Monthly Archives: March 2019

Someone left the gate open

After the widespread effort to rig the college admissions process for children whose parents were willing to pay bribes, here is lighthearted take on the fascinating world of the Gatekeepers: Those in charge of accepting or rejecting students who, in a distinctly American rite of passage, apply for colleges all across the United States. Dear University…

Once-contested subdivision near Ingles approved

The contentious past of a large plot of land near the Fayetteville Ingles has found a positive conclusion with Thursday night’s approval of annexations and rezoning necessary for a residential development. Following years of disputes between the City of Fayetteville and developers, both in city chambers and in court rooms, along with complaints from neighbors…

PTC pushes back on TDK Blvd. extension plan

Fearing it will do little to alleviate the city’s growing congestion concerns, the Peachtree City Council voted Thursday night to formally oppose plans to extend TDK Boulevard into Coweta County. The proposed TDK Blvd. extension is part of the Fayette County Comprehensive Transportation Plan as a means to increase east-west connectivity with Coweta County. Peachtree…

Robert Allan Mangum

Robert Allan Mangum, 83, of Fayetteville, Georgia passed on Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Born on September 12, 1935 in Atlanta, GA, Robert (Bob) lived most of his young life in East Point, GA before retiring and living out his life in Fayetteville, GA. Robert was a member and an Elder of The Church of Jesus…

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