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Peachtree City adds two paving projects

Peachtree City adds two paving projects

Two Peachtree City subdivisions will get their streets repaved ahead of schedule. The City Council voted 5-0 on Sept. 19 to add $500,000 to the current contract with Atlanta Paving and Concrete to include Calgary Place and Muirfield (located on opposite sides of Braelinn Road) on the list of […] Click here to view original… Keep Reading

Kiwanis donation supports Peachtree City DARE program

Kiwanis donation supports Peachtree City DARE program

Peachtree City has received a donation from the local Kiwanis Club to support the police department’s drug education program. The City Council formally accepted the $1,248.65 donation at its Sept. 5 meeting and has adjusted its coming year’s budget accordingly. The city’s annual fund for the DARE (Drug Abuse […] Click here to view original… Keep Reading

Mayor, council get raises in Peachtree City

Mayor, council get raises in Peachtree City

Starting in January, Peachtree City’s mayor and City Council members will get a pay raise for the first time since 2007. The mayor’s annual salary will go from $18,000 to $21,600; the other four council members will receive $14,400 a year, up from $12,000. The change was first discussed […] Click here to view original… Keep Reading

Hoshizaki America Creates “Green Team” For Environmental Stewardship

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — Hoshizaki America Inc.’s newest employee group is working hard to make a difference at Hoshizaki and in the local community. Hoshizaki America’s Green Team is committed to environmental stewardship through education and continual improvements in the areas of corporate sustainability, personal responsibility, and community engagement. This group of employees wants to… Keep Reading

Fayetteville to distribute lock boxes for medications

Fayetteville to distribute lock boxes for medications

Fayetteville will commemorate International Overdose Awareness Day on Aug. 31 by giving away medication lock boxes and planting a tree downtown to memorialize citizens lost to drug addiction. The event will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the gazebo in the Fayette County administrative complex at 140 Stonewall […] Click here to view original… Keep Reading

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