News Line for Senoia

Senoia extends ‘Walking Dead’ wall permit
The Senoia City Council voted unanimously Monday to extend the wall permit and road closures for filming of AMC network hit show “The Walking Dead” until Nov. 30, 2015, with the option for annual renewals through 2019.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Senoia set to grow by 36 acres on its western side
The Senoia City Council has agreed to accept an application for the annexation of approximately 36 acres on the city’s west side to be developed as the Morgan Farms subdivision.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia may annex 35 acres
Senoia has received an annexation request for 35 acres on Morgan Road and Old Highway 85.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Senoia’s Walking Dead wall may live awhile
The Senoia City Council will conduct a public hearing on Aug. 18 to consider amending the agreement with Stalwart Films that would leave a 15-foot wall in place around portions of the Gin Property until 2019.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia set to get license plate reader camera
The Senoia Police Dept. received approval from the City Council on July 21 to purchase a license plate reader camera system for use on one patrol car.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia’s zombie wall may remain for years
A portion of a Senoia residential development might be a “closed set” for the next several years.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

‘Walking Dead’ wall going up in Senoia
Senoia will once more become a walled city for “The Walking Dead.” This time, there will be an actual wall surrounding homes in a neighborhood near downtown that will be up for months, but it only covers a small area. The Senoia City Council recently gave approval for the wall to be constructed, and for it to remain through Nov. 26.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Senoia to de-zombify downtown medians
An upcoming project that will bring a new look to the median along Main Street in downtown Senoia will begin after the July 4 weekend and take approximately two weeks to complete.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia will move forward with improvements
The city of Senoia will be moving forward with changes to Main Street’s median, but likely not until July.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Senoia declines to nitpick over two-inch shortfall
In what was essentially a matter of a couple of inches, the Senoia City Council in April approved of a preliminary plat for lots between Main Street and Barnes Street and north of Seavy Street in the city’s downtown shopping area.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia OK's new commercial area on Hwy. 16
The Senoia City Council on April 21 gave unanimous approval of the preliminary plat for phase 1 of the Village West commercial center on Ga. Highway 16 on Senoia’s west side.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia open to condemnation for rec trail projects
The city of Senoia has received a state grant to design a new recreational trail.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Senoia prepares to spruce up median
A Senoia Downtown Development Authority (DDA) design concept to put a new face on the median in the downtown area was reviewed and approved April 7 by the City Council.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia to resurface Main St.
Senoia residents will soon see a new topping to Main Street in the downtown area. An April 7 approval by the City Council will result in the resurfacing of Main Street in time for the Memorial Day festivities.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia expands downtown with rezoning vote
A small, but significant, expansion is coming to Senoia’s downtown shopping district. The City Council on March 17 approved a request to rezone a .3-acre residential lot on Barnes Street to General Commercial (GC) to accommodate the construction of a retail building which will house three small shops.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Filter swap fixes Senoia water issue
What had been an issue for a handful of Senoia residents on the city’s north side with yellow-colored water coming from taps and brown-colored whole house filters has been resolved. A change in filters at the city’s Heritage Pointe wells for under $1,000 has solved the problem.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia council expands public comments
A Feb. 24 vote by the Senoia City Council signaled a new era of public involvement in public meetings, one designed to encourage public participation by providing a venue for residents to speak during any agenda item.
Source: Fayette Citizen

Senoia Council adopts new public comment policy
The Senoia City Council is hoping to greatly increase public participation in city business with a new public comment policy.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Ammo shortage leading Senoia PD to change guns
Because of ongoing difficulties getting enough ammunition for their .40-caliber service weapons, the Senoia Police Department will be trading them in for new 9mm pistols.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald

Development Authority of Senoia holds first meeting
The new Development Authority of the City of Senoia had its first meeting Monday.
Source: Newnan Times-Herald