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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVCILLE HERALD - WEDNESDAY, MARCH S, 2014 By ANDY KOBER is that various grants and low- interest loans are dependent Last Monday evening city on having the comprehensive officials took the first step in plan. She noted that other rea- preparing a 20-year compre- , sons included determining hensive plan for the city. future needs, developing a A public hearing was held long-term vision for with Kimberly Dutton, ofHogansville, and fostering a Three Rivers Regional plan of public and private Commission, to begin theinvestment in the city. process. In addition to city offi- Dutton first described the cials, members of the public need for developing such a are encouraged to participate plan and of foremost coilcern :,in development of the corn- prehensive plan. As described, the city's areas and residential areas, for the Steering Committee Dutton outlined four dif- comprehensive plan will fea- It will also note community to being meeting in April, ferent groups from whichture a five-year short-term priorities, development of the plan also input will be sought. That list work program, which will be For cities with zoning reg- beginning in April, with the includes city council mem- part of the larger 20-year ulations, such asHogansviUe, plan being complete and bers and city employees, a package. The longer range a "land use" package is adopted in August. consultant team from Three plan is intended to be updat- required as part of the com- City officials will be dis- Rivers Regional ed on a regular basis, prehensive plan. Though not tributing a survey to resi- Commission, a steering com-The comprehensive planrequired, it is anticipated the dents containing very,basic mittee which is currently will include a vision state- city's plan with include eco- questions. being developed by City ment for the city along with nomicdevelopmentandhous- Residents with questions Manager James Woods, and defining "character area" ing. regarding the comprehen- the public through surveys maps noting the downtown Dutton also laid out an sive plan should contact city and public hearings, area, industrial development ambitious timetable that calls officials at 706-637-8629. Hogansville Health :: D eparanent is open Mar. 11, by appointment vari- ous services available. information call 7 -4834 or 706.845-4085. Story "time at the Ubrary, t0 a.m. Wednesday, Mar. tl, atthe Hogansville Public Free:of charge, 706-637-6230for more information. God's Bread Basket food pantry, open 9 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Mar. 12, behind HogansvUle Senior Center. Sponsored by Hogansvitle Ministerial AssodaUon. Hummingbird Quilt ild, :t p.m., Wednesday, March 1t; inthe Community Room of the Hogansville Housing Authority.: Hogansville Muni Court, t:30 p.m. and 8:30 p m:; :: Wednesday, March 1t, at the Hog lle Por Sta'don. Hogansville Pilot Club ing, 6 p.m., Monday, March 16,at Hogansville City Council meeting, 7 p,m,, Monday, March 16, at hall ........ Town::t ll meeting, ?:l:r.rn!: ' Thursday, March 19, HogansviUe City Hall. public is encouraged to attend. MissWestGeorgia 6 p.m. Saturday, March 21, Hogansvitle Elementary School : auditorium. Sponsored : by Pilot Club for gids birthto12yearsotd. Formoreinfor- rnation call 706-637-8566 or 706- 637-4918. HogansvilleRIotClub ing, 6 p.m. Monday, Apdl6, atlhe ansvitle Recreation nt.. Hogansville City Council meeting; 7 p,m., rit 6, in city halt. public is encour, : aged to attend ........ lle ic :] m g; 7.'30 p,m., 13,at:theLodgein: e. : TO bar, your PERFECT A'n'ENDANCE - Callaway Middle School rewards students who show Cavalier pride by coming to school every day. The name of each student with perfect attendance is placed in a drawing for that month. These students win a gift card from Walmart. The winners for the month of February are: Back Row L-R: Britanie Martin, Austin Thomas, Tely Fanning, Shaniya Woodyard, Derrell Parham. Middle Row: Antinius Barnes, Ahmya Copeland, Issac Simpson, Shyderria Bonner, Messiah Brown, Front Row: Tyler Reese, Ahnesti Fuller, Marquese Agee, Elizabeth Toney, and Cheney Eubanks. !i!iiiii: ;::.,.::::::.: iii!iiiiiiiiiiiii~i~i~i ?.-.i:::" .!':i:!:: : "::''": " :: FEBRUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH - Each month Callaway Middle School recogniZes two students from each team for the "Student of the Month". The award is given to students that exhibit exemplary conduct during the previous month. These students are rewarded with a pizza party and a certificate. For the month of February the award goes to: CMS - Students of the Month February. Back Row (left to right) - Taylor Floyd, Samuel Sung Eun Cho, Lydia Bartlett, Shyderria Bonnet, Shelton Gates, Mrs. Melissa Trimeloni (CMS principal) Middle Row (left to right) - Jackilyn Royster, Treyveon Reeves, Cy Hume, Titaysha Sapp Front Row (left to right) - Chris McGhee, Macie Lambert, Kendra Coverson. Not pictured: Lathan Patterson Law Office of Janelle J. Johnson I