CCFD will be holding its 2014 Boot Drive
In this issue...Good news for Coweta in West Georgia Regional Update; ECG team visits CEC; Local 10th grader honored during Manufacturing Appreciation Week; Finkelstein new chairman of Georgia Association of Manufacturers; Work begins on Niagara Bottling in Shenandoah
Football Registration is already underway for some 2014 activities
The Annual Report To Our Citizens is now available
Public Hearing have been scheduled
The University of West Georgia's Richards College of Business
Two polling places will be changing locations starting with the May 20th General Primary
GDOT work on Hwy 54 near Gordon Road will result in detour of traffic
The State of Georgia has adopted new rules for fencing pools, spas and hot tubs
In this month's issue....Groundbreaking held on new comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation hospital; Niagara Bottling agreements receive final approval; Coweta County's Water Education Team presents to House Committee; CEC honored as College & Career Academy of the Year; Property Spotlight - 136 Hillwood Circle
Early Voting is April 28 thru May 16, 2014 including two Saturdays May 3, 9:00 until noon, and May 10, 8:30 am until 4:30 pm.
A portion of Coweta County is under a Flash Flood Warning
The National Association of Counties "County Government Month"
Proclamation issued March 18 proclaiming Survivor Sunday and Relay for Life Days
In this issue...Niagara Bottling makes $52MM investment in Coweta County manufacturing facility; Jim Mottola honored by Development Authority; Mack Clark is the new Career Center manager; Coweta County receives Prosperity Award for positive economic actions; Property Spotlight - 164 Weldon Road
Blaine Shirley is new Coweta County Fire Marshal
Niagara Bottling, LLC, the nation’s largest private label bottled water supplier, will establish a new facility in Coweta County
The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) announced today that Niagara Bottling, LLC, the nation’s largest private label bottled water supplier, will establish a new facility in Coweta County. The project, a $52 million investment, will create more than 40 jobs in the area.
Beginning Saturday, March 1, 2014, a HERO unit
Coweta County Commission Chairman Bob Blackburn