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BoE should reverse decision on Booth

Thank you, Marion Key, for sharing not only your opinion but also important facts regarding the misplaced decision by the Board of Education to...

Some bold solutions for 54-74 traffic jam

I suppose the rush of what needs to be done at the busy Ga. highways 54 and 74 intersection in Peachtree City is over...

Rebuttal: Does anti-choice compassion stop at birth?

Trey Hoffman’s letter to the editor titled, “Progressives’ Compassion Stops at the Womb,” which appeared Wednesday, June 5, 2019, asks, “‘progressives’ and those who...

Some hard questions about Fayette Board of Education budget vote

Had an opportunity one recent morning to drive down a one-lane, tree-lined, canopied street in Peachtree City. If you have not had this experience,...

Peachtree City: Villages vs. city center

All the chatter about a city center and the Aberdeen redevelopment has got me to thinking about the old days. The days where all...

Progressives’ compassion stops at the womb

Amid all the hubbub surrounding the recent legislation passed by states such as Georgia and Alabama regarding abortion, the left has been especially vocal...

Haddix: Peachtree City Council should be replaced

I have been quiet regarding what’s going on in Peachtree City, but enough is enough. Council wants to take away our homeowner rights and entertains...

Socialism successfully does just one thing: It fails. Always.

Fayetteville resident Harold DeRienzo tried to stealthily argue the case for Marxian Political Economy in his letter published here on May 14. The casual reader...

Enough rumors: 1st Presbyterian is not moving

The headline of an Atlanta Journal Constitution article from Aug. 2, 1959 reads, “16,000-Acre Dream City Planned in Peachtree City.” Part of that dream...

Council was correct to deny Calistoa rezoning

There has been a new wave of developer indoctrination in Peachtree City and Fayette County, purporting that longtime residents do not have the intellectual...
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