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2 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - M.ARCIt 29, 2001 A Bryan Geter Hurt in I-8S on Monday Two men are in the Columbus in critical condi- md one is in unsatisfactory one-vehicle acci- which occurred Monday on Interstate 85 in near the 30- a quarter mile north Hogansville. Alton L. Tarver, 25, of as is Ronnie Solomon, 27, Shandrell Brewer, 18, of is listed in unsatisfacto- condition as of press time according to a spokesman at the Columbus Medical Center. According to the Newnan Post of the Georgia State Patrol, the accident happened around 9:24 a.m. Monday morning as the car they were traveling was south- bound went out of control and hit the supporting structures of the Sims Bridge near the 30-mile marker. One victim was transported to the Columbus hospital from the wreck site and the other two men were transported to the West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange and then transported to the Columbus Regional Medical Center. | COOL- Pictured with certificates for participating and T-shirts from BelISouth are: Michael Rosser, Brandon Zachery, Zachary Maxwell, Nichole Ray, Michelle Townsend, Latisha Mitchem, teacher Sherri Everett, and Joycie Brown of the pioneers. PUBLIC HEARING The following represents the Monthly Zoning Agenda of request to be considered by the Troup County Board of Zoning Appeals & Planning Commission (BOZAPC) meeting on April 12, 2001 at 10.0 A.M. and the Troup County Board of Commissioners (BOC) meeting on March 17, 2001 at 9.'00 A.M. Both meetings will be held in the Commissioners Chambers located at 900 Dallis Street, LaGrange, CA. All written and oral comments are invited concerning this matter. For more information call (706) 883-1650. Board& Request Hearing Date Appellants Name & Property Location BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. 1. John E. Bradley, Owner placement of a manufactured home &T&RundlJ, fronting on Costley Rd. 517 Carr Rd. LaGrange, GA 30241 d placement of a 300' communications tower fronting on Old Chipley Rd. located on the south side of Old Chipley Rd. near Troup/Meriwether County line BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. 2. HDJM Land, Inc. Owner Geo0000ans VCades00 Applk00mt 5342 Peachtree Rd. Chamblee, GA 30341 Ty Stewart 101 Troon Way LaGrange, GA 30241 a front yard set-back variance of 9' from the required 115' on property at 780 John Lovelace Rd. BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. . placement of a manufactured home fronting at 332 Robert Taylor Rd. conditional use to operate a personal care home fronting on Bartley Rd. BOZAPC April 12, 2001 I0:00 a.m. BOZAPC ........... April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. Randall J. Beesley, Owner Willie Cavender, Applicant 107 Faulk Rd. LaGrange, GA 30240 , / replacement of a manufactured home fronting on Ann Murphy Rd. BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. 5. Richard Wilson 4131 Barfley Rd. West Point, GA 318,33 6. William Colley, Owner David CoUey, Applicant 173 Ann Murphy Rd. West Point, GA 31833 Barbara Owens 422 Baughs Cross Rd. West Point, GA 31833 conditional use to operate a boarding care home fronting on 8 Waldrop Rd. BOZAI April 12, 2.001 10:00 a.m. . Billy J. Pierce 422 Lower Big Springs Rd. LaGrange, GA 30241 replacement of a manufactured home 53 fronting on Drake Rd. BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. , placement of a manufactured home fronting at 2399 New Hutchinson Mill Rd. BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. William Nelson, Owner Sharon Stephens, Applicant 709 Jim Turner Rd. West Point, GA 31833 . home occupation to operate a cleaning service fronting on Upper Glass Bridge Rd, BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. I0. Bobby Bradley, Owner Cynthia Eidson, Applicant 942 U. Glass Bridge Rd. LaGrange, GA 30240 11. David Noles 234 E. View Pt. Dr. LaGrange, GA 30241 replacement of a manufactured home fronting at 1355 Young's Mill Rd. ,\\; placement of a manactured home fronting at 195 Trimble Station Rd. BOZAPC April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. BOZAPC April 12, 2OOl 10:00 a.m. 12. Sam & Joyce Richardson 174 Trimble Station Rd. Hogansville, GA 30230 13. E. Gaines Hart, Owner placement of a 250' communications American Tov, vx, Applicant tower fronting on Hamilton Rd. (Hwy. 27) 3200OdlSt205 north of the intersection of Old Atlanta, GA 30339 Chipley RtL wth Hwy. 27. BOZAt April 12, 2001 10:00 a.m. & BOC April 17, 2001 9:00 a.m. 14. Don Evans, Owner Justin Evans, Applicant 1755 Oak Grove R& Pine Mountain, GA 31833 placement of a manufactured home fronting at 1600 Oak Grove Rd. RF, ZO20000LC00 1. Elaine Carr 614 Rans Rd. Hogansville, GA 30230 applicant wishes to rezone 6.8-acre parcel located on Hogansville Rd. between West Hopson Rd. & Tin Bridge Rd. Intersection from A-100 (Agricultural) to C-100 (Commerical) for the purpose of operating a trucking business with garage SUBDIVISION REVIBW 1. Raby Woods, Preliminary Section 6 I.zxtion: Old West Point Rd. 19 Lots Bonds Required 3. Savannah Place, Section 1 Fnal 8 Lots Location: Newton RdJPyne Rd. No BondsRequired 1. Stone Oaks, Final Location: North Whatley Rd. 16 Lots No Bonds Required Georgia law requires that all parties who have made campaign contributions to any member of the Troup County Board of Commissioners in excess of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) within two (2) years iey I:teoing the filing of any of the fok lowing rezoning request, and who desire to appear at the public hearing in  to rezoning application shall, at least five (5) days prior to the public hearing file a campaign  report with the Troup County Building, Zoning & Plenn PioneerMembet Gives Kids a To00, On Friday, February 2, the Tri-City Council of i BellSouth Telephone Pioneers accompanied six grade students from Mrs. Everett's extension c 1" the City Hall in Hogansville. They were treated tour of the old theater by Diane Carter. She also exp in great detail how city government works and alsol importance of education in obtaining a job with the The students were encouraged to remain in _ work hard, learn all they can, and get as much e uy tion as they can in order to have all the edge they sibly can have in the job market later in life. The students participating in the Job Shado al" project were: Michael Rosser, Michelle Tow:n Ch Latisha" Mitchem, Zachary Maxwell, Brandon Zac was and Nichole Ray, along with their teacher, Sherri Ev_ The telephone pioneers participating were: Lav Wi " Mallory, Bill Brown, and Joycie Brown. jsq" Thanks for Restaurant DEAR EDITOR: Many thanks to Mary Jane Holt for her recent column that gave some restaurant recommenda- tions, She talked about several in our neighborhood but the recommendations we are really thankful for were for Savannah. We knew we were going to attend the Spring Master Gardeners Conference and wanted a Savannah dining experience. The Toucan Cafe, The River House and The Candy Kitchen were superb and we are grateful for her good taste. We had one unusual experience; our waitress at the River House was a ress and sang us a song when we told her came to be there. So if you ever go to House in Savannah, be sure and ask for she surely is one of Savannah's finest sing head DOUG AND YVONNE B - ping H e Local Students' Artwork Picked for Ex ' Congratulations to these place; John Doyle, third place; Also congratulations Creative Cavaliers whose art- Stacy Dean, honorable mention; Creative Cavaliers who  label work was selected to be in the MarcusWflliams, honorable men, honors at the Troup Columbus State University High tion; Jonathon Washington, Kiwanis Art Competition School Exhibition during the Melissa Urban, John Johnson, Ga. Commons Mall:i and month of March as part of Youth Christina Johnson, Lena Drake, Hildebrandt, first place; Art Month: Laura Whitlock, first Jacqueline Chambers, and Ford,thirdplace;MickoW , m I Denver Carter. third place; Alan Stitc him I[]ll  k | II LlJk p| Of the 197artworks submit- place; Chris Coe, thirdpla Coul ted from 11 area high schools, Smith, second place; Sta.! year. IWF_ Ni=ED PFflPIF!I 9o pieces were selected, first place; Malissa Chap he [ ............... [ Callaway High School had 11 of ond place, Jacqueline C Niag I ll__ .- I____.l.* ..1..t I INew 'S mini the 90 pieces in the show. second place. of JUUt1UO, I ll,lllltYdlilll;l, ] Lunch and Message Manager Trainees Continuing for Lent * Rapid Advancement EXP00NCE. NO PROBLEM! Up Io a aw6ekiH00! PLUS BONUSES FOR CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Ca Paul at 770-252-1929 The Hogansville First United Methodist Church will t ing a lunch and a short message every Wednesday during The pricewillbe$2.5) and ery mt e ". March 29 Jessica M. Hatcher, Joel Keith, Joshua Smith, Mr. and Mrs. James D. Seymour, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Aldridge, anniver- sary. March 30 None. March31 Paul Phillips. AprUl Tony Yarbough, Terry NorwoocL AprU2 Bridgette Chapman, Ann Neese, Michelle AprU3 Chrissy Stinwell, Jackie White. Aprg4 Charlyne McMullin, Staley, Erick Dorrough, i Mrs. Joey Duffey, and Mrs. Terry Jones, JACOBS HEALTHCARE CENTER OF HOGANSVILLE, P.C. Lloydstone Jacobs, II, M.D. Family Practice 706-637-5446 Hogansville Plaza 200 Hwy. 29 North Hogansville, Georgia West Georgia Health System Management Services Organization PROVIDING PATIENTS WITH: Primary Care/Internal Medicine Occupational Health/Industrial Medicine X-ray services Drug screening services  Medical Review Officer drug screening progrart Audiometric testing Physicals and preventative c_are i Immunizations and allergy injections Health fair services Dept. of Transportation physicals Educational/Safety programs High blood pressure management Cholesterol/Lipid disorders Flu shots/Pneumonia vaccines Kidney disease Free blood pressure check GYN services Lloydstone. Jacobs, M.D is now receiving new patients. From newborn to adult. Hours: Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 12 noon 1 -- 5 p.m.