Every person that lives in Peachtree City decided to move here because it is a planned community. Wether you are aware of the plan or not, you are living and benefitting from it everyday. Peachtree City didn't happen by accident. That plan is clearly laid out and guided forward by the ordinances. Quite simple really, follow the ordinances to preserve the plan. We are all merely stewards of the plan moving through time. Those of us who understand this dynamic defend the plan and what is has created as countless people have over the city's 54 year history. It's about maintaining standards. GWL was looking for an exception to the plan. We are not a destination. We aren't designed for that. It is clearly stated in the city's ordinances that commercial within the city be for the benefit of the citizens and not a regional draw. I'm sure that Dolce's owners are aware of the restricted uses of the land that they own.
Does this mean Mr. King does not plan to run for another term on council?
Now who is the mayor going to select for the important representative on the FCDA?
currently has $100 billion in unfunded liabilities, which includes $15 billion in outstanding debt it owes to the US Treasury.
However, they did find enough moolah to buy the top of the line Snapper rider mower with a supersized cup holder and a shade awning over the drivers seat. The bad news is the only guy they have on staff who is trained and licensed to operate it is currently on Survivor and will not be back till after the finale next month. Oh, and you are spot on. Nobody at the PO does GAS.
by next Friday. No drudging necessary. Mother Nature decided to save the taxpayers a few million.
However, there will be a guy named Noah at the Battery boat dock with the biggest darn boat you ever saw, and he will be offering couples only rides for free next weekend to all those except the ones who live on the lake that have boats with weeds on the bottoms of them. He said it will be a mystery ride, will be BYOB, and you can bring your doggies and kitties. Casual attire requested. No RSVP needed, just show up, first come, first serve. Someone said it will be called Ark in the Park, but not quite sure about that yet.
Do they really have to look as bad as they do now? Can PTC Code Enforcement do anything? The Landscape/ grass/weeds are an embarassment in their current state.
I guess nobody GAS.
My Comcast works very well at my abode. Internet is especially good compared to neighbors who use ATT dsl.
Competition is also good, I will keep an eye out for the Nulink folks.
Miracles do happen.
Oh, and NuLink, the company that provides PTC city offices with certain telecommunications, has independent contractors going all over the city surveying what would be needed to provide fiber optics to homeowners. Look for them out in your neighborhood with their orange vests on and those measuring wheels and clipboards. They do not come to your door, just to the utility easements. Nothing announced so don't tell anyone, okay?
I simply replied to the comment about Lexington quoting blogger regarding Lexington...sorry you found it, as you put condescending.
I think you have me mistaken for someone else, I have zero interest in looking like Marietta or Cobb Pkwy. Under my plan/ideas (you can go back as far as eight years and read my articles) the following would be true:
*A beautiful retail center on Hwy 54 west that would have and would be paying property taxes and sales tax. Not a gas station
*McDuff would have been completed over 4 years ago.
Why? because I would have required a bond from the builders that would assure the money would be there for the city to build McDuff in case the homebuilders did not. Which is what happened. The city or council did not require a bond for the project this time either.
*Possible TDK extension that must be accompanied by annexation of all of Lake McIntosh to control the borders and maintain home values inside the bubble.
*I would have never rezoned the best office park to accommodate a hotel. That hotel would have moved to Lexington and enhanced that project while keeping the 14 acre office park in tact.
*I would have a true aquatic center and not a bubble and rec pool that only 250 (out of 35,000)of our citizens use on a fairly consistent basis.
*I would have equal equity distribution of allotted recreation dollars. Under my plan the $390,000 to fix the building at Kedron would not have cost the tax-payer a penny.
*I would find a solution for the tennis center problem. Tons of money thrown at this project that has less than 400 members (half from another county).
*Build-out would be around 41,000 to 43,000 people, then lock the door.
Sounds more like Beverly Hills to me...not Marietta.