Post 4 Council candidates look to Fayetteville’s future

Post 4 Council candidates look to Fayetteville’s future

Election season brings election questions, and this year The Citizen posed identical questions via email to the three candidates for Fayetteville City Council Post 4. Candidates for the seat are Brett Nolan, businessman Rich Hoffman and Gha-is Bashir Paige. 1. What is your vision for both the council and the city? Rich Hoffman — “My […]

Tyrone’s Post 3 candidates talk about sewer service, downtown growth

Tyrone’s Post 3 candidates talk about sewer service, downtown growth

The only contested race in Tyrone on the November ballot is for the Post 3 race featuring incumbent Councilman Ken Matthews and challenger Eric Woods. The candidates responded to several questions from The Citizen. Responses for print were limited to 250 words each. The full interview with responses to all questions is online at TheCitizen.com. […]

Senoia Post 1 candidates Eichorst, Malone talk about their visions for the city

Senoia Post 1 candidates Eichorst, Malone talk about their visions for the city

Election season brings election questions, and this year The Citizen posed identical questions via email to the two Senoia council candidates for City Council Post 1, incumbent Chuck Eichorst and challenger Tom Malone (Malone declined to submit a photo). 1. What is your vision for both the council and the city? Chuck Eichorst — “My […]

Post 2 candidates Lanman, Pearman talk about their visions for Senoia

Post 2 candidates Lanman, Pearman talk about their visions for Senoia

Election season brings election questions, and this year The Citizen posed identical questions via email to the two Senoia council candidates for City Council Post 2, Gregory Lanman and William “Dub” Pearman. 1. What is your vision for both the council and the city? [Lanman, who did not provide his photo, chose to use his […]

Q & A for PTC Council Post 3 candidates: Madden, Toussaint, Logsdon talk about traffic problems

Q & A for PTC Council Post 3 candidates: Madden, Toussaint, Logsdon talk about traffic problems

Election season brings election questions, and this year The Citizen posed identical questions via email to the three Peachtree City candidates for City Council Post 3. Candidates (in photos above, L-R) include Kevin Madden, 67, air cargo sales, who lives in McIntosh Corner; student Sarah Toussaint, 22, who lives in The Marks; and former one-term […]

PTC mayoral candidates answer questions from The Citizen on PTC traffic, growth, vision for future

PTC mayoral candidates answer questions from The Citizen on PTC traffic, growth, vision for future

Election season brings election questions, and this year The Citizen posed identical questions via email to the three Peachtree City mayoral candidates and the three candidates for City Council Post 3. Responses this week by mayoral candidates will be followed next week by those running for the Post 3 seat. Candidates for the mayor’s seat […]

Peachtree City political forum set for Oct. 26

Peachtree City political forum set for Oct. 26

The Rotary Club of Peachtree City’s “Get Out the Vote” Committee will sponsor a “Political Candidates Forum” Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Peachtree City Hotel & Conference Center (formerly the Wyndham) in the Caledonian Amphitheater. This year’s forum with questions and answers starts at 6:30 p.m. and ends at 8:30 p.m. Opportunities to meet and […]

Fayette NAACP on Tyrone’s controversial mural: ‘Consider our views’

Fayette NAACP on Tyrone’s controversial mural: ‘Consider our views’

Issues with the now-controversial mural behind the dais at Tyrone Town Hall, and the Sept. 7 decision to keep the mural denoting portions of the town’s history, have generated comments by Fayette NAACP President Terrence Williamson and state Rep. Derrick Jackson (D-Tyrone). Both Williamson and Jackson wrote letters to the editor. Commenting on the Sept. […]

Former principal says resigned Whitewater HS teacher victim of ‘social terrorism’

Former principal says resigned Whitewater HS teacher victim of ‘social terrorism’

The recent resignation by Whitewater High School teacher Joshua Hitson following allegations about him on the Atlanta Antifascists website has drawn a response from former Whitewater Principal Roy Rabold. That response was leveled at what Rabold believes was the real intention behind the group’s claims — social terrorism. Above, Roy Rabold, earlier this year before […]