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Senoia-PTC cart path link off council agenda

A proposal to authorize linking Peachtree City’s cart path to Senoia has been removed from the agenda for tonight’s city council meeting.

In another last minute agenda change, council will consider a $125,000 increase in the budget for the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater to allow it to book “higher level acts” as the amphitheater celebrates the 20th anniversary of the summer concert series.

The expense is expected to be offset by an increase in summer concert series revenue and sponsorships, according to a memo from Amphitheater Manager and Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Nancy Price.

The increase also covers an additional spotlight concert for the Diva Half Marathon event coming to the city along with three “co-presented” concerts.



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