Variance request, records policy on PTC agenda

Variance request, records policy on PTC agenda

The March 16 meeting of the Peachtree City Council comes with very few agenda items. The council will consider a variance request and preview a records retention policy. The council will conduct a public hearing on a variance request for a home on Brooksong Way where the owner proposes to construct a 140 sq. ft. […]

Fayetteville P&Z approves Shops at Lafayette

Fayetteville P&Z approves Shops at Lafayette

Storefronts will have 6 apartments on 2nd floor A bid to include six apartments above the previously-approved Shops at Lafayette retail development on Glynn Street just north of downtown Fayetteville was approved Feb. 28 by the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission. The previous approval proposal by Steven Gulas included 10,800 sq. ft. of retail on the […]

Senoia’s next growth focus could be east

Senoia’s next growth focus could be east

  A development first proposed last July could dramatically alter Senoia’s eastern border. The City Council Monday night agreed to send an annexation request of 167 acres on Ga. Highway 16 to the county for comments. The County has 30 days to review the application. In July, Dennis Drewyer, of McIntosh Trail Properties, asked the […]

Tyrone nears deal with Fulton County for sewer capacity

Tyrone nears deal with Fulton County for sewer capacity

  The time may be up for the Peachtree City Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) to sell sewer service to Tyrone, while the idea of doing the same in Senoia is something WASA will explore. The topic of selling sewer to Tyrone and Senoia came up at the March 6 WASA board meeting after board […]

American Legion Post 50 honors PTC public safety staff

American Legion Post 50 honors PTC public safety staff

  The families of Peachtree City police officer Adam Pendleton and firefighter Will Harbin were present as the two were honored by Peachtree City American Legion Post 50 at the March 2 meeting of the Peachtree City Council. Pictured, from left, are Mayor Vanessa Fleisch, Adam Pendleton (holding plaque), post Commander Jose Cuevas, Will Harbin […]

Sewer system seeks customers outside of PTC

Sewer system seeks customers outside of PTC

WASA says deal with Senoia, hold on Tyrone; potential conflict with City Council may lie ahead   The Peachtree City Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) board on March 6 unanimously approved a motion to have WASA General Manager Stephen Hogan and board attorney Mark Oldenburg contact Senoia about providing sewer services and negotiate an agreement […]

South Fayetteville rezoning case headed to Fayette court

Developer Bob Rolader

South Fayetteville rezoning case headed to Fayette court

It was in mid-2016 that developer Bob Rolader proposed a residential development on Fayetteville’s south side. Now nine months and several public meetings later, Rolader on Feb. 27 filed a lawsuit to have a judge rule on the Southside Master Plan that has been at the center of the dispute between Rolader and neighboring subdivisions. […]

Mowell to appeal P&Z denial of crematorium permit

Mowell Funeral Home representative David Mowell on Feb. 28 makes his case before the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission to build a crematorium on the funeral home property on North Jeff Davis Drive. Photo/Ben Nelms.

Mowell to appeal P&Z denial of crematorium permit

A Feb. 28 vote by the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission on a special exception that would establish a crematorium on the North Jeff Davis Drive property of the Mowell Funeral Home was denied. Mowell will appeal the decision to the City Council. Planning Director Jahnee Prince near the outset of the discussion noted that […]

Fayetteville Councilman tells Planning Commission to ‘Speak Up!’

Fayetteville Councilman tells Planning Commission to ‘Speak Up!’

Fayetteville City Councilman Jim Williams didn’t mince any words about his opinion of the Planning Commission Thursday night. During the council comments portion of the City Council meeting, Williams said he had attended the Feb. 28 Planning Commission meeting and had issues with how the meeting was conducted. “I couldn’t hear what they were doing […]