Councilman-Elect Frank Destadio says thanks for your vote


I wanted to take a few minutes to thank everyone who took their time to come out and vote. Whether you voted for me or not, I am pleased that you took the time to exercise your constitutional right to vote. But of course I am also very pleased that you voted for me. I will absolutely honor your faith in me and stand behind my statements to:

Work right from the beginning, to make sure developers design their projects using our City’s design standards. I will stop them from making changes in our Design Standards.

I will continue to attempt to stop developers from obtaining variances in our zoning ordinances. I will continue to disallow the rezoning of our precious industrial zones to residential zones where possible within the governing laws.

I strongly support the Village Concept and as such I would not agree with more annexation without a clearer understanding of the impacts to our city and way of life. I am 100% dedicated to preserving Peachtree City’s quality of life, both now and in the future.

As a civil engineer, I clearly understand what additional construction would do to the already highly congested areas along Ga. Highway 54. I will work with the new mayor and existing council members to look for additional ways to improve this terrible intersection, and certainly not agree with any projects that would further impact it.

Lastly, I am firmly opposed to opening TDK Boulevard. It will not help with the traffic and will only further impact the terrible congestion within our city’s infrastructure.

So once again, thank you all who voted this year and who voted for me for Post 4. I will absolutely work hard to uphold the faith you have shown in me.

Frank Destadio

Post 4 Councilman-elect

Peachtree City, Ga.


  1. I am so pleased that we have a councilman who appreciates the village concept of PTC, stays within our city’s design standards, and clearly speak his mind for the betterment of all citizens of PTC regardless of political beliefs.
    Bravo Frank!