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PAGE IO-A HOGANSVIIA.E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 2002 TAKING PART- On February 2 Lauren Walker (left) and Hannah Brackets attended the Govemor's Rally with the Manchester Kiwanis Club. The girls are members of MHS Key Club and are pictured with Rebecca Loftin, Manchester Kiwanis Club president (center). The girls came from the rally with the encouragement to do more for their school and community. They met different Key Club members from District 2, along with other Kiwanians. Educators Will Meet Feb. 28 Troup Retired Educators Association will meet Thursday, February 28 at 11:30 a.m. at the Highland Country Club in LaGrange. The program will be pre- sented by Dean and Nancy Larson of the LaGrange Dulcimer Players. President Ralph John'son invites all retirees to attend this meet- ing. Donate Books For School Have a heart, donate a Council Votes to Table book[ Be a part of Hogansville Elementary's Bookshare Program and Comprehensive Plan Board member Terry By Bryan Geter The Hogansville City Council voted unanimously Monday night to table the pro- posed comprehensive plan that was prepared by the Chatt-Flint RDC until the Hogansville Planning and Zoning Board, City Manager David Aldrich and the HogansviUe City Council can meet with Tom Sills of Chatt- Flint so all can go over the proposed plan to work out what is best for the city in the years to come. Aldrich said great input was in the plan by Chatt-Flint but everyone needs to get their input into the plan. Mayor Wilson St. Clair commended Sills on the job he had done on the plan. "Ya'll have done a good job," he stated, "It is only two or three percent away from a good plan." A public hearing was held prior to the council meeting to give the public a chance to have their say about the plan. Aldrich told the crowd that the city would like to get the plan incorporated soon for it is 98-99 percent ready to accept. .... The Planning andZaaing Committee met last week and found several flaws and had several questions concerning the plan. Searels said the plan was almost the same as it was two years ago. The maps are the same except for adding Larry Dorrough's property (former council member) into the city. The maps are not right, he said. "How can you plan for the next ten years when you don know what happened in the last ten years?" Searels asked. Another flaw the com- mittee had problems with is the proposed population growth of Hogansville. Chatt-Flint, who took the figures from the 2000 census, says that the city could grow between one person up to 800 in the next ten years. Searels said that doesn't make sense since people in the Atlanta area are moving south. "Hogansville will grow, no doubt," he stated. Councilwoman Jean Crocker said a lot of people are dying in Hogansville. But, board member Thomas Pike said that HogansviUe does not have many empty houses, even though there are many deaths here. Councilman Jack Iidner said he had a problem with the proposed population part, as well, even though this is a living and working docu- ment. donate a book to our school media center. Bookplates will be placed in the front of each book to remember a loved one, honor your child's birthday, honor a special per- son or give a message of encouragement from your business, class or club. Here's how: Review our school's wish list; choose some rifles to share with our children; complete the fami- ly order form and return to the school media center with your donation by February 28th. Please contact Jean Crocker at 637-4086 for fur- ther details. Harrisonville Hosts Singers The New Generation gospel singers will be at Harrisonville Baptist Church on Saturday, February 16 at 7:00 p.m. Harrisonville Baptist Church is located on Highway 54 in the Harrisonville Community. Please join us for worship service. 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