October 28, 2011
A Peachtree Corners welcome sign greets motorists entering the Paul Duke Parkway. (File Photo)
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Sixty-five percent of Peachtree Corners voters chose ‘yes’ on tax allocation districts, which have the potential to help the city fund infrastructure and redevelopment projects.
Peachtree Corners becomes a city July 1, but the start of services isn't immediate.
Business people applying for permits to open new establishments in Peachtree Corners say the process has been frozen, putting them in financial jeopardy.
On March 6, voters will choose Peachtree Corners' first city council. With 19 candidates vying for six positions, how do you build the best council?
Cityhood issue divides community.