feb. 9 was Brian Rochester, executive vice-president for Rochester & Associates in Gainesville, Ga, the engineers for Great Wolf. Photo/John Thompson.
It’s back to the drawing board for Aberdeen Parkway water park plans; among the choices: Proceed with current zoning of the Dolce site

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Councilman King urges shift of PTC city election cycle to even years

Peachtree City Councilman Mike King.

Peachtree City Councilman Mike King wants to shift city elections to even-numbered years, and is asking Read More»

Town may add cameras

A topic at the Feb. 10 Tyrone Town Council retreat led to a discussion that will have Police Chief Brandon Perkins explore the idea of having officers wear on-body cameras. Perkins said he could report back to council with findings in the coming months.

Mayor Eric Dial after the meeting said that, conceptually, the council supports the idea of having officers wear body cameras. Read More»

Great Wolf whistles for a time-out

It was a packed house at the Feb. 9 Planning Commission meeting. Photo/John Thompson.

Wants to skip next Thursday’s water park rezoning hearing for a future meeting to be announced Monday Read More»

PTC planners OK division of property

Chuck Ogletree made his case Monday night. Photo/John Thompson.

The Peachtree City Planning Commission by unanimous vote on Feb. 9 agreed to recommend approval of a request by South-Tree Enterprises to rezone a 16.6-acre tract at the South 74 Industrial Park on Ga. Highway 74 South from GI (general industrial) to LUI-3 (limited use industrial) so the site can be divided into smaller tracts for marketing and financing purposes.

Applicant Chuck Ogletree, owner of South-Tree Enterprises, told commissioners he wants to sub-divide the property to be marketed in smaller parcels. Read More»

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