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February 8, 2001

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) PAGE 2-A HOGiLNSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2001 Homes Added To City&apos;s List of Condemned Properti By Bryan Geter The second list of condemned hous- es was brought to the Hogansville City Council attention Monday night and the council voted to add these house to the list of already condemned house. City manager David Aldrich said only six house owners, have not responded at this time. He said the owners have six months to complete the restoration and if it takes more time at the end of the peri- od, Hwn six more months can be added bci,   the city can do anything. .c who have not responded to th different letters the city has sent ,,.l. then these proFerties can be condclHled now. ONE CITIZEN was concerned with the old dilapidated house located at 4655 Mountville Road. School Lunch Menus iknnounced for Week Here's what Hogansville kids will be eating in school this week. Monday Hamburger, sliced tomato/lettuce, French fries, fresh pear, choice of milk. Tesday BBQ chicken, green peas, rice, hot rolls, orange-pineap- ple gelatin, choice of milk. Wednesday Hot dog, baked beans, pota- to rounds, chilled mixed fruit, choice of milk. Thursday Pizza, tossed salad, whole kernel corn, chilled applesauce, choice of milk. Friday Fish sticks, macaroni and cheese, green beans, chilled peaches, cornbread, choice of milk. Aldrich said Ty Stripling of"-here they aren't supposed to. LaGrange is supposed to buy the prop- "Aldrich said the city can have them erty. The landowner next door said she is concerned with the snakes and the upkeep of the property. "They only cut the grass one time last year," she said. She said she is concerned also for the safety of her grandchildren. "They aren't supposed to be there but children will be children and go to cut the grass. He said once the county gets here with the bulldozer, it will be too late to get a permit at city hall. The condemned list consist of hous- es located at 301 W. Main Street, 109 King Street, 512 W. Main Street, 404 Popular Street, 302 Popular Street, 109 Popular Street, 109 Burden Drive. 204 Elm Street permit issued and 4655 Mountville Road Ty Stribling chase, t POLICE CHIEF Odom repo month of January, 2001 as a with 395 calls for service. Others are as Misdemeanor Arrest-15: Arrest-2: Traffic Citations-63 34; Accidents Reports-7; Reports-52; and Assist other A 29 I III II I I II II PAY OFF YOUR BILLS One low monthly payment. Loans secured by Houses, Land, Mobile Homes 8 Land. Good or Bad Credit. From 6.9% to 30 years, 1-800-S53-92S6 GreemAlle Mortgage Corp. 109 Court Sq. 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Right:The "Heavenly Strings" Gospel Singers of LaGrange were on hand Saturday night helping with a benefit Hal Edwards family. More than $500 was raised. Other singers included Heaven Bound Too, Steve Presstey, the and Jimmy Norred. s and Anniversaries Coming Herer's who's celebrating birthdays and anniversaries in Hogansville this week. February 8 Christopher Braswell, Estelle Neighbors, Louise LaGrange, Georgia In the Clocktower Center Burson, Lynn Geter, Roy John 706-882-0750 m.., , So., Thompson, IV., Valorie aon-Thurs 4:30-10 0.m. IElg-'Wlt:ljl:Kff;l'l:El;[lIfll|[lllg'lq lht V- Ow.-'-- k Fretwell, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Fri & Sat 4:30-11 p.m. SUSHI BAR COCKTAIL LOUNGE  "tin" m- < Odom, anniversary; = '" " - ....... " - -"'- ....... - " "C " = February9 Angle Turner, Mary Darden, Melody Wegienka. February 10 Brandy Fountain, Don Howell, Kathleen Yarbrough, Serena Cheyenne Hunter. February 11 Jeb Howington, Jerico Glanton, Peggy Wheelus, Stuart Lee, Tanya Dorrough, Mr. and Mrs. Joey Chapman, anniver- sary. February 12 Betty Hammett, Dana Baker, David Noles, Donna Baker, Jamie Rogers, Lewis Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman White, anniversary. February 13 Hazel Freeman, Mary Be.th Askew, Mary Waldrop, Nicholas Sinns, Scuttle Johnson, Mrs. Mark Howington. February 14 Donna Phillips, Higgins, James L. Myron Williams, Cranston, Mr. and Mrs. Griffith, and Mr. Randall Williamson, sary. Life. Love. Family. There is one thing necessary for each of us to fully enjoy these ultimate blessings - good health. And that, in a nutshell, is why West Georgia Health System is committed to providing a complete continuum of care - all the services needed for a lifetime of good health. Our range of services has been carefully designed to meet people's individual needs at particular times of their lives. It ranges from the obvious - obstetrics for newborns, One, HEALTH SYSTEM. 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