Weekly Update: June 15, 2020
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Update on Street Paving
We received several calls and e-mails, particularly from neighborhoods where the streets are undergoing a full-depth reclamation (FDR), in other words, the street has been removed down to the dirt. Once that has been done, a cure time to reach the required strength is needed that can take up to seven days. Watering the dirt road is part of the curing process. Paving should begin again this week, weather permitting. 
City Council Meets Thursday, June 18 at 6:30pm
The Peachtree City Mayor and Council will meet on Thursday, June 15, 6:30 p.m., at City Hall. The public is welcome. Social distancing will be in effect. The agenda includes a Public Hearing for a front setback variance request for 103 Tamerlane and three variance requests for Campanile’s Home – Inside & Out, 2008 SR 54. In addition to the public hearings, the New Agenda Items include a budget adjustment to prepay a portion of the FY 2021 Defined Benefit pension contributions. The Consent Agenda includes an FY 2020 budget adjustment for a Code Enforcement golf cart. Under Council/Staff Topics, proposed amendments to the multi-use path/park enforcement regulations in the Traffic Ordinance will be previewed. 
Blood Drive Tomorrow at Glenloch
Glenloch Recreation Center is hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Tuesday, June 16, noon – 5:00 p.m. Appointments are required and can be made by visiting www.redcrossblood.org and using the code PeachCC. A facemask or covering is required while at the blood drive.
PTC- LCI Survey
PTC- LCI Needs your opinion on what you think Peachtree City could look like in the future! Click the link below to see visuals and vote on what you think the future of Peachtree City should look like.
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Peachtree City & Covid 19
Governor Kemp issued a new executive order on June 11 that will be effective June 16, 12:00 a.m., until June 30, 11:59 p.m. Social distancing remains important, and the shelter-in-place remains in effect for those at high risk or suffering from a severe illness. People over the age of 65 are no longer included on the list unless they are in a category considered high risk by the Centers for Disease Control. Those who must continue to shelter-in-place can leave their homes to get food, medical assistance, outdoor exercise, and other activities. Everyone is encouraged to wear a face mask outside their homes. Live performance venues are allowed to open to the public July 1, pursuant to certain requirements. Conventions may be held beginning July 1, provided the requirements are followed. On June 12, the Governor issued another executive order that allows movie, television, and streaming productions to get back to work. 
The Southern Conservation Trust has Reopened Public Areas
OPEN The Southern Conservation Trust (SCT) has reopened its public nature areas in Fayette County. Please remember to practice social distancing. Southern Conservation Trust offers virtual tours of the nature areas, as well as virtual education programs. Learn more at www.sctlandtrust.org .
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