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Teacher from Germany makes memorable impact By Celia Shortt celia@newnan.com Moreland Elementary School teacher Janey Allen brought more with her this school year than just her experience as a special education teacher when she joined Moreland’s staff. She also brought a student teacher from Germany who has become an important part of the Moreland Elementary community in her seven weeks at the school. “I was invited by her to be an intern at Poplar Road,” said Anika Huter, a graduate student at the University of Oldenburg who is working on her master’s degree. “Her class was cut [in Germany]. So I came with her here.” Huter grew up in a small German village, and since the 10th grade, has long hoped to be a special education teacher. “We had special education kids in our little village,” she said. “I grew up being with these kids and having fun. Since 10th grade, I have wanted to be a special education teacher.” Germany, unlike the U.S., has only just began incorporating inclusion classes for special

education students. The U.S. has been practicing this method of education for much longer. Inclusion classes are those with both special education students and traditional students learning alongside each other. Huter wanted to study those classes for her master’s thesis — to see if the special education students were really included. Huter’s thesis is on American inclusion classrooms and the differences it makes in a special-needs child’s educational experience. Huter’s research includes questions and activities to verify that special education students are included in activities with traditional students and in what ways. “I asked each student four questions about who they did homework with, played with, and studied with,” she said. “For younger students, I asked who they read books with — things like that.” From those answers and specific activities which studied how the students included each other, Huter found successful results in her research. “I wanted to find out if they were really included,” she said.

“And they are really included. For example, students play with them at recess and at home.” “My research shows inclusion works,” she added. “I am going to take it back to Germany and use it there.” Huter also gave German lessons to the students. “One special needs student w it h m a ny cha l lenges ha s learned to speak German and has learned German numbers,” sa id Morela nd Elementa r y School Principal Melanie Perry. “He is more fluent in German than in English.” Both Perry and Allen are sad to see her go, but are glad that she was able to start off the school year at Moreland Elementary. “We’re going to miss her so much,” said Allen. “She did great. The kids are going to Photo By Celia Shortt really miss her. They love her Anika Huter, on left, is pictured here with her friend and supervising teacher at Moreland Elementary School, so much.” Janey Allen. Huter has been at Moreland since the start of the school year, assisting Allen with her special “She’s been like a jewel for education classes and studying inclusion classes in the U.S. us,” said Perry. “Her classroom management and teaching the kids about other cultures, it’s “I’d like to thank Mrs. Allen, people I met, I will miss the ters of school before she can just been great.” Ms. Perry, Ms. Cross, the staff, weather,” she added with a start teaching. Once the two semesters are completed, she smile. Huter is also sad to go, but is and the teachers,” she said. “It’s Huter will return to Ger- will have student teaching for thankful for the experience and many and begin school in Octo- 18 months and then receive her happy with what she was able been a great experience.” to accomplish. “Other than friends and the ber. She has two more semes- teaching certificate.

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The PTC Classic consists of three different races: a women’s 5K, a men’s 5K, and the 15K open. All races are run on separate TAC-certified courses, and start and finish at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater.

Peachtree City Classic now part of USATF Trifecta Next month’s Peachtree City Classic, hosted annually by Peachtree City Running Club, will be the second in a series of three USA Track and Field races in Georgia as part of the Long Distance and Masters Running Competitions. PTC Classic Race Director George Martin, in making the announcement, explained the first running event in the series is the Iron Horse Express 5K, which takes place today in Kennesaw. The second is the PTC Classic 15K on Oct. 19, and the final event is the Dalton Red Carpet Half Marathon on Oct. 26. Cash prizes ranging from $25 to $300 are awarded to the top five male and female in the open and masters (40+) categories in each event.

“We are excited to be part of this trio of high profile races and believe it will only add prestige and credibility to our aptly named ‘Classic’ race,” Martin said. Details are available at the GA USATF website at www. usatfga.org. The PTC Classic consists of three different races: a women’s 5K, a men’s 5K, and the 15K open. All races are run on separate TAC-certified courses, and start and finish at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater. The 5K races for men and women are open to the first 800 entrants in each category. The 15K is open to the first 1,500 entrants. All finishers in the different races will receive a special commemorative edition technical shirt to mark the

33rd year of this event. The races will take place on Oct. 19 along the scenic golf cart paths of Peachtree City. It is one of the most popular runs not only in Georgia, but in the Southeast, said Bob Dalton of the running club. The race is unique in its use of paved cart paths for the race. This scenic race is run mostly on the paths through the greenbelt areas, by lakes, through small tunnels, in the beautiful planned community of Peachtree City. “T he 1 5 K wa s voted t he best 15K course in Georgia by Georgia Athlete Magazine and is always a sellout,” Dalton said. “So participants are strongly encouraged to register early.” The 15K race is the RRCA State Championship again this year.

A Pre-Race Expo will be held at the amphitheater on Oct. 18 from 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. A Race Day Expo will be held 7 – 11 a.m. also at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater. The expos will include health and fitness products, sponsors, and selected vendors. Applications are available at various locations in Peachtree City, Newnan, and Fayetteville, including local recreation departments, libraries, and sporting goods stores. Applications are also available at Ultimate Fitness, T&G All Sports, Smith and Davis, Play It Again Sports, and World Gym. You can also register online at www.ptcrc.com and for more information send an email to ptcclassic@aol.com.

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rench fries are one of a kid’s favorite things to eat. But there’s a whole lot more that can be made from delicious, nutritious potatoes. “I love the versatility of potatoes,” said Chef Justin Timineri, Executive Chef and Culinary Ambassador of Agriculture and Consumer Services. “There are so many different kinds of potatoes that can be flavored in just about any way you like. Get Chef Justin Timineri the kids into the kitchen with you and experiment with making potato dishes the whole family will enjoy.” Find recipes on page 6 that will have the kids saying, “Pass the potatoes, please!”

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Asa Powell Expo Center October 5 10:00 a.m – 2:00 p.m. One mile fun walk with or without your dog. Food and merchant vendors, K-9 team, training tips, exhibitions, contests, raff les, pet adoptions, low-cost rabies vaccines, microchipping, and much more!

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Eldest takes the wheel I consider myself, for the most part, a fairly calm person. By that I mean there’s not a lot that fazes me. Twenty-six years in the news business means I’ve pretty much seen the worst and the best in people. Right now, I’m freaking out. Eldest SON has gotten his driving permit. Not the fullblown version, but rather the “intro” one that requires an adult to be sitting next to him. That adult is the one who constantly hits the phantom brake on the passenger side, who constantly says slow down, who

Spell chek It’s hard to get cranky at someone for doing something you’ve done yourself. In my case, more times than I can count. So I will not be chunking any stones at the students and teachers who put together the 2013 yearbook for Minnesota’s Moorhead High. But it looks like I might be in the minority. Anyone who has written, edited, laid out or even read a school yearbook knows that things go wrong. To paraphrase Forrest Gump, “P ublishing happens.” A student’s name is incorrectly spelled. A teacher is misidentified in a class picture. Photos of the weightlifting and chess clubs get switched. Those who aren’t affected may not even notice. No big deal. But the Moorhead mistake — a spelling error — is one that’s hard to overlook. First, because it’s on the yearbook cover. Second, because the word that’s misspelled is the name of the school. And the town. An extra “e” was added, turning Moorhead to Moorehead. Some people aren’t happy, not the Moores and certainly not the Moors. T h e i n c ide nt lef t t h o s e responsible red-faced, but for

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constantly says “watch out for (fill in the blank),” who is constantly putting his hands over his eyes, who keeps checking his heart rate. That adult would be me. Root canal? Upside down

roller coaster? Open heart surgery with eyes wide open? Bring it on. But not this. I am considered a pretty good instructor. Years ago, while living in Alaska, we got a little sports car with a standard transmission. Only problem was the Little Black Dress had never driven a standard. I can fix that. Or so I thought. Our first adventure with the clutch did not go quite as planned. I was, shall we say, a little on edge, but nothing a glass of wine couldn’t fix. So our next trip I’m a little calmer and we are doing alright, sort of. I keep having to say “put in the clutch, put in the

clutch, put in the clutch.” But I’m saying it in a sort of stutter because the car is jumping up and down — like trying to talk when someone is shaking you. And I’m trying to mop up all the wine that’s spilling all over me. But The Dress is a fast learner, and soon was looking quite sexy zipping around town in our little sports car. And she drove it here. That is, until I totaled it running into the back of a Coweta County Sheriff’s Office investigator’s car. But that’s another story. To his credit, Eldest is actually quite adept behind the wheel. I guess years of driving boats and golf carts and waverunners helps. He is 15 years old

and he is fearless. And that’s what I fear. Over my career, I’ve covered more car accidents than I can count. More upsetting, I’ve covered way too many fatalities, many here in Coweta. And now Eldest is controlling several hundred pounds of steel (okay, plastic in this day and age). And it freaks me out. So I keep reminding him of those fatalities, to always know what’s in front of him and behind him. To know there’s a blind spot and he has to turn to see, to always use his signals, to always stop at the stop sign and then move forward, to watch his speed, the curve, that car … And I realize I sound like my

Richland County, Ohio, caught President Andrew Jackson considerable heat not too long was such a bad speller, a politiago for a headline reading, cal opponent once mocked his “County spelling bee postoned way with the written word. ALEX Jackson responded with, “It one more time.” mcrae A paper near St. Louis head- is a damn poor mind that can lined an article, “Want to spell think of only one way to spell like a champ? Read Wenster’s a word.” A m e n , b r o t h e r. W h y, dictionar y.” The paper not only misspelled Webster’s, they even some so -ca l led l itermy money, the school couldn’t failed to capitalize Diction- ary geniuses displayed spellhave handled things better. ary, a double play in the dumb i ng sk i lls t hat would have I n stead of bla m i ng bud- department. made dictionery dude Wenster get cuts or standardized test Even a pope was victimized nauseous. fatigue, school officials admit- by poor newspaper spelling. A fter a pa r ticula r editor te d t he m i st a ke a nd to ok During the funeral of Pope John kept complaining about Ernest responsibility. They issued a Paul II, Cardinal Ratzinger — Hemingway’s poor spelling. statement saying, “The 2013 soon to be Pope Benedict — Hemingway fired back a note Moorhead High School year- was quoted as saying, "Today saying, “That’s what you’re book has been printed with we bury his remains in the hired to correct.” Moorhead spelled incorrectly earth as seeds of immorality." Moorhead High officials say on the cover. Multiple student Immorality. Immortality. To- they can’t afford to reprint the editors and the advisor proofed ma-to, to-mah-to. yearbooks, but might cover the the yearbook, which is a stuRatzinger said it properly. error with a sticker. dent-produced publication, but That’s all that cownts. I hope they don’t. the mistake was not caught. Things are tense today, but Letters written by political Moorhead High School regrets giants George Washington and years from now, only one Moorthat the error happened.” Winston Churchill demon- head High Yearbook will be Students can learn two great strate their poor spelling skills. talked about at class reunions. lessons from this. First, no mat- When it came to leading their I bet not a singel member of ter how hard you try, mistakes countries, they were at the head the Class of 2013 will complain. will be made. Second, people of the class. Neither was asked (send your email coments to: will forgive you if you admit an to spell victory. alexmmcrae@gmail.com) error and take the heat. As expected, some have gleefully piled on, calling this a perfect example of the decline of All major carriers direct - Shop rates & apply online American education. WWW.GAHEALTHCOVERAGE.COM They shouldn’t. Humans misJohn Williams, Jr. spell words. It happens. And (770) 253-9283 Authorized Agent not just in school publications. Request Quote: service@gahealthcoverage.com 5 LaGrange Street • Downtown Newnan For example, a newspaper in

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Three generations attend WGTC together for GED There is a special bond among a grandmother, mother and daughter. But for Jerrie Shackelford, Melanie Hamrick and Shannon Noles, that bond is bit more unique. These three generations of women began and completed the GED program at the Carroll Campus of West Georgia Technical College together. “Adult education can help change the lives of families and their futures,” said West Georgia Technical College President Dr. Skip Sullivan. “We congratulate Jerrie, Melanie and Shannon on their accomplishments.” When Shackelford was laid Three Generations of women attend West Georgia Technical College off from her contract position, simultaneously. From left: Jerrie Shackelford, grandmother; Shannon she thought it was the perNoles; Melanie Hamrick, mother. fect opportunity to go back to school. Hamrick was also cona load off my chest. When I ing and studying. While Noles templating another try at gethad to adjust to no longer being grasped that, I knew I could do ting her GED. a part of the traditional high this.” “I didn’t feel like I could school atmosphere and being In just nine short weeks, all do it, so I ended up quitting away from her friends, Shackel- three women received their school,” said Hamrick of her ford and Hamrick had to adjust GEDs along with new goals for previous GED attempt. to being back in a school atmo- their future. While her grandmother and sphere, all while juggling famThey are each looking formother made the decision to ily responsibilities. ward to pursuing the next obtain their GED together, “Studying at home was the Noles was enrolled in high step of their education at West hardest for me,” said Hamrick. school. At the time, Shannon Georgia Technical College. “I have five kids aged 5 to 16 was not doing well in school Shackelford plans to pursue a and it was hard to study and to Radiologic Technology degree, and didn’t feel that she was take care of them.” getting the help she needed. Hamrick is deciding between With only a 10th grade eduNoles decided to leave her the Clinical Laboratory Techcation and having been out of high school and pursue her nology or Dental Assisting school for over 30 years, Shack- programs and Noles looks forGED with her mother and elford faced the most difficulty ward to pursuing an Associate grandmother. Throughout the course of the in her pursuit of a GED. “I had program, the three generations the most trouble with math,” said Shackelford. “I would stay of women helped to push and up until 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. studymotivate each other through ing. WhenHerald I passed, that was the difficult times of learnAtlanta;Powers Htg & A/C;B26360;3.792x3-Newnan-Times

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The Coweta County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday to grant a conditional use permit for a recycling center on Hwy. 16 West/Carrollton Highway near the Hwy. 34 Bypass, while reducing a condition that forbid the “collection or storage

of garbage” on the property. The 9.43-acre site will be Several variance used for the sorting of recyclaapproved for Fischer ble material, which will then be shipped to other locations for Crossings, page 2A final processing. The applicant is Total Recycling of Georgia LLC, and the different things garbage,” said owners of the property are OliZoning Administrator Angela ver and Beth Gentry. “In talking with the applicant White. “We wanted to make and their engineer, we all call sure everyone understands —

we don’t want trash building up on that site.” T he word “ga rbage” is changed to “putrescible waste” as defined by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. Putrescible waste is essentially anything that can rot, such as kitchen scraps, food, and human and animal waste. Com m i s sioner A l Sm it h asked Gentry if they would be

doing metals recycling. “A ny ti me you get a permit, metals is involved,” Gentry said. “But our main focus is plastics, cardboard and paper.” Chairman Bob Blackburn asked if Gentry had visited neighbors and discussed his plans, and he said he had. “I commend you for that,”

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Conference center opens today By CELIA SHORTT celia@newnan.com

Guests arrive at the

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The grand opening of the long-awa ited city New na n Centre events facility located next to the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts on Lower Fayetteville Road will be today at 10 a.m. Those involved with the building of the facility celebrated at a black-tie ga la Tuesday. The Newnan Centre will be a multi-use facility for the city, businesses, and members of the community. Newnan Mayor Keith Brady and members of the Newnan City Council will officially cut the ribbon to open the facility and begin the day’s festivities. A dedication and light refreshments will follow. Newnan Convention Center Authority Chairman Parks Avery said he is excited about the new facility and what it means for Newnan and Coweta County. “This is going to be a cool place,” he said as the finishing touches were being made in April. “We are going to start seeing a ton of change all at once. Everything is going to start coming in at a quick pace.” Groundbreaking for the center took place in August 2011. Early in 2012, delays began when the contractor, D. Dean a nd A s soci ate s , h ad c a sh flow problems and a replacement had to be found. Headley Construction of Newnan was

we don’t want trash building up doing metals recycling. of garbage” on the property. on that site.” The 9.43-acre site will be “A ny ti me you get a perSeveral variance T h e w o r d “ g a r b a g e ” i s mit, metals is involved,” Genused for the sorting of recyclaapproved for Fischer changed to “putrescible waste” try said. “But our main focus is ble material, which will then be The Coweta County Board as defined by the Georgia Envi- plastics, cardboard and paper.” shipped to other locations for Crossings, page 2A of Commissioners voted Tues- final processing. ronmental Protection Division. Chairman Bob Blackburn day to grant a conditional use Putrescible waste is essentially asked if Gentry had visited The applicant is Total Recypermit for a recycling center on cling of Georgia LLC, and the different things garbage,” said anything that can rot, such neighbors and discussed his Hwy. 16 West/Carrollton High- owners of the property are Olias kitchen scraps, food, and plans, and he said he had. Zoning Administrator Angela way near the Hwy. 34 Bypass, ver and Beth Gentry. human and animal waste. “I commend you for that,” while reducing a condition that Com m i s sioner A l Sm it h “In talking with the applicant White. “We wanted to make SEE CENTER, page 2A forbid the “collection or storage and their engineer, we all call sure everyone understands — asked Gentry if they would be

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

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Perry named Moreland principal T he Coweta Cou nt y Board of Education appointed Melanie Perry as Moreland Elementary School’s new principal during a called board meeting on Tuesday. Perry, a 14-year educator, began her career in education at Moreland Elementary School in 1999, when she taught first grade. From 2002 to 2007, she taught second grade there a nd then served as the school’s instructional coach from 2007 to 2011. Since 2011, she has served as the assistant principal at Moreland. Perry earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from North Georgia College in 1991, her teaching certif ication in Early Childhood Education from Mercer University in 1999, her master’s in educational leadership from the University of West Georgia in 2005, and her educational specialist degree from the University of West Georgia in 2007. Perry will succeed Beverly Yeager, who is retiring at the end of June. Yeager is a 33-year educator who has served as Moreland Elementary School’s principal since 1988.

Senoia’s water needs grow along with town By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

If Senoia wants to continue to grow, the city needs more water. C u r r e n t l y, t h e c it y ’s water system does fine in the winter, early spring and late fall. But during the hot and dry times, it has to buy water from the Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority. The city’s water plant can treat twice the amount of water it currently treats, if it had the supply. The city is currently limited by its permit that only allows 300,000 gallons a day to be withdrawn from the reservoir on Keg Creek. City Administrator Richard Ferry and the Senoia Cit y Cou nci l d iscussed options at Monday’s council meeting. The city currently has an agreement with the Coweta Wa t e r a n d S e w e r a g e Authority to use the authority’s water when needed, but there is no contract.

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Conference center opens today By CELIA SHORTT celia@newnan.com

Guests arrive at the

newly-completed Newnan Centre for Tuesday’s black-tie gala. Plans are under way to construct a second entrance to the property from Lower Fayetteville Road to handle traffic with there are events at both the meeting facility and the neighboring Centre for Performing and Visual Arts.

PhotoS by JeFFrey Leo

The grand opening of the long-awa ited city New na n Centre events facility located next to the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts on Lower Fayetteville Road will be today at 10 a.m. Those involved with the building of the facility celebrated at a black-tie ga la Tuesday. The Newnan Centre will be a multi-use facility for the city, businesses, and members of the community. Newnan Mayor Keith Brady and members of the Newnan City Council will officially cut the ribbon to open the facility and begin the day’s festivities. A dedication and light refreshments will follow. Newnan Convention Center Authority Chairman Parks Avery said he is excited about the new facility and what it means for Newnan and Coweta County. “This is going to be a cool place,” he said as the finishing touches were being made in April. “We are going to start seeing a ton of change all at once. Everything is going to start coming in at a quick pace.” Groundbreaking for the center took place in August 2011. Early in 2012, delays began when the contractor, D. Dean a nd A s soci ate s , h ad c a sh flow problems and a replacement had to be found. Headley Construction of Newnan was

The entrance lobby of the city’s Newnan Centre meeting facility has the feel of a luxury hotel.

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Euro Auctions gets temporary approval company had formally requested The biggest requirement is the wasn’t completed the last time she permission to move forward. planting of a 20-foot-wide buffer visited the property, but “hopeThe European equipment auc- around the area where the equip- fully it will be” by the time of the The Coweta County Board of tion company purchased the old ment to be auctioned will be auction. The issue was added to the Commissioners voted to grant Adesa auto auction property on stored. Other remaining issues a temporary certificate of occu- Raymond Hill Road along Inter- are establishment of handicapped agenda for Tuesday’s commission meeting. pancy to Euro Auctions USA for state 85 last fall, and has scheduled parking and the marking of a fire “I wasn’t even aware that they lane. its upcoming opening auction at its first auction for June 26. But there is work that needs to County Development Review were asking for this,” said Robert the north Coweta property, but Tolleson, director of Planning and commissioners expressed displea- be done on the property before it is Technician Teresa Crow said the sure Tuesday that nobody with the considered up to code. handicapped parking striping SEE AUCTION, page 2A

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‘Murder in Coweta County’ movie producer to speak at events Two nights of planned activi- house in downtown Newnan, the movie, and some who were der that took place in 1948 and dict was read there on June 18, ties will take place July 10-11 as one of the movie’s producers, extras in the production will pitted John Wallace of Meri- 1948 – 65 years ago this week. wether County against Coweta the city of Newnan and Coweta Dick Atkins, will give a pre- talk about their experiences. Light refreshments will folThe next evening, July 11, at 7 County Sheriff Lamar Potts. low both of the July events and County partner to celebrate sentation and talk about what the story of “Murder in Coweta went into turning local author p.m. at the Carnegie Library on The trial was the first in Geor- there is no charge to attend. County,” which aired on CBS Margaret’s Anne Barnes’ book the Court Square, Atkins will gia in which a white man was For more information, contelevision network 31 years ago. into a made-for-TV movie star- talk about the production of the convicted on the testimony of According to Coweta County ring Andy Griffith and Johnny movie, followed by a screening black witnesses. The trial was tact the Coweta County Conheld in the second floor court- vention & Visitors Bureau at events services coordinator Cash. In addition, several local of the movie. “Murder in Coweta County” room at the Coweta County 770-254-2627 or the Carnegie Tray Baggarly, on July 10 at 7 residents will display memorap.m. in the historic 1904 Court- bilia they have associated with is the true story of a brutal mur- courthouse, and the guilty ver- Library at 770-683-1347.

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If Senoia wants to continue to grow, the city needs more water. C u r r e n t ly, t h e c it y ’s water system does fine in the winter, early spring and late fall. But during the hot and dry times, it has to buy water from the Coweta County Water and Sewerage Authority. The city’s water plant can treat twice the amount of water it currently treats, if it had the supply. The city is currently limited by its permit that only allows 300,000 gallons a day to be withdrawn from the reservoir on Keg Creek. City Administrator Richard Ferry and the Senoia Cit y Cou nci l discussed options at Monday’s council meeting. The city currently has an agreement with the Coweta Wa t e r a n d S e w e r a g e Authority to use the authority’s water when needed, but there is no contract.

company had formally requested The biggest requirement is the permission to move forward. planting of a 20-foot-wide buffer The European equipment auc- around the area where the equipThe Coweta County Board of tion company purchased the old ment to be auctioned will be Commissioners voted to grant Adesa auto auction property on stored. Other remaining issues a temporary certificate of occu- Raymond Hill Road along Inter- are establishment of handicapped pancy to Euro Auctions USA for state 85 last fall, and has scheduled parking and the marking of a fire lane. its upcoming opening auction at its first auction for June 26. But there is work that needs to County Development Review the north Coweta property, but commissioners expressed displea- be done on the property before it is Technician Teresa Crow said the sure Tuesday that nobody with the considered up to code. handicapped parking striping

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wasn’t completed the last time she visited the property, but “hopefully it will be” by the time of the auction. The issue was added to the agenda for Tuesday’s commission meeting. “I wasn’t even aware that they were asking for this,” said Robert Tolleson, director of Planning and

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‘Murder in Coweta County’ movie producer to speak at events

Two nights of planned activities will take place July 10-11 as the city of Newnan and Coweta County partner to celebrate the story of “Murder in Coweta County,” which aired on CBS television network 31 years ago. According to Coweta County events services coordinator Tray Baggarly, on July 10 at 7 p.m. in the historic 1904 Court-

house in downtown Newnan, one of the movie’s producers, Dick Atkins, will give a presentation and talk about what went into turning local author Margaret’s Anne Barnes’ book into a made-for-TV movie starring Andy Griffith and Johnny Cash. In addition, several local residents will display memorabilia they have associated with

the movie, and some who were extras in the production will talk about their experiences. The next evening, July 11, at 7 p.m. at the Carnegie Library on the Court Square, Atkins will talk about the production of the movie, followed by a screening of the movie. “Murder in Coweta County” is the true story of a brutal mur-

der that took place in 1948 and pitted John Wallace of Meriwether County against Coweta County Sheriff Lamar Potts. The trial was the first in Georgia in which a white man was convicted on the testimony of black witnesses. The trial was held in the second floor courtroom at the Coweta County courthouse, and the guilty ver-

dict was read there on June 18, 1948 – 65 years ago this week. Light refreshments will follow both of the July events and there is no charge to attend. For more information, contact the Coweta County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 770-254-2627 or the Carnegie Library at 770-683-1347.

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604

1 Acre

678-938-8008

678-516-0134

Oak Bookcase

Land & Lots For Sale

Wooded lots Meriwether County Water system - no well needed! Owner financing with $250 down, 8% APR, $104 / month

Reese towing package, adjustable to all midsize trucks. $150

Television, excellent. 5 shelves - 1 lighted, 2 adjustable. 76"x30"x20" $500

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Wildwood

27 in. Frigidaire. Black, used 20 times. $200

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770-683-1552

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Church Furniture

Cadillac

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RVs, Motor Homes & Camper505

Blue Carpet

1-888-407-7162

502

Kitchen dinette set with 4 chairs. $300, Eurpeaon Oak wall unit, 6x6x2, $1,200, computer, monitor, table & chair protector. $400

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60" Sony

314

High-Speed Internet

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MARKETPLACE

New Trucks Arriving!

Insurance

Thermalex, Inc in Montgomery, AL is a microport aluminum extrusion manufacturer seeking experienced Maintenance Technicians for our 2nd and 3rd shifts. Five years mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic experience. Press extrusion experience preferred. We offer excellent compensation package including paid vacation, bonus plan, Health & Dental, 401K with company match, life insurance, short and long term disability, and FSA. Qualified candidates send resume, work references, and pay requirement to: llavoy@tmxinc.com

500

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Blue Ridge Mountain Land Liquidation!

Homes For Rent-Unfurn.

700 RENTAL PROPERTY

TO OUR READERS All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at this number: 1-800-669-9777. The toll free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800927-9275.

33 Elaine Dr.

770-253-6589

Beautiful

3 BR, 2.5 bath house with pool. Near Thomas Crossroads. Quiet 100 acre compound. $1,800 / month Call Rick:

678-854-0382

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2 BR, 2 Bath

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Vacation Rentals

709

Vacation Property

2 BR, 1 Bath Duplex. Senoia.1.6

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678-552-0385

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6 BR, 4 bath brick, formal living room & dining room, den with fireplace, 2 car garage, Northgate School district. $1,295/month.

877-717-5263 ext.91

704

ext. 23

Classifieds

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