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Week of June 11, 2018

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HOT ISSUES

Planning Commission Meets Tonight

The Peachtree City Planning Commission meets Monday, June 11, 7:00 p.m., at City Hall. The public is welcome.  The agenda includes concept plats for Everton Phase 6 (MacDuff Pkwy) and Jones Creek (Senoia Rd), façade review for the Bank of America Building (Northlake Dr), and landscape plans for Delta Credit Union (Hwy 74 N) and CertainTeed (Sierra Dr).  The complete agenda and packet are available at www.peachtree-city.org/PlanningAgenda

 

REMINDER:  Graduation Banners Down Tomorrow

All graduation signs & banners that were placed in City owned right-of-way at neighborhood entrances must be removed by tomorrow (Tuesday, June 12).  Requirements and restrictions available at http://ga-peachtreecity2.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/Home/View/1821 .


Path Repaving Video:
  Peachtree City has posted a short video on the path repaving process for those interested at https://www.facebook.com/PeachtreeCityGA.gov/videos/10155772716528867/ 


Council Action from June 7

The Mayor and Council met on June 7 and took the following action:

  • Mayor Fleisch recognized Fire Battalion Chief Ron Mundy for 35 years of service to the City.
  • Council approved the Consent Agenda (Alcohol License for Highland Bakery at The Avenue, extension of Alcohol License Time Limit for Revolution, amendments to the Tree Ordinance, amendments to the Disorderly Conduct Ordinance, and cancellation of the July 5 City Council Meeting.
  • Council approved an amendment to the conditions of the zoning for LUR-17 (279 Senoia Rd) to correct a mistype in the ordinance as approved.
  • Staff gave an update on the City’s street paving projects for 2018, with 3.76 of the original 8.78 miles of streets in the contract completed that evening and over 60% complete expected to be completed by the end of the week.  An additional 5 miles of roads were planned to be added this year  (view map at http://www.peachtree-city.org/DocumentCenter/View/11115)


COMMUNITY NEWS

Wildlife Reminders and Tips

With over 3,000 acres of green space that includes woodlands, streams, lakes, and ponds, Peachtree City has wildlife in abundance.  Most of our resident creatures (foxes, deer, rabbits, birds, turtles and tortoises, snakes, etc.) are out and about more right now with young, so it is a good time to remind everyone to always use caution and be aware that wild animals should be left alone.  Several local natives can carry rabies, including bats, skunks, raccoons, and foxes.  Coyotes and some raptors can prey on smaller dogs and cats.  Some local snakes, such as water moccasins, are venomous (and it is illegal to kill nonvenomous snakes in Georgia). 

Residents who live or play near any of Peachtree City’s lakes or ponds and along the paths are reminded of the following wildlife safety tips that apply year-round:

  • Leave wildlife alone when you encounter it (even babies – birds and deer will leave babies and return later in the day).
  • Never feed wild animals (including ducks and geese).  It reduces their natural fear of humans.  Keep garbage cans covered with secured lids, and do not leave pet food containers outside at night. 
  • Make sure pets have the mandated rabies vaccines and keep them up to date.
  • If you see a normally nocturnal creature (bat, skunk, raccoon, or fox) wandering around in the daytime, avoid it.
  • If your pet is attacked and bitten by a wild animal, immediately take it to the veterinarian.
  • If a wild animal approaches you or acts aggressively, call 911. Otherwise, allow it to go on its way.  If you need to have it removed from your house, contact a wildlife operator (Animal Control will   
  • If you swim in streams, ponds, or lakes (swimming is prohibited in Lake Kedron and Lake McIntosh), swim only during daylight hours.
  • Pay attention when out on the paths.  Avoid vegetation-filled areas along streams, lakes, and other bodies of water that can host a variety of wildlife.
  • Never allow small children to play unattended near water - watch them closely at all times.  Wild animals are not the only hazards, and a small child can drown quickly.
  • Keep an eye on pets and keep them out of dense undergrowth along the paths and in yards – these areas can harbor snakes and other animals dangerous to your pet, which will be naturally curious about anything unusual that it may find.


Registration Information & Reminders

Peachtree City Recreation Summer Camps – Many of the Kedron Camps have sibling discounts. Registration and remaining camp information available online at www.peachtree-city.org/recreation and in person at Kedron Fieldhouse & Aquatic Center.

Camp WILD (Water, Insects, Leaves, Dirt!) for ages 6-12 – Southern Conservation Trust (SCT) will hold one-week half-day (8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.) sessions. Explore SCT’s nature areas and participate in arts and crafts and traditional camp activities. Sessions begin June 18, June 25, July 9, and July 16. For more info, visit https://sctlandtrust.org/campwild/

MHS Mini Cheer Camp for PreK to 8th Graders – July 16 – 19, 12:30 – 3:30 p.m., at McIntosh High School Gym. 

Dragon Boat Teams – the Rotary Club is registering teams and individuals for the September 22 Dragon Boat Festival – https://ptcdragonboats.org/. 


CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS & TRAFFIC ADVISORIES

Spyglass Island / Battery Way Boat Docks Path – The bridge is near completion and the path from the bridge to Battery Way Boat Docks is in the process of being repaved.  Equipment may cause some delays or detours until this project is finished. 

Drake Field Pavilion - Work on the pavilion is underway, with the goal of having the project completed for the 4th of July (but, as always, weather may influence construction schedules).

BMX Track CLOSED for Maintenance through June 30 - Work continues with a goal of having the project completed and the facility open on July 1.  Check for project updates at https://www.facebook.com/ptcbmx

Lake Peachtree Spillway Replacement - Based on the update on May 17, work remains about 4 weeks behind due to weather.  The lake will remain at this level through July 4, will be lowered beginning July 5 for the final removal of the cofferdam (expected to take no more than 2 weeks once the lake is lowered).  Once the cofferdam has been removed, the valve will be closed and the lake allowed to return to full pool.  

 

Utility /Right-of-Way Projects

Visit www.peachtree-city.org/Construction for a listing of utility projects.  REMINDER:  Utility work takes place in City-owned Right-of-Way or Utility Easements.  Please do not threaten contractors – they are allowed to work in this area whether you personally want the service or not. While it may be your “yard,” it is not your property.  Contractors will restore grass when done in the neighborhood.  No one should have private sprinkler systems or electric dog fences in the public right-of-way, but if you do, please mark them when you see other utilities marked in your yard.  The utility contractors are not responsible for restoring these items, and locate services (811) will not know about them to mark them. 


CALENDAR

Fayette County Board of Commissioners Meeting – Thursday, June 14, 6:30 p.m., at 140 Stonewall Ave W, Suite 100, in Fayetteville.  Agenda information available at http://www.fayettecountyga.gov/administration/BOC/archives/2018/06-14-2018-Agenda.pdf

Peachtree City Airport Authority Meeting – Thursday, June 14, 7:00 p.m., in the main terminal building at Atlanta Regional Airport - Falcon Field, 7 Falcon Drive. The public is welcome.

Libraries Rock: An Evening of Live Music and Trivia (After Hours) – Friday, June 15, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., in the main area of the Peachtree City Library.  An evening of music with acoustic guitarist/vocalist Jimmy Bass punctuated by trivia, both musical and literary. It's “Name That Tune meets Jeopardy!” will appeal to fans of classic rock!

Fayette County Water Guardians Lake Peachtree Cleanup – Saturday, June 16, 8:00 a.m. – Noon, meeting at Battery Way Park (110 Battery Way).  Trash grabber, trash bags, and bottled water provided. Bring canoe or kayak, life vest, sunscreen, and hat (and gloves for shoreline walkers). Pre-registration required - a mandatory liability waiver will be sent to all volunteers and must be completed in order to participate. https://www.facebook.com/FayetteWaterGuardians/

Brian Setzer’s Rockabilly Riot! @ The Fred – Saturday, June 16.  For concert information and tickets, visit www.amphitheater.org.

Meet the Artists: Silvia Feenaghty & Sheri Anderson – Sunday, June 17, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m., at the Peachtree City Library.  The artists featured this month represent two local art associations, Silvia Feenaghty with the Fayette Society of Fine Arts and Sheri Anderson with the Newnan-Coweta Art Association. Both artists will be available to discuss their techniques and inspirations at this event that will be held near their artwork display.  This program is free and open to the public.

FSS Presents: Grave Landscapes – Monday, June 18, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., at The Gathering Place (203 McIntosh Tr).  Author and preservationist Erica Danylchak shares the history of rural cemetery movement. As people begin to flock to cities during the Industrial Revolution, overcrowding led to full urban graveyards that were unsightly and a source of public health concerns. The solution features an opportunity to create more space while providing beautiful graveyards to honor our loved ones. This program is FREE but pre-registration is required at 770-461-0813 or register@fayss.org (include name, phone number, and event title). Fayette Senior Services members and non-members welcome. www.fayss.org

Fayette Rocks Family Program – Wednesday, June 20, 2:00 - 3:30 p.m., in the Children's Storytime Area at the PTC Library.  Fayette Rocks Kindness Project will hold a free "Kindness Rocks" Painting Event (while supplies last). All materials will be provided. The rocks and paint pens have been donated for this fun event! Help spread kindness around our wonderful community through creating inspirational rocks for others to find.

Pre-Pro Men’s Soccer: PTC MOBA vs. Memphis FC – Thursday, June 21, 7:30 p.m., at 1000 MOBA Drive. https://www.mobasoccer.com/tickets

Pre-Pro Men’s Soccer: PTC MOBA vs. Memphis FC – Saturday, June 23, 7:30 p.m., at 1000 MOBA Drive. https://www.mobasoccer.com/tickets

McIntosh Chiefs Football Kickoff Classic Golf Tournament – Tuesday, June 26, at Planterra Ridge Golf course. For an application, sponsorship info, or tournament questions contact Matdenison@yahoo.com or call 651-214-5092.

Pre-Pro Men’s Soccer: PTC MOBA vs. Mississippi Brilla FC – Thursday, June 28, 7:30 p.m., at 1000 MOBA Drive. https://www.mobasoccer.com/tickets

Action Wrestling Benefit Show – Friday, June 29, 7:30 p.m., at the Roger Spencer Community Center in Tyrone (145 Commerce Dr.).  All proceeds benefit Advo-Kids CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) serving Fayette, Spalding, Pike, and Upson Counties.  Tickets at www.action-wrestling.com

Pre-Pro Women’s Soccer: PTC MOBA vs. Memphis Lobos – Saturday, June 30, 7:30 p.m., at 1000 MOBA Drive. https://www.mobasoccer.com/tickets

Peachtree City Celebrates Independence Day!! – Wednesday, July 4.  Parade begins at 9:00 a.m. on Peachtree Pkwy S (from Village on the Green to McIntosh Trail, ending at Shakerag Knoll/Huddleston Elementary).  4th Fest at City Hall Plaza, 5:00 – 9:00 p.m., features live music, food vendors, and activities for the whole family.  Fireworks over Lake Peachtree begin at dusk. 

ONGOING

Current Recreation Activities Catalog available at www.peachtree-city.org/recreation.

Peachtree City Yard Sales – Signs at City Hall, List on the PTC App.  Authorized yard sale signs are available at City Hall for $0.50 each, and the yard sale application and rules are available at City Hall or online at http://www.peachtree-city.org/index.aspx?nid=979 .  View upcoming yard sales via the free Peachtree City App:

Yard sales must be registered by noon on Thursday to be included on the PTC App for the weekend.

Tree Removal Permits – Tree removal permit applications are reviewed by the Planning and Zoning Department – visit www.peachtree-city.org/tree for FAQ and application.

Burn Ban – No outdoor burning is allowed from May 1 – September 30 under the State Mandated Burn Ban.

“My Community Officer” Program – The Peachtree City Police Department’s “My Community Officer” program pairs officers who have volunteered to serve as individual points of contact with each neighborhood in Peachtree City for questions or issues on police related issues.  Learn more at www.peachtree-city.org/MyCommunityOfficer. Please make sure the department has updated Homeowner Association contact information via this page as well.

Recycling – The Peachtree City Recycling Center (off Highway 74 S at Rockaway Road) accepts yard waste and e-waste and is open on Wednesdays, 1:00 – 4:30 p.m., and Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Recycling Stations at Public Works are open 24/7 and include a used book drop. No aerosol cans or plastic bags can be accepted. For more information, email kptcb@peachtree-city.org or call 770-632-3195.

Doing Business with Peachtree City – Do you operate or work for a local business that would be interested in doing business with the City?  Visit www.peachtree-city.org/bids to check out current bids and Requests for Proposals/Information, and sign up for the City’s vendor list.

Crime Tips – If you have information that would assist the Police Department in any local crimes, please call 770-487-8866 or submit an anonymous tip at www.peachtree-city.org/police and selecting “Crime Tips” or the department’s Facebook app, or text "PTCTIPS” and the information to 274637 (“CRIMES”)"

MedReturn Prescription Disposal Program – Citizens can bring unwanted prescriptions to the PTC Police Station Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (NO needles/sharps, syringes with needles, thermometers, IV bags, bloody or infectious waste, personal care products, empty containers, inhalers, medical equipment, liquids, creams, or hydrogen peroxide).



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Week of June 11, 2018

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HOT ISSUES

Planning Commission Meets Tonight
The Peachtree City Planning Commission meets Monday, June 11, 7:00 p.m., at City Hall. The public is welcome. The agenda includes concept plats for Everton Phase 6 (MacDuff Pkwy) and Jones Creek (Senoia Rd), façade review for the Bank of America Building (Northlake Dr), and landscape plans for Delta Credit Union (Hwy 74 N) and CertainTeed (Sierra Dr). The complete agenda and packet are available at www.peachtree-city.org/PlanningAgenda

REMINDER: Graduation Banners Down Tomorrow
All graduation signs & banners that were placed in City owned right-of-way at neighborhood entrances must be removed by tomorrow (Tuesday, June 12). Requirements and restrictions available at http://ga-peachtreecity2.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/Home/View/1821.

Path Repaving Video: Peachtree City has posted a short video on the path repaving process for those interested at https://www.facebook.com/PeachtreeCityGA.gov/videos/10155772716528867/

Council Action from June 7
The Mayor and Council met on June 7 and took the following action:
• Mayor Fleisch recognized Fire Battalion Chief Ron Mundy for 35 years of service to the City.
• Council approved the Consent Agenda (Alcohol License for Highland Bakery at The Avenue, extension of Alcohol License Time Limit for Revolution, amendments to the Tree Ordinance, amendments to the Disorderly Conduct Ordinance, and cancellation of the July 5 City Council Meeting.
• Council approved an amendment to the conditions of the zoning for LUR-17 (279 Senoia Rd) to correct a mistype in the ordinance as approved.
• Staff gave an update on the City’s street paving projects for 2018, with 3.76 of the original 8.78 miles of streets in the contract completed that evening and over 60% complete expected to be completed by the end of the week. An additional 5 miles of roads were planned to be added this year (view map at http://www.peachtree-city.org/DocumentCenter/View/11115)

COMMUNITY NEWS

Wildlife Reminders and Tips
With over 3,000 acres of green space that includes woodlands, streams, lakes, and ponds, Peachtree City has wildlife in abundance. Most of our resident creatures (foxes, deer, rabbits, birds, turtles and tortoises, snakes, etc.) are out and about more right now with young, so it is a good time to remind everyone to always use caution and be aware that wild animals should be left alone. Several local natives can carry rabies, including bats, skunks, raccoons, and foxes. Coyotes and some raptors can prey on smaller dogs and cats. Some local snakes, such as water moccasins, are venomous (and it is illegal to kill nonvenomous snakes in Georgia).

Residents who live or play near any of Peachtree City’s lakes or ponds and along the paths are reminded of the following wildlife safety tips that apply year-round:
• Leave wildlife alone when you encounter it (even babies – birds and deer will leave babies and return later in the day).
• Never feed wild animals (including ducks and geese). It reduces their natural fear of humans. Keep garbage cans covered with secured lids, and do not leave pet food containers outside at night.
• Make sure pets have the mandated rabies vaccines and keep them up to date.
• If you see a normally nocturnal creature (bat, skunk, raccoon, or fox) wandering around in the daytime, avoid it.
• If your pet is attacked and bitten by a wild animal, immediately take it to the veterinarian.
• If a wild animal approaches you or acts aggressively, call 911. Otherwise, allow it to go on its way. If you need to have it removed from your house, contact a wildlife operator (Animal Control will
• If you swim in streams, ponds, or lakes (swimming is prohibited in Lake Kedron and Lake McIntosh), swim only during daylight hours.
• Pay attention when out on the paths. Avoid vegetation-filled areas along streams, lakes, and other bodies of water that can host a variety of wildlife.
• Never allow small children to play unattended near water - watch them closely at all times. Wild animals are not the only hazards, and a small child can drown quickly.
• Keep an eye on pets and keep them out of dense undergrowth along the paths and in yards – these areas can harbor snakes and other animals dangerous to your pet, which will be naturally curious about anything unusual that it may find.


Registration Information & Reminders

Peachtree City Recreation Summer Camps – Many of the Kedron Camps have sibling discounts. Registration and remaining camp information available online at www.peachtree-city.org/recreation and in person at Kedron Fieldhouse & Aquatic Center.

Camp WILD (Water, Insects, Leaves, Dirt!) for ages 6-12 – Southern Conservation Trust (SCT) will hold one-week half-day (8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.) sessions. Explore SCT’s nature areas and participate in arts and crafts and traditional camp activities. Sessions begin June 18, June 25, July 9, and July 16. For more info, visit https://sctlandtrust.org/campwild/

MHS Mini Cheer Camp for PreK to 8th Graders – July 16 – 19, 12:30 – 3:30 p.m., at McIntosh High School Gym.

Dragon Boat Teams – the Rotary Club is registering teams and individuals for the September 22 Dragon Boat Festival – https://ptcdragonboats.org/.

CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS & TRAFFIC ADVISORIES

Spyglass Island / Battery Way Boat Docks Path – The bridge is near completion and the path from the bridge to Battery Way Boat Docks is in the process of being repaved. Equipment may cause some delays or detours until this project is finished.

Drake Field Pavilion - Work on the pavilion is underway, with the goal of having the project completed for the 4th of July (but, as always, weather may influence construction schedules).

BMX Track CLOSED for Maintenance through June 30 - Work continues with a goal of having the project completed and the facility open on July 1. Check for project updates at https://www.facebook.com/ptcbmx

Lake Peachtree Spillway Replacement - Based on the update on May 17, work remains about 4 weeks behind due to weather. The lake will remain at this level through July 4, will be lowered beginning July 5 for the final removal of the cofferdam (expected to take no more than 2 weeks once the lake is lowered). Once the cofferdam has been removed, the valve will be closed and the lake allowed to return to full pool.

Utility /Right-of-Way Projects
Visit www.peachtree-city.org/Construction for a listing of utility projects. REMINDER: Utility work takes place in City-owned Right-of-Way or Utility Easements. Please do not threaten contractors – they are allowed to work in this area whether you personally want the service or not. While it may be your “yard,” it is not your property. Contractors will restore grass when done in the neighborhood. No one should have private sprinkler systems or electric dog fences in the public right-of-way, but if you do, please mark them when you see other utilities marked in your yard. The utility contractors are not responsible for restoring these items, and locate services (811) will not know about them to mark them.


CALENDAR

Fayette County Board of Commissioners Meeting – Thursday, June 14, 6:30 p.m., at 140 Stonewall Ave W, Suite 100, in Fayetteville. Agenda information available at http://www.fayettecountyga.gov/administration/BOC/archives/2018/06-14-2018-Agenda.pdf

Peachtree City Airport Authority Meeting – Thursday, June 14, 7:00 p.m., in the main terminal building at Atlanta Regional Airport - Falcon Field, 7 Falcon Drive. The public is welcome.

Libraries Rock: An Evening of Live Music and Trivia (After Hours) – Friday, June 15, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., in the main area of the Peachtree City Library. An evening of music with acoustic guitarist/vocalist Jimmy Bass punctuated by trivia, both musical and literary. It's “Name That Tune meets Jeopardy!” will appeal to fans of classic rock!

Fayette County Water Guardians Lake Peachtree Cleanup – Saturday, June 16, 8:00 a.m. – Noon, meeting at Battery Way Park (110 Battery Way). Trash grabber, trash bags, and bottled water provided. Bring canoe or kayak, life vest, sunscreen, and hat (and gloves for shoreline walkers). Pre-registration required - a mandatory liability waiver will be sent to all volunteers and must be completed in order to participate. https://www.facebook.com/FayetteWaterGuardians/

Brian Setzer’s Rockabilly Riot! @ The Fred – Saturday, June 16. For concert information and tickets, visit www.amphitheater.org.

Meet the Artists: Silvia Feenaghty & Sheri Anderson – Sunday, June 17, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m., at the Peachtree City Library. The artists featured this month represent two local art associations, Silvia Feenaghty with the Fayette Society of Fine Arts and Sheri Anderson with the Newnan-Coweta Art Association. Both artists will be available to discuss their techniques and inspirations at this event that will be held near their artwork display. This program is free and open to the public.

FSS Presents: Grave Landscapes – Monday, June 18, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m., at The Gathering Place (203 McIntosh Tr). Author and preservationist Erica Danylchak shares the history of rural cemetery movement. As people begin to flock to cities during the Industrial Revolution, overcrowding led to full urban graveyards that were unsightly and a source of public health concerns. The solution features an opportunity to create more space while providing beautiful graveyards to honor our loved ones. This program is FREE but pre-registration is required at 770-461-0813 or register@fayss.org (include name, phone number, and event title). Fayette Senior Services members and non-members welcome. www.fayss.org

Fayette Rocks Family Program – Wednesday, June 20, 2:00 -?3:30 p.m., in the Children's Storytime Area at the PTC Library. Fayette Rocks Kindness Project will hold a free "Kindness Rocks" Painting Event (while supplies last). All materials will be provided. The rocks and paint pens have been donated for this fun event! Help spread kindness around our wonderful community through creating inspirational rocks for others to find.

Pre-Pro Men’s Soccer: PTC MOBA vs. Memphis FC – Thursday, June 21, 7:30 p.m., at 1000 MOBA Drive. https://www.mobasoccer.com/tickets

Pre-Pro Men’s Soccer: PTC MOBA vs. Memphis FC – Saturday, June 23, 7:30 p.m., at 1000 MOBA Drive. https://www.mobasoccer.com/tickets

McIntosh Chiefs Football Kickoff Classic Golf Tournament – Tuesday, June 26, at Planterra Ridge Golf course. For an application, sponsorship info, or tournament questions contact Matdenison@yahoo.com or call 651-214-5092.

Pre-Pro Men’s Soccer: PTC MOBA vs. Mississippi Brilla FC – Thursday, June 28, 7:30 p.m., at 1000 MOBA Drive. https://www.mobasoccer.com/tickets

Action Wrestling Benefit Show – Friday, June 29, 7:30 p.m., at the Roger Spencer Community Center in Tyrone (145 Commerce Dr.). All proceeds benefit Advo-Kids CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) serving Fayette, Spalding, Pike, and Upson Counties. Tickets at www.action-wrestling.com

Pre-Pro Women’s Soccer: PTC MOBA vs. Memphis Lobos – Saturday, June 30, 7:30 p.m., at 1000 MOBA Drive. https://www.mobasoccer.com/tickets

Peachtree City Celebrates Independence Day!! – Wednesday, July 4. Parade begins at 9:00 a.m. on Peachtree Pkwy S (from Village on the Green to McIntosh Trail, ending at Shakerag Knoll/Huddleston Elementary). 4th Fest at City Hall Plaza, 5:00 – 9:00 p.m., features live music, food vendors, and activities for the whole family. Fireworks over Lake Peachtree begin at dusk.


ONGOING

Current Recreation Activities Catalog available at www.peachtree-city.org/recreation.

Peachtree City Yard Sales – Signs at City Hall, List on the PTC App. Authorized yard sale signs are available at City Hall for $0.50 each, and the yard sale application and rules are available at City Hall or online at http://www.peachtree-city.org/index.aspx?nid=979 . View upcoming yard sales via the free Peachtree City App:
• Android - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app_ptcmag.layout
• iPhone - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/the-peachtree-city-app/id527020141?mt=8
Yard sales must be registered by noon on Thursday to be included on the PTC App for the weekend.

Tree Removal Permits – Tree removal permit applications are reviewed by the Planning and Zoning Department – visit www.peachtree-city.org/tree for FAQ and application.

Burn Ban – No outdoor burning is allowed from May 1 – September 30 under the State Mandated Burn Ban.

“My Community Officer” Program – The Peachtree City Police Department’s “My Community Officer” program pairs officers who have volunteered to serve as individual points of contact with each neighborhood in Peachtree City for questions or issues on police related issues. Learn more at www.peachtree-city.org/MyCommunityOfficer. Please make sure the department has updated Homeowner Association contact information via this page as well.

Recycling – The Peachtree City Recycling Center (off Highway 74 S at Rockaway Road) accepts yard waste and e-waste and is open on Wednesdays, 1:00 – 4:30 p.m., and Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Recycling Stations at Public Works are open 24/7 and include a used book drop. No aerosol cans or plastic bags can be accepted. For more information, email kptcb@peachtree-city.org or call 770-632-3195.

Doing Business with Peachtree City – Do you operate or work for a local business that would be interested in doing business with the City? Visit www.peachtree-city.org/bids to check out current bids and Requests for Proposals/Information, and sign up for the City’s vendor list.

Crime Tips – If you have information that would assist the Police Department in any local crimes, please call 770-487-8866 or submit an anonymous tip at www.peachtree-city.org/police and selecting “Crime Tips” or the department’s Facebook app, or text "PTCTIPS” and the information to 274637 (“CRIMES”)"

MedReturn Prescription Disposal Program – Citizens can bring unwanted prescriptions to the PTC Police Station Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (NO needles/sharps, syringes with needles, thermometers, IV bags, bloody or infectious waste, personal care products, empty containers, inhalers, medical equipment, liquids, creams, or hydrogen peroxide).

* * * * * * *

UPDATES is a weekly newsletter sent by the City of Peachtree City (151 Willowbend Rd., Peachtree City, GA 30269) to opt-in subscribers. If you do not wish to receive these messages, please accept our apologies, and unsubscribe by visiting our website at:
http://peachtree-city.org/list.asp?mode=del [http://peachtree-city.org/list.asp?mode=del]

Please note, we will not sell or give your e-mail address to anyorganization without your explicit permission.

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