Pinewood Studios will pay reduced taxes for 20 years

FCDA CEO Matt Forshee listens in the background as staff member Emily Poole reports to the Peachtree City Council in March on economic development efforts. Photo/John Munford.

While various local officials have been enthusiastic about the projected financial impact of the Pinewood Atlanta Studios in central Fayette County, many among the public may have been unaware that the big development received a significant property tax break bestowed by the Fayette County Development Authority. Read More»

Sweet 16 becomes felony 17; Fayette Jail now houses ten 17-year-olds

Fayette County Sheriff Barry Babb has ten 17-year-olds behind bars in the Fayette County Jail. Read More»

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Fayette County Development Authority (FCDA) President and CEO Matt Forshee. Photo/Special.
FCDA CEO Matt Forshee listens in the background as staff member Emily Poole reports to the Peachtree City Council in March on economic development efforts. Photo/John Munford.
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