Longtime Senoia 'eyesore' demolished

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL
sarah@newnan.com
There’s been a big change in Senoia.
The small trailer park on Highway 16 near the intersection with Highway 85 is gone. Former Senoia Mayor Robert Hannah, who owns the property, said he started removing the trailers about a month ago as residents found new homes. The demolition was completed last week.
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