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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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Pinewood vendors now employ 160+

It takes a variety of companies to support the efforts of the film industry. And a growing number of those companies can be found at Pinewood Atlanta Studios as it continues to expand its presence in Fayetteville.

In total there are 25 companies employing more than 160 full-time staff and 13 part-time staff working at the various companies that now populate Pinewood Atlanta. Many of those companies are located in the Pinewood Production Centre, the building that used to be Rivers Elementary School. Read More»

Fayette Chamber says, ‘Come to Community Expo Tuesday’

With more than 100 businesses and organizations exhibiting under one roof, the 2014 Community Expo is your “roadmap” to the products and services that can be found right here in Fayette.

For the 24th year, the Fayette Chamber of Commerce invites the community to the county’s largest tradeshow. Expo is Sept. 23 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at New Hope Baptist Church-South Campus, located at 1563 Joel Cowan Parkway. Admission is free. Read More»

Jobless rate jumps

The local economies in Coweta and Fayette counties continue to improve, but the unemployment numbers fail to reflect that story. Read More»

Canongate gets new owner

Sequoia Golf, owner of the Canongate Golf Clubs, has sold its stock and assets to ClubCorp for $265 million. Sequoia CEO Joe Guerra said ClubCorp plans upgrades to the Sequoia facilities.

Sequoia’s holdings include the Canongate properties in Fayette and Coweta counties and owns or operates more than 50 private clubs, semi-private clubs and golf resort facilities located across the U.S.

ClubCorp is a publicly traded company and a leading owner-operator of private golf and country clubs as well as business, sports and alumni clubs in North America, according to a press release. Read More»

PTC Council to take another look at 650-home proposal Thurs. night

Peachtree City Hall.

The Peachtree City Council on Sept. 4 will take another look at text amendment changes to the LUR-14 (Limited Use Residential) zoning ordinance being proposed by Kolter Homes. Among the proposals is one that would allow up to 200 certificates of occupancy prior to extending MacDuff Parkway.

Kolter wants to build 650 homes in Wilksmoor Village on the city’s northwest side while John Wieland Homes has plans for another 200 homes. Read More»

Osmose to build HQ in PTC Industrial Park

Osmose to build HQ in PTC Industrial Park

UPDATED — By the first week of October, ground will be broken on Peachtree City’s latest “get” — another corporate headquarters. Read More»

Charter Bank to close PTC office

This office is set to close in September. Photo/Ben Nelms

It has been more than five years since West Point-based Charter Bank opened an office in Fayette County. But that office located in Peachtree City is set to close in late September.

Regional president Ashley Schubert in a recent letter to customers said Charter has determined that maintaining a retail branch office in Peachtree City is not economically feasible, adding that Charter will exit the Fayette County market on Sept. 26. Read More»

PTC Council: ‘No’ to major westside changes

By JOHN THOMPSON
jthompson@TheCitizen.com

Peachtree City’s biggest residential development in years is coming under intense scrutiny from the City Council.

During Thursday’s City Council meeting, the council tabled the developer’s request for major text amendment changes to the city’s LUR-14 Limited Use Residential zoning ordinance. Read More»

Leadership Fayette transforms for 2014 graduates

The Leadership Fayette Class of 2014 poses for a graduation photo by the Chamber of Commerce.

The Fayette Chamber of Commerce honored the Leadership Fayette Class of 2014 at a luncheon and graduation ceremony Aug. 21. The class comprised Fayette County business and community leaders who participated in the eight-month leadership program designed to increase their knowledge and awareness of how our community works and build relationships with local leaders. The program highlighted the interdependencies between sectors of the local economy and the interrelationships of local issues, challenges and opportunities. Read More»

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