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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 2008 ouam Gonna Thls Placer |4 i , i WA R gelA :: i- back to the table and at least talk to us," Doche said. HOGANSVILI Mayor Jimmy Jackson stressed that Hogansville was selling water to Meriwether County, and the county would resell that water to its customers. He stressed that Hogansville would not be selling water directly to customers in Meriwether County. Hogansville council member Jack Leidner said the terms of the water con- tract between Hogansville and Meriwether County did not prohibit Meriwether County from purchasing water from Lone Oak. Hogansville City Manager Bill Stankiewicz reported that he had been contacted by Dan Lee, who serves as the city attorney for Lone Oak, but did not elab- orate on the discussion. Located about six miles east of Hogansviile on Ga. Hwy. 54, Lone Oak is one of Meriwether County's small- est cities with a population of 104 people according to the 2000 Census. end near the city's water TRAIL [rom page 1A plant on Oak Street. A number of bends and lands wast water treatment curves will length the trail's facility and Public Safety straight-line distance of Center in Pine Mountain. about a quarter mile into a The DNR recreational pleasant walk. trails grant that will fund the This project is actually Hogansville Tower Trail the first phase of what is walking trail project is in the anticipated to be a three amount of $100,000 and does phase project that will require a local match include many more improve- ments to the immediate vicin- THE WALKING trail will ity. include a hard surface trail Council member Jack beginning near the tennis Leidner has pledged the courts at Hogansville HogansviUe Charitable Trust Elementary School, wind will assist with the local around the old Hines match funding the grant pro- Company water tower and gram requires. #303.4.'00 pm - 4 BR / 3,5 BA European Traditional Home Stunn/ng New Home in Arbor Spr/ngs Pier./on 62G2 Lantana Way, Newnan / Coweta 30265 * South Arbor Shores Complete g01f, swim & tennis community 3500~'Heated SF plus 2200+ SF daylight basement, Zoned HVAC #304.6:00 pro. 5 BR / 3.5 BA New Traditional Home Magnificent Home in Dublin Downs Subdivision Lot 30 River Dance Way, Tyrone / Fayette 30290 Over 1 acre level, 2800~ SF plus full daylight basement 2007 #305- 6.'Q0 4 BR / 3.5 BA New 2.StorY Home Convenient locaL/on in Dublin Down Lot 31 River Dance Way, Tyrone ! Fayette 30290 2727+ SF Daylight basement ~ +/~re lot * Easy access to GA Hwy, 74 and 1-85 | Date: March 8 Time: 10:00 to ? Live radio Broadcasting Prizes and Lots of Fun! Come on Down and Join Us! Do You Have a Great Chili Recipe? Win a Blue Ribbon or a Cash Prize 1st, 2nd, and 3rd cash prizes. Entry fee is $15 Contact 706-655.-3634 or 706-655-2005 Ghili Must Be made on the Spot! DEADLINE TO ENTER IS MARCH 5TH! I! Kick-o~1200# right w~th big smlings on John Deem t~lctors and irnplemmltsl From residential mowm~ to sedous farm tractors, SunSouth has the best sol often, service and price in the region, Stop by today! Z" Juniper,Sofa 5 Piece Uving Room $1 tiy tudes Sol& L.o, -seat, Table & 2 End TaLtes You're Gon "ll'lds Placer West Georgia and East Alabama's Y Lafayette Parkway La Grange, GA No interest f nancing available! Monday- Friday: 10am-7pm Saturday: 10am-6pm Closed Sunday Phone: (706) 845-1663 - ~ . ,&~.;(?f (:Q "On approved credit Minimum porchase of $1999 reduired. Rnancing Fovided by Ci~ Rnandal Retail Services. Fir~nce Charges wilt not accrue on the purchase durin9 ~e credit promo~or~al period if the required minimum ~ayment is made each billing cycle during the credit pronlofional period when due. The purchase price is divided by the number of months in 6ae c~odit ptomoiionaf period to delermine equal moalh/y pa,/Itle l ~s to be made during the credit pmtn o~mM i~riod. Credit promofiorml period may be terminatod it you default under your account agreement. United States stores: Standard APR 23.50%, Default Rate APR 26.99~, minimum monthly linance charge $1.50. Canada stores: Standard APR 28.75%. SEE STORE FOR DETAILS. Some ;daces and fabric prints may ~ry by region. Sel~ton may w~r~ by store. Al~ough e,~t y pretmulioa is t=d