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4--HOGANSVILLE HERALDDTHURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1999 Tax Forms Federal and State tax forms are available at Hogansville Library. Legislation took on new chal- lenges with a different focus this week. HB 331 was passed which would allow people to sell up to four of their own tickets to events such as concerts and sporting events. As of now, this is considered ticket scalp- ing, and is illegal. This bill also de- fines exactly what constitutes a ticket broker. The new regulations include provisions that ticket brokers must maintain a permanent office with a post office box. They must also ob- tain a local business license and be able to post a bond of $150,000 to ensure that they can reimburse cus- tomers. At their office, they must post the refund policy and the face value of tickets. Charitable organiza- tions are exempt under this bill. HB 37, which we also passed this week, declares that any inmate convicted of a sexual offense of a minor would not be allowed visitation by a person under the age of 18. However, the bill does allow visiting of siblings and children of the inmate. We will create the Joint Highway Study Committee to examine chal- lenges brought on by population growth and increasing traffic through- out our great state with the passage of HB 82. The Committee will conduct an overall study of driver safety with a thorough examination of an entire range of issues relating to highway safety and the smooth flow of traffic, freight and passengers through Geor- gia. Georgia has more than 280,000 accidents reported each year. I have introduced what I consider a significant piece of legislation with the potential for having a great im- pact on our families. House Bill 583 will allow a state tax credit for quality child-care expenses that will not ex- ceed 10 percent of the total amount expended for qualified'child care expenses per qualifying child or $1500 per qualifying child, which- ever is less. No taxpayer under this proposal will be entitled to such credit with respect to the same qualified child-care expenses claimed by ,in- other taxpayer. This will most cer- tainly help the parents who struggle to pay child-care along with their other expenses. This bill will require a fiscal note to indicate the actual cost to the State of Georgia. I made the official request in early January to the budget office with no response at the time of this report. Companion legislation that is part of Governor Barnes' agenda was con- sidered and passed the House this week. HB 278 and HB 279 :ire de- signed to reinforce the Georgia Sun- shine Law. HB 278 would require officials to stale under oath their rea- sons for closing government meet- ings and HB 279 would allow a fine of $100 for violations of the state law requiring governments to make their records available to the public. Both bills are designed to force govern- ment agencies to cooperate with the public and the press when either wants more access to the information. HB 181, the Georgia Teen Smok- ing Act, also received quite a bit of discussion this week but was tabled by a vote of 109 to 53. This legislation would make it a misdemeanor for any- one under the age of 18 attempting to buy cigarettes. Originally, the bill would have suspended u person's driver's license; however, after going through the committee process, the penalty was c hun gad so a person would have to do 20 hours of community service and attend an anti-smoking lecture. To be considered again by the House, the bill has to be voted off of the table which does not happen very, often. As always, if 1 can be of any service, please contact me, Carl Von Epps at 409 G LOB, Atlanta, Georgia 30334 or call me at 404-656-0116. Sunday School is at 10 a.m. At the 11 o'clock worship service, Rev. Prescott's message was taken from Romans 1:15,16, Hebrews 3:7- 8, Isaiah 55:6, 1st Corinthians 2:2-6. Today is the day, for tomorrow never comes. We had 20 visitors. Evening services are at 7 p.m. His text was taken from Psalms 34:3-6, God is a big God. The service began with atestim, :rvice bcforeRev. Prescott's message. We enjoyed a very spiritual meeting. Wednesday prayer service is at 7 p.m. Continue to be much in prayer for all the sick, especially our pastor and his family. We invite you to come worship with us. Read & Use The Classified Section Hogansville Recreation Department Baseball/Softball Registration 1999 Registration for youth baseball and  ed 4-5 year old T-Bail; Coed 6- softball for boys and girls ages 4-14 8 year old Coach Pitch; 9-10 year old will be held March 1st - 5th at the Baseball; 11-12 year old Baseball; Hogansville Recreation Department 13-14 year old Baseball; 9-10 year on 304 Church Street from 4:30 p,m. old girls Ft Pitch Softball; 11-12 - 7:00 p.m. each day. yearold girls Fast Pitch Softball; 13- To register your child for baseball 14 year old girls' Fast Pitch Softball. or softball a parent or guardian must The participant s playing age will filloutandsignaregistration format be determined by their age on July the Recreation Department. We also 31; 1999 for baseball,January 1, 1999 require a copy of the participant's for softball and august 31, 1999 for • 1 st and 2nd Mortgages • Pay High Rate Credit 3a.,ds € Brick - Frame- Double Wides with Land • Pay Out of Bankruptcy • Condos & 2 to 4 Famib/Dwellings • Less Than Pedect Credit OK • Non-owner Occupied Pmpeaies • Free Quotes To You On Phone • Mixed Use Properties • No Application Fees Up Front @ Debt Consolidaons • 10 to 30 Yew Tqcms Available • Home Improvem4mt Loans • Rates S,..jc to Change @ Lower I)nthl Panenls b asmuch as 1/2 • Some Restri EXAMPLE LOANS AT 7% RATE AMOUNT 180 MONTHS 360 MONTHS $1n not) $89.88 N/A $20,000 $179.77 $133.06 $30,000 $269.65 $199.59 $50,000 $449.41 $332.65 $75,000 $674.12 $498.98 (LOANS FROM $10,o00 to $500,000.00)  GEo GIA RESIDEN.TIAL MORTGAGE LI,GENSEE ,, 31 N h i riv • ili i 14 - c A 1" birth certificate to keep on file at our office. There will be a $15.00 registra- tion fee for city residents and a $20.00 registration fee for non-city residents. Registration taken after March 5th will be assessed a $5.00 late fee. Insurance is not mandatory, but will be available at an additional $10.00 fee. The age groups are as follows: T-ball and coach pitch. We need volunteers who are will- ing to work with our youth and to serve as coaches. We also need spon- sors for our youth league teams. Any individual, club or business may be- come a sponsor in our youth pro- grams. Anyone who would like more in- formation can contact Don Howell at 637-4427. If You Have Information Regarding Criminal Activity In Troup County, Call: You Need Not Give Your Name. All Information Is Anonymous And Confidential. Cash Awards May Be given For Information Leadin[[ To An Arrest Or Indictment. I The City Of Hogansville is soliciting bids for the collection and disposal of garbage (solid waste) in the City of Hogansville. The bid must be for at least  curbside pickup and once a week pickup for qualified disabled customers at the back door. Successful bidder must include everything necessary for pickup such as truck, containers (approximately 90 gallons), personnel, etc. It is also mandatory that bidder have insurance necessary including worker's compensation, $1,000,000 liability insurance, etc. Please submit bid on a per customer per month basis. Bids may be submitted with vendor paying tipping fee or City of Hogansville paying tipping fee. Bid should clearly stipulate which way the bid proposal is intended or leave as two distinct options or proposals. Sealed bids should be submitted to the City Manager's Office, 400 East Main Street, Hogansville, GA 30230 no later than 5:00 p.m., March 5, 1999. The pickup should include both residential and commercial customers small enough to utilize the 90 gallon containers. We currently have approximately 1200 such customers. Wayne Evans Auction Company, I; (706) 324.0344, GA Lic.#165, (800) 282.8460 Pine Ridge Mobile Home Community The City of Hogansville reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive any or all formalities in the bidding process. A POEM ANO OelmON By M. Rosser Lunsford (Poet Laureate Putnam County) Shadows That Walk There are shadows that walk my floor at night, sometimes bringing anxiety and fright; I know in my mind they are kin passed on, for who could forget one of their own... Even from their graves I know they still care, for no love was dead when we put them there; every single day they are still around, for love doesn't die with six feet of ground... I still try in vain to speak to them all, but death is final on earth with his call; happy I ant the shadows never balk, for the time will come when our shadows will walk... Goodwill needs donations! (It's tax-deductible) • Clothing • Household Items • Furniture • Small Appliances Call 706-846-2444, For Home Pickup Come Join Us! We offer: • New & Used Homes for sale • Homes for rent • Newly developed lots for rent We pride ourselves in being a family oriented community. We are located in the quiet, small town of Hogansville and are just one mile from 1-85. 706-637-8130 ,i Customer Appreciation Week Monday, February 15 - Friday, February 20th Take An Extra 10 off Already Discounted Prices At The Emporium Designer Outlet 101 W. Main St. • Manchester, GA Phone 706-846-0231 \\; Invitation To Bid tnk e on surplus property The City of Hogansville is seeking to sell a 198 tin Caterpillar 943 rear engine track front-end loader. ThtOrk, piece of equipment has been declared surplus propert) "Pr bythe City of Hogansville and is available to be viewe between {he hours of 9:00 . and 4:00 p.m. MondaY""'" through Fdday at Willoughby s Garage on Oak Stree Hogansville, Georgia 30230. Bids will be received until 5:00 plm. on Wednesda February 24, 1999 at the City Manager s Office in Cit[ Hall, 400 East Main Street, Hogansville, Georgia. Bids must be 8ealed. The City of Hogansville.reserves the right to accept reject any or all bids and to waive any or all formaliti, in the bidding process. SAT., FEB. 20" 10:00 A.M1 Valley Tractor & Traflei00 6855 Hwy. 27 * Pine Mountain, GA -- OWNER E{NG-- VEHICLES: '31 Ford Model A Roadster, 96 Ford Ranger XkY, 91 Mustang Co ible, '87 Nissa,,n 200SX, '86 Ford Ranger Ext. Cab, '86 Ford Bronco II 4WD, '81 cedes 240D, 77 Mercedes 450SL, '73 Ford Bronco 4WD, '73 Ford F250, '72 C60 Dumptruck, Int'l Har-vester 1/2-Ton Pickup. RECREATIONAL MEHICLES: FMC 29' Motorcoach. HEAVY EQUIP.: Thomas 233HD Steer Skid Loader, Ne land T550 Trencher, Ford 445 Backhoe, Bobcat Bucket w/New Quick-Catch Teal'. €t TRACTORS: Ford 3000, Ford 21300, Ford 3000 w/Bush Hog, 2 Ford 8N, Deere 1010, John Deere MT w/Hydraulic Lift, Jacobsen w/Foldaway Greens MISC. EQUlR: EZ-Go Golfcarts (5), Cushman Carts (2), MTD Riding Lawn Jacob-sen Riding Lawn Mower, Cultivators (6), Rotary Cutters, Plows, Harrows, Spreaders, 6' Drag Box, Vermeer Chipper, 400-Gal. Water Tank/Trailer, .Waste Fuel Tank/Trailer, Bobcat 225G Generator, Hotsy Pressure Washer, 'Pump, Jet Heater, Chop Saw, Scroll Saw, Nailer, Rotary Hammer, Welders, pressors, Engine Hoist, Misc. Scaffolding, Log Splitter, Asst. Shop Tools, (Asst. Sizes), Tow Dollies (2). COLLECTIBLE TOYS: Antique Metal Cars, Tractors & Heavy Equip., 1923 Ives Electric Train Sat (Engine & 2 Cars), Reproductions. INSR: Fri., Feb. 19, 9-4. DIR.: From 1-85, take Exit 14; go mi. Sale site is on the left at the comer of U.S. 27 & Ebenezer Church Rd. Auction Signs. TERMS: Cash, Cashier's Check. 5% Buyer's Premium. CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME FOR ABSOLUTE SAT., FEB. 20 * 12:00 Valley Tractor & 6855 Hwy. 27 * Pine Mountain, GA -- OWNER RETIRING -- |re bee .......................... " ' extell ....... Ue.s,S'i" 00ili!ii',}!iL til:{i: :il?}00tc00 Exquisitely designed commercial building containing 4,900 squa,,.._o# itocYl! feet for multiple purpose usage. Spacious living quarters on sec  _ floor containing 700 square feet of "never before occupied" space 0 the Building sits on one prime acre of fenced-in land at the corner oolLnite bt 27and Ebenezer Church Road in Pine Mountain. The multi-pur lcient building contains an attractive glass frontage showroom and lar The x drive-thru shop. Rear of building has 14' roll-up overhead doors:ck to I Subject property is located 4.5 miles north of Pine Mountain anahe n W miles south of I-185. ty inl REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 12:00 NOON j conti INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT -- CALL OUR OFF, bet t days. 5% Buyer's Premium.