The Redwine House has been a fixture in downtown Fayetteville for more than 100 years. Though planned for use by the developer of the recently-approved Meridian on the Square mixed-use project, the condition of the house made that idea untenable. Instead, elements of the house will be incorporated into the new development.
Source: Fayette Citizen | Posted: May. 10, 2019
What is arguably the biggest development in downtown Fayetteville’s history was approved April 23 by the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission.
Source: Fayette Citizen | Posted: May. 2, 2019
The Fayetteville City Council at the April 4 meeting tabled consideration of establishing two open container entertainment districts until the county provides input. The two districts include the downtown area and all of Pinewood Forest.
Source: Fayette Citizen | Posted: Apr. 15, 2019
Downtown Fayetteville and Pinewood Forest could become designated areas for consuming alcohol outdoors if the City Council approves the measure on March 21. The first reading of an amendment to the alcohol ordinance was held at the March 7 meeting.
Source: Fayette Citizen | Posted: Mar. 20, 2019
A proposal to establish an Air Evac helipad on Promenade Parkway near the Fayette Pavilion was approved March 7 by the Fayetteville City Council. The proposal was met with opposition by a large number of residents living nearby.
Source: Fayette Citizen | Posted: Mar. 18, 2019
The committee will be responsible for developing and updating the long-range plan for the future of the city’s Downtown District, which will provide a long-range blueprint detailing the investment of resources, including human talents, needed to ensure the district’s future economic success for its businesses and improved quality of life for its residents.
Source: Fayette Citizen | Posted: Mar. 11, 2019
Next up will be the demolition of the building to make way for the new Fayetteville City Hall. City Manager Ray Gibson on Feb. 15 said the demolition is expected in May, with the design for the new building expected in late March.
Source: Fayette Citizen | Posted: Feb. 25, 2019
The 22.6-acre property designated for 234 parking spaces is situated adjacent to the parking area located to the northwest of the hospital and is located between the hospital property and Ga. Military College property on Veterans Parkway.
Source: Fayette Citizen | Posted: Feb. 19, 2019
The committee would consist of three council members and eight community members who will be appointed by the Mayor and Council.
Source: Fayette Citizen | Posted: Feb. 15, 2019
Because the city of Fayetteville is still in the process of rewriting its land development ordinance, the City Council voted on Feb. 7 to extend the current moratorium on any new Planned Community District rezoning applications.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Feb. 15, 2019