Peachtree City Mayor Vanessa Fleisch’s comments came as the City Council last Thursday was preparing to vote to keep the city property tax rate the same as last year: 6.232 mills.
The City of Peachtree City, in an effort to plan for its future, is performing a study to explore opportunities for re-envisioning certain segments of the City as vibrant, walkable places that encourage increased mobility, healthy lifestyles and improved access to jobs and services.
The city council earlier this month already adopted its Fiscal Year 2021 budget that plans to spend about $38.561 million before Oct. 1, 2021. The property tax collections represent about 42% of that total budget.
A mixed-use rezoning proposal for a 78-acre tract along Ga. Highway 54 East got a unanimous recommendation for denial on Aug. 10 by the Peachtree City Planning Commission.
Stressing cart path safety and accountability for parents of underage — and illegal — golf cart operators, Assistant Police Chief Matt Meyers asked the Peachtree City Council for ordinance changes that give police clear power to prosecute scofflaws.
While a number of cities have canceled, postponed or scaled down their entertainment visions, others have looked for workarounds.
The virus officially named “2019-nCoV” has left its mark on the upcoming Fiscal Year 2021 budget for Peachtree City, as well as some of its employees.
Action by the Peachtree City Planning Commission on July 13 led to the approval of a conceptual site plan for a 6,912 sq. ft. retail building to by situated on a 1-acre parcel on Ga. Highway 54 East.
The Peachtree City Planning Commission on July 13 recommended an action that could lead to 30 residential townhome units on Rockaway Road. Next stop for the proposal is the City Council Thursday, July 16.
Peachtree City officials are reminding residents that the Peachtree City Police Department’s On-line Crime or Incident Reporting is live and ready to use at peachtreecitypolice.org.