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Peachtree City UPDATES - Week of June 13, 2011

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Planning Commission & Council Agendas, Rolling out the Red (and white and blue patriotic) Carpet, Grill Safety, Graduation Banners, and more . . . Read More»

Peachtree City UPDATES - Week of June 6, 2011

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Alligator update, golf cart registration, preventing heat related illness, and more . . . Read More»

Peachtree City UPDATES - Week of May 31, 2011

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Light Council Agenda, Highway 54 Lane Closure on June 2 Read More»

Peachtree City UPDATES - Week of May 23, 2011

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March 23 Deadline to vote Peachtree City as Most Patriotic . . . Plus, Memorial Day ceremony, update on Oasis Bowling Center, summer camps, July 4th T-Shirts, Hurricane Hunters, and more . . . Read More»

Peachtree City UPDATES - Week of May 16, 2011

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Recycling locator, transportation survey, Thursday's City Council meeting and more . . . Read More»

Peachtree City UPDATES - Week of May 9, 2011

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Be a tourist in your home town, graduation banners, Gang Awareness & Internet Safety Forum, and 4th of July Parade Registration . . . Read More»

Sine die, the last day of the regular session of the legislature

Matt Ramsey's picture

Last Thursday night, just before midnight, the gavel came down and brought the 2011 legislative session of the Georgia General Assembly to a close. It was a tough, but in many ways, a very productive session.

Earlier in the session, the legislature again passed a balanced budget without raising taxes on Georgians that will ensure Georgia will remain a leader among states in terms of fiscally conservative and responsible budgeting practices. Read More»

Peachtree City UPDATES - Week of April 18, 2011

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Georgia Planners Conference, City Council Agenda, Mobile Street & Path Maps, Cart Path Closing, and more . . . Read More»

Senate notes: Budget, immigration, tax reform are coming

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This past week the Senate approved its version of the FY2012 Budget, by a vote of 47-4. This concludes the Senate stage of the process, and the bill will now go to conference committee for finalization.

The Senate FY2012 Budget focuses on enhancing customer service by moving funds to the Department of Revenue’s customer service department and the licensing section of the Secretary of State’s Office. Additionally, the Senate proposal adds more agencies to “shared services,” which includes combined payroll and other services for greater efficiency. Read More»