Coweta’s sense of history and community, paired with its commitment to better businesses and smarter growth, has led it to become the 49th fastest-growing county in the country. Though richly historic, Coweta’s towns have a strong place in contemporary society. Senoia has its own movie studio, RiverWood Studios, which has produced such blockbusters as “Sweet Home Alabama”, “Killers” and “Fried Green Tomatoes.” The county seat of Newnan also offers higher-learning options at West Georgia Technical College, the University of West Georgia-Newnan campus and the Central Educational Center.
Coweta’s Civil War roots as the “hospital city of the Confederacy” still thrive today with Piedmont Newnan Hospital, Summit Healthplex, the soon-to-be-constructed Cancer Treatment Centers of America, the Veterans Administration Clinic and the Papp Clinic’s state-of-the-art facilities and staff. The county has its fair share of major corporations, including: Winpak Films Inc., TSY America, Inc., Tencate, Cargill Corporation and Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Company.
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