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The Jackson brothers, Reggie and Bryan, combined to score 54 points against the Trojans and 39 against the Patriots. Against Jackson, Reggie scored 32 and bryan netted 22 while Reggie had 22 against Greenville on Friday and Bryan added 17. Head Coach Terry Hayes said after the victory on Saturday that his team is back in the hunt for a play- off spot. "We played with a lot of intensity and shot the ball better, tonight," he stat- ed. Callaway blew the game open on Saturday in the third period outscoring Lamar County, 20-6 to head into the final quarter, 52-30. On Friday, the two teams played each other for the sec- ond time in a week. Callaway took the first game on January 17 and Greenville bounced back on January 24 for the win. Reggie Tigner scored five for the Cavaliers and was followed by, Brandon Thomas with six, Michael Fannin with four and carl Epps with three. Callaway led at the intermission 26-23 after trailing 14-11 at the end of one. The Cavaliers are 9-10 overall on the season and 6- 6 in Region 4-AA. Callaway Girls End Up With Split for Weekend By BRYAN GETER The Callaway Lady Cavaliers soundly defeated the Lamar County Lady Trojans Saturday evening at home,71-21, after losing on the road the previous night to Greenville, 49-42. The victory ended Callaway's three game losing streak. Callaway put the game away early, leading by 28 at the half, 34-6. All the Lady CAVS saw action in the game. Bridgett Phillips led the scoring with 11 points. She was followed by Crystal Reese with 10. Shari Cox and Shacarra Picket scored nine each and Karmarcha and Vonetta Epps added eight each. "Our streaky season continues said an elated head coach," Jason Arledge after the game. "It is nice to get back on the winning track." Friday night was a different night as the Lady Cavaliers lost to rival Greenville. Pickett scored eight points in the second quarter and ended up with 12 on the night for Callaway. Cox and Martin each netted eight nd was followed by Reese with five. The Lady Cavaliers are 11-8 on the season overall and 7- 5 in Region 4-AA. By UP AND OVER - Callaway's Reggie Jackson goes hic for a basket against the Greenville Patriots on Jackson scored 22 in the contest, but the Patriots won game, 73-57• Callaway Middle Tops Upson-Lee, By BRYAN GETER The Callaway Middle School girls' basketball team defeated two opponents, Upson-Lee team, S0-2S and Taylor Street, 49-15, last week to run its record to 9-1. Shantranez Mayes led the way with 22 points and was followed by Amber Stargill with 15 and Algeta Thompson with 10 in the Upson-Lee game. Stargill led the scoring in the Taylor Street game with 23 points. Thompson netted 1S points for the young Cavaliers• Callaway led at the mission, 31.4. The Callaway MidENE/ School boys won against t$Oth" • Knights in a close game, )lUg- a. 26. )epart J Mike Daniel led the scdons te mg with seven points• !resen • !onnn Callaway lost a shockallor in overtime to Taylor StrUtheL, 41-40. Corison Strozier was scorer with 13 points Jamari Williams with seven. ˘CDLDdvers-QassN Single & Teem - $13.56 and $17.00 €Machine Operators /Production - Heavy Lifting Required ˘ Mechanical Assembly Excellent Pay/Temp Position € Inside Sales Rep. - En Lev ˘ Admin. Positon - Must Have Word/Excel Exp 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www, chasestaffing.com EOE requested to restore the train station at 100 E. Main Street, the old depot building. Hogansville Historic Preservation Commission Chairperson Marthanne H. Parker said after the renova- tion of the depot is complet- ed, it will be a shining star in the downtown area. The other two applica- tions were from John Hardy Jones who made application for new construction on a fence and repairing front steps at 814 E. Main Street. The other one is at 813 E. Main Street. Jones asked for construction of a fence in the front yard. In other business, the council passed a townhouse ordinance in response to changes made in variances at the Williamsburg Townhouses on Williams Street. Hogansville City Manager David Aldrich said plans at the project had to be changed to create 40 feet streets. This will allow the streets to be on the state main- tenance program, he added. Aldrich said City Attorney Dan Ie said it was correct asking for the vari- ance - 4 1/2 feet to 7 1/2 feet. LOCAL AND ,, )N G DIST00CE m Are You Paying Too Much? 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The ordinance states that no single townhouse develop- ments shall contain less than three nor more than ten sin- gle family dwellings; pro- posed townhouse develop- ments shall be in single own- ership at the time of devel- opment; each townhouse group or development slll be separated from other units by an approved fire wall in compliance with the city building code; each dwelling unit shall, if multistoried, be independently served by interior stairways and by util- ities and services; and no vehicular entrance or curb cuts shall be permitted to the front of any townhouse until or from any existing street or thoroughfare. The average lot per dwelling until shall not be less than 2,000 square feet and a lot shall not contain an area of less than 1,800 square feet; townhouses or buildings out- side the townhouse groups shall not be less than 16 feet at any point. Front yards setbacks has to be a minimum of 25 feet from the front property line; rear yard setbacks mini- mums are 25 feet from rear property lines. Not less than 40 percent and Canada anytime - 24/7 for one low monthly cost ....... $49.95* Creekside • TEN CUSTOM FEATURES • *Caller ID • * Call Waiting Continued From Page 1A • * Call Blocking lation. Councilperson Jean • * Three-Way Calling Crocker asked if the city • * Speed Dialing have enough laborers for the • * Auto Redial job. • * Call Forwarding City Manager David Aldrich stated the city did, • * Distinctive Ring but it will be hard to do. Wee have sent crews to Newnan to learn about the installa- tion," Aldrich said. '"Ne do not intend to hire any new help." Gehren said new light poles will probably be of the maintained as usable space including streets, service area required off-street Off-street parking prohibited• The townhouse with a series of three attached one-family separate lots may or may have common shall have a common are separated from other by a fire-resistive pa wall extending from the est floor level to the roof; as may have joint ownership adjacent grounds, or right of ingress and e Mayor Wilson St. the city's parameter. Aldrich said the wanted to clearly townhouses since they  apartments. He said that there" potential of more than new residents in the city would help Hogansville. Aldrich reminded council that the city is ing $800,000 annually o bond debt and 1,300 would help the tax base rather get more people town," Aldrich stated will spread out the load." The reason the city ager thinks the new units will sell is because the location of between Atlanta Columbus. Hogansville has new subdivision in the presently. upgraded, but the developers problem. Gehren said he was percent sure the will approve the deal, didn't want to mislead council. St. Clair said it seem be a win win situation for city having the pay for the tap fees A motion passed mously to pay the $20,000 the first phase for the ties and have the tap fees at $450. i CIlBI[ t our JTHESE V JOBS The Hogansville City Council voted unanimously last Tuesday evening to approved three applications for improvements in the city's historic district. The first application was from Jerry Harmon who By BRYAN GErEER Council, Historic Commission Agree on Req