A development that drew some public outcry Nov. 7 at the Peachtree City Council meeting got another approval at the Nov. 11 Peachtree City Planning Commission meeting.
The Lexington Circle commercial and residential area on Ga. Highway 54 East in Peachtree City will be getting a new business. Peachtree City planning commissioners on Nov. 11 approved the conceptual site plan for a 3,600 sq. ft. medical office building.
A training course for SWAT leaders from across the U.S. was recently completed at the Peachtree City Police Department.
The Peachtree City Council Thursday night approved a rezoning at Petrol Point and Tivoli Gardens, and also received an update on how future zoning issues must be addressed.
The Georgia Police K9 Foundation has vested 58 Georgia Law Enforcement K9s. K9 Midas of the Peachtree City Police Department is the latest to receive a LOF Streetfighter Vest.
A piece of land within shouting distance of McIntosh High School is headed for a significant makeover after lying undeveloped for more than three decades.
With a unanimous 5-0 vote, the Peachtree City Council rejected a developer’s request for an annexation on the city’s northside next to Kedron Hills subdivision.
Peachtree City Police Chief Janet Moon was sworn in as the new 2nd vice president of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police (GACP) on July 23.
The Peachtree City Photography Club announces the exhibition of an assortment of original photographs at the Peachtree City Library, as a part of the Peachtree City Library Arts Initiative. The photographs will be on exhibit until June 30.
On Tuesday night, the Peachtree City Council voted to move forward with a proposal to raise public service employees pay by $2,500 per year.