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Coweta says ‘yes’ to SPLOST BY SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

Cowetans voted overwhelmingly last week to extend the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for another six years. Coweta voters originally said yes to SPLOST in 1986, and have approved it everytime it came back up for a vote. T he newly-approved SPLOST will begin after the current one ends on Dec. 31, 2018. The final vote count on election night was 3,381 votes, or 65 percent, in favor to 1,818, or 35 percent, against. Turnout was light – 6.04 percent of Coweta’s registered voters cast ballots for the special election, which included the county-wide SPLOST vote as well as several city elections.

The Coweta County Republican Party mounted a late campaign against the sales tax renewal, with a promoted video on Facebook and 20,000 phone calls.

The 1-percent sales tax is expected to raise $140 million over six years. The money is divided amongst Coweta and its cities and towns, and goes to fund capital projects that have already been determined. SPLOST lists include specific projects as well as general cat-

egories such as road repair and maintenance. The Coweta County Republican Party mounted a late campaign against the sales tax renewal, with a promoted video on Facebook and 20,000 phone calls. “The people have spoken,” sa id GOP Cha irma n Bra nt Frost V after the vote. “I am thankful to all my fr iends a nd t he people of Coweta who went to the polls to vote for SPLOST,” sa id Joan Martin, who is active in the Save Madras School campaign. “We love Coweta and are blessed to have this 1-percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax to continue adding great things to our great

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Ernie Wingfield and Ashley Gay upload voting results at the Coweta Elections Office on election night.

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The intersection of Happy Valley Circle with Jim Starr Road will become a three-way stop.

Three-way stop coming to Happy Valley, Jim Starr BY SARAH FAY CAMPBELL sarah@newnan.com

The intersection of Jim Starr Road and Happy Valley Circle will soon become a three-way stop. Currently, there is only a stop sign on Jim Starr Road. There is a left-turn lane from Happy Valley Circle, which will become a striped median when the three-way stop goes into effect. The Coweta County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously last week to approve the change, after a presentation from Tod Handley, Coweta’s direc-

tor of transportation and engineering. Handley said he was contacted by a resident who lives in the curve at the intersection with some concerns. The man asked the county to consider a three-way stop to help with safety getting out of his driveway. The county did some traffic counts and found that traffic on Jim Starr, in particular, has increased dramatically in the past few years. A lot of the increase likely stems from the opening of Brooks

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Filming for the last episode of Season 8 of “The Walking Dead” is set to begin Friday. The filming should wrap up by Nov. 22, said Mike Riley, location manager for the show. Riley asked the Senoia City Council for permission to close a portion of Seavy Street on Nov. 20 for potential filming. The closure will be along the area of Seavy between Johnson Street and Hwy. 85, and was requested for 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Actual filming of the scene will only take an hour or hour and a half, Riley said. And it may not take place on Seavy Street at all. That will depend on the scheduling of other filming, Riley said. If filming is taking place at the Alexandria set at the Gin Property downtown, Seavy Street will be used. If filming is taking place at the studio on Chestlehurst Road, Crook Road will probably be used, Riley said. Also, the Senoia City Council approved final passage of the city’s new sign ordinance. The ordinance is more detailed than the previous one, and includes billboard prohibitions that should stick.

The city’s previous sign ordinance defined billboards based partially on the content of the sign’s message. That was a problem, because content-based sign regulations aren’t lawful, and sign ordinances aren’t allowed to favor commercial speech over non-commercial speech, under case law. That meant that the city council didn’t have a legal leg to stand on when a billboard company, Railroad LLC, asked to erect a billboard in the city. On the advice of attorneys, the Senoia City Council voted in June to approve the billboard on Ga. Hwy. 16 across from the Cumberland Village shopping center. The council then immediately put a moratorium into place on most sign permits, so that a new ordinance could be crafted. The billboard that was approved will be a two-sided, V-shaped sign. The old ordinance defines a billboard as “an outdoor, off-site sign.” An off-site sign is defined as a sign that is not located on the premises of the business or entity indicated or advertised on the sign, or a sign which advertises or calls attention to something that is not related to the

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Each year, Kiwanis clubs around the world join in a day of service. Kiwanis One Day is an opportunity to bring together the Kiwanis family of clubs to focus on local community service. For the Kiwanis Club of Coweta County, that day was Oct. 26. Kim Doolittle was invited to share her son Joey's dream to help other children with cancer. Doolittle's son Joey, passed away in 2008 after a lifetime battle against cancer. Joey's Toy Box, a local 501(c) organization, is dedicated to providing toys and other care items to childhood cancer patients undergoing treatment. KCCC members brought books, toys, arts and crafts supplies and monetary gifts to donate to JTB.

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Taking a knee – and taking a breath I’ve been reading about athletes and cheerleaders taking a knee during the playing of “The Star-Spangled Banner” at ballgames. Up f ront , I h ave to say I’m not a sports fan. I don’t watch games on TV and go to see athletes in motion only if I know them personally. So, ordinarily, I wouldn’t care much what happened in a stadium on game day. As I have read about taking a knee – a practice which began with Colin Kaepernick when he was with the San Francisco 49ers – I’ve reached the conclusion that this is one of those events in our nation that has a lot of heat surrounding it and not much light. Visceral,

angry reactions on both sides have led to draconian lines drawn in the sand – or the AstroTurf. I am troubled by our national tendency not to talk to each other. By that I mean, people of different backgrounds and with different opinions talking and really listening to each other. Social media has a tendency to put people into silos where we can add “me, too” to the comment of someone who thinks as we do – and then pretend we have had some interaction on a hotly debated topic. Kaepernick began taking a k nee during the National Anthem to protest the treatment of Africa n-A merica ns i n ou r society. I have read – from

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critics of taking a knee – that the kneeling crowd are dissing military service members or the historic sacrifices the f lag represents. I haven’t read anyone who is kneeling who said anything negative about the soldiers who are putting their lives on the line or who are attacking the underpinnings of Amer-

ican freedom. They are talking about Philando Castile, shot to death in his car last year in Minnesota, about the fact the black parents have to have a conversation to their sons about what to do when they are stopped by the police while driving, about white supremacists emboldened to claim to take back a country which rightly belongs to people of lots of different colors. I understand those who see the kneeling action as a disrespect to the flag or the country. A pause for reflection and a bit more conversation about why Kaepernick and so many others feel as they do might be helpful. I’ve read the “they’re millionaires – what are

they complaining about” posts, but I am aware that football players are not trust fund babies. They are athletes who come from ordinary families in towns across America. If they are African-American, they have family members who likely are not insulated from prejudice because they have a we a lt hy nephew or cousin. I a lso feel sure that many black athletes have close relatives or friends who are veterans – men a nd women who have served America with dedication. I doubt seriously that they are making light of their loved one’s service to the cause of freedom. I do think they believe that freedom should be shared

by all Americans and that they are concerned about a wor r i some pol it ica l atmosphere. The flag does stand for freedom. We are free to stand and sing “The StarSpangled Banner” or to kneel instead. We are free to speak out about how we feel, to write a letter to the editor, to join a group trying to make a difference, to try to help America live up to its promise. We also are free also to look the other way and do nothing. For the moment, just take a deep breath. That sweet smell is the fragrance of freedom – freedom for us all. Winston Skinner is the news editor of The Newnan Times-Herald.

Quitting smoking – and running a 5K After almost 20 years of smoking cigarettes, I quit on August 21, 2011. I know it was August 21, 2011 because I wrote it down in the notes section of my phone and I just checked the notes section of my phone to see what day I quit smoking. I have a horrible memory. Ask anyone who has ever tried to make plans with me. I “no-show” so many things I could be called the possum… if I could sing. An interesting side note to August 21, 2011 is that is also the last day I really enjoyed a cup of coffee. I still drink at least two cups a day, but I always enjoyed my morning cup of coffee with a menthol. Not anymore. I st i l l h ave d re a m s about smoking every once in awhile. I will dream I smoked a cigarette, then

wake up and be mad that I smoked one because I’ll have to start all over quitting. And it was so hard to quit. It was definitely one of the best decisions I have ever made. I want it to be someone else’s fault when I die. I don’t want my kids to stand over my casket and wonder how many more years I might have had, had I quit smoking. Shor t ly a f ter I qu it smoking I decided I may as well join a gym where I met a group of ladies who would become lifelong friends of mine. I also decided I wanted to r u n a 5 K w it h my newly repurposed lungs. The closest 5K was the Autumn Chase which is run over near Newnan Utilities Park. As it would turn out, it takes more than a few months to undo the dam-

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T h e C owe t a P ubl ic Library System has an app for people who love to read. Meet Libby, the latest app from OverDrive, a content partner of CPLS. “With this one easy app, readers get free, on-the-go access to a treasure trove of popular titles,” said

Jimmy Bass, library system director. All that is needed is a reading device — smartphone, K indle, tablet — and a library card. A recent update to the l ibra r y ’s website now allows users to quickly sign up for an “e-Card” from home which will allow instant Libby and library use.

“Libby is more than an electronic book collection. It offers a ledger to place holds on unavailable titles and add some new ones,” Bass said. “It is a true interactive experience, as patrons can recommend titles to the library system for purchase.” Libby operates on A ndroid a nd Apple devices. “Colorful graphic s a nd u s er-f r iend ly menus make the experience a breeze,” Bass said. To get to know Libby, visit www.cowetapubliclibrary.org and click on the Digital Library tab.

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Elementary, and it was observed that many vehicles in the morning and afternoon turn onto Jim Starr, drop off or pick up children, and return to Happy Valley. The daily traffic count on Jim Starr was 1,803. That’s up from just 630 in 2007 — a 186 percent increase. In 2009, when the school opened, the traffic count was 1,193. With the traffic counts and some historical information, Handley said his department is recommending moving

forward with the three-way stop. T he left-t u r n la ne w i l l have to go because there is no way to put a stop sign there that would be visible to motorists in the lane, according to Handley. The county will put out signs to inform motorists of the upcoming change, and those will be in place at least a week, he said. Stop bars will need to be painted, as well. The new stop signs should be in place within 30 days.

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Swing Dance Lessons Nov. 15, 6:30 p.m., Free

Backstreet Community Arts, located at 19 B First Avenue, Newnan (behind Bridging the Gap) offers free swing dance lessons on Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m., courtesy of Jenny and Chuck Enderlin. Bring a bottle of water and comfortable shoes — no dance partner or experience required! The half-hour beginner's lesson will be followed by a period of open dance for all. After Nov. 15, the weekly lessons will take a holiday hiatus, but plan to resume Jan. 4, 2018. For more information, call 706-940-2787 or email dream@backstreetart. org

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CAREing Paws Reading Dogs Nov. 18, 10:30 -11:30 a.m., Free

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. (Ages 6-12) The Powell Branch Library is hosting Learn how CAREing Paws reading therapy dogs can help children improve their reading skills in a unique and fun environment. For registration, call the Powell Branch at 770-253-3625.

18 NEWNAN Fam Fest

Nov. 18, 11 a.m.- 2 p.m., Free

Foundation Christian Church is hosting Fam Fest at Greenville Street Park. Lunch will be Sprayberry's BBQ #freelunch. There will be a massive inflatable slide

thanks to Southwest Christian Church as well as a ton of games for kids of all ages. GIFT IN A JAR PARTY Friends at Newnan Mercantile have put together a great holiday DIY project. Mason Jars, cookie dough, brownie chunks, sugar, cinnamon. CORNHOLE TOURNEY Better bring your “A Game.” Did we mention there are some sweet prizes for the winners? For more information, visit www. foundationnewnan.com/ fam-fest/

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FOMR Walk and Talk Nov. 18, 10 a.m., Free

FOMR Walk and Talk at McIntosh Reserve Park, Pavilion 2. William Cody Cornelison will present a program on Skunks. The program is free and open to the public. For more information, visit http:// friendsofmcintoshreserve.org/ walks-and-talks/

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Trimming the Tree at the B & B Nov. 18, 10 a.m.- noon, $5

The Trammell House Bed and Breakfast at 10 Park St. in Luthersville is hosting an ornament making event. For a donation of $5 to the Ferst Foundation, you can get in the Christmas spirit and make a Christmas ornament out of natural materials like seed pods, cloth, wood, or paper to put on your 2017 tree. For more information, call Menlia Trammell at 678-378-0161.

to greet children, who are welcome to sit on Santa’s lap and read him their Christmas list. The downtown streets will close within the hours prior to the event, as Santa will be making a special trip from the North Pole to the downtown Newnan Square in a fire truck, and will immediately light the beautiful downtown Christmas tree before the event begins. This annual tradition in historic downtown Newnan reminds us all of the importance of the holiday season: fostering hope, charity, forgiveness, and kindness. This event is free to the public, and is welcome to children of all ages.

Painting the Southern Landscape Tuesday, Nov. 21, 6 p.m., Free

Just what is it that makes the Southern landscape unique? Since the colonial era, painters have attempted to capture the spirit of the American South. Join Dr. Nathan Rees from UWG’s Department of Art at the Newnan campus for a historical tour of landscape painting in Georgia and neighboring states as we explore artists’ diverse interpretations of the South – its cultures, institutions, and history – through their depictions of its land.

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Plaid Friday Nov. 24, All Day, Free

Nov. 29, 7-9 p.m., Free

On Plaid Friday (the day after Thanksgiving), shop in downtown Newnan and simplify your Day-AfterThanksgiving experience. The name “Plaid Friday” celebrates the idea of LOCAL, which aims to promote the importance of supporting our community by shopping at small businesses. The plaid pattern represents weaving the individual threads of small businesses together to create a strong fabric that celebrates the diversity and creativity of independent businesses. Plaid Friday is the relaxing and enjoyable alternative to the big box store “Black Friday,” and is designed to promote both local and independently owned businesses, especially during the holiday season. Wear plaid attire and expect to save, as numerous downtown businesses will offer a significant discount to any customer wearing plaid clothing!

Backstreet Community Arts is sponsoring a paper lantern decorating workshop for people to carry handmade lanterns as a part of the upcoming “Unsilent Night” holiday promenade being led by Dale Lyles on Dec. 1. Lanterns and all materials will be provided free of chargeJust come and decorate! “Unsilent Night” participants will walk the streets of downtown on Dec. 1 playing a variety of pre-recorded holiday tunes, and everyone is welcome to bring a lantern to carry along to light the night.

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‘Unsilent Night’ Dec. 1, 7 p.m., Free

A new holiday tradition begins this Dec. 1 in downtown Newnan: “Phil Kline’s Unsilent Night,” a holiday promenade. It is being organized by local writer/educator Dale Lyles as a participatory event for anyone who would like to take part. There are a couple of ways to take part in Unsilent Night. The first way is to go to unsilentnight.com/participate and download one of the four musical pieces. You then prepare to play it in some way, either with a portable speaker

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This event is hosted by Newnan Presbyterian Preschool and Kindergarten. Tickets will be on sale beginning at the Coweta County Convention and Visitors Bureau in the Historic 1904 Coweta County Courthouse. Cash only Please! Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 on the day of the event. Homes are in the College-Temple district. Tickets are $20 each and may be purchased at Newnan Presbyterian Preschool and Kindergarten, 38 Greenville St., weekdays from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tickets may be purchased online at www. newnantourofhomes.com

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