The proposed East Village development in Senoia has now cleared one objection the city had previously voiced. Developer Dennis Drewyer appeared at the Senoia City Council meeting Monday night and announced the city had obtained a right of way easement on Ga. Highway 85. Originally proposed in mid-2016, McIntosh Trail Properties proposed 245 homes for […]
The Frederick Brown, Jr. Amphitheater regrets to announce that, due to unforeseen circumstances, Paul Anka has cancelled his June 24 appearance in Peachtree City. Representatives for Mr. Anka said they appreciate fans’ understanding in the matter, and Amphitheater staff apologize for the last minute notice. No concert will be held on Saturday, June 24. A […]
UPDATE – 7:15 p.m.: The name of the deceased homeowner and the names of the two men in custody have been released by the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office. The deceased homeowner was identified as 74-year-old Albert E. DeMagnus. DeMagnus is listed on the Ga. Secretary of State website as the CEO, CFO and Secretary of […]
Members of the Peachtree City Planning Commission include, from left, J.T. Rabun, Jack Bernard, Chairman Frank Destadio, Aaron Daily and Lisa Curtis. Photo/Ben Nelms.
Conceptual plat plans for two phases of the Everton subdivision in the West Village got mixed reviews by the Peachtree City Planning Commission on June 12. One of the items was approved while other failed to get an OK. It was noted at the meeting that no project representatives were in attendance. City planning staff […]
The wait for relief from traffic back-ups at the intersection of Ga. Highway 54 West and Planterra Way may be coming to an end. Intersection work was approved on June 15 by the Peachtree City Council and is expected to be completed by Oct. 31. The council unanimously approved a $150,000 contribution from the Georgia […]
A city oversight opened the door for a billboard company to soon erect the first billboard in the Senoia city limits. City Attorney Drew Whalen explained Monday night the city “didn’t have a good leg to stand on” in its efforts to keep Railroad Outdoor from placing a billboard on Ga. Highway 16 near the […]
Members of the Fayetteville City Council include, from left, council members Harlan Shirley, Kathleen Brewer and Paul Oddo, Mayor Ed Johnson and council members Jim Williams and Scott Stacy. Also pictured are City Manager Ray Gibson and City Clerk Anne Barksdale. Photo/Ben Nelms.
The Fayetteville City Council on June 13 put the finishing touches on the development agreement for the large Pinewood Forrest residential and commercial development on Veterans Parkway. The development agreement covers a multitude of areas, though what was essentially the primary area of concern at the June 12 workshop dealt with sprinkler systems in the […]
Oh, what a difference a month makes. On Thursday the Fayetteville City Council unanimously approved a new development on Ga. Highway 54 East. Last month, the City Council was skeptical of the proposal, but was satisfied with the changes in the plan. Originally, Jeff Landrum wanted to build 26 detached homes on six acres of […]
NAVAL STATION ROTA, Spain (June 14, 2017) Sonar Technician (Surface) 2nd Class Benjamin Voyles, from Fayetteville, Georgia, front, mans the rails with sailors aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Ross (DDG 71) June 14, 2017 as the ship departs Naval Station Rota, Spain. Ross, forward-deployed to Rota, is conducting naval operations in the U.S. […]
The Village Square area at Pinewood Forrest will be located adjacent to Veterans Parkway. Graphic/Pinewood Forrest.
Pinewood Forrest in Fayetteville will eventually become home to 3,000 residents. Today, the first homes are beginning to come out of the ground and Pinewood Forrest has initiated a search for restaurant concepts and chefs to become a part of the new Village Square. “At the heart of Pinewood Forrest is Village Square, a retail […]