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June 17, 2004     The Hogansville Herald
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Conveniently Located 1/2 Mile From 1-85 Off Exit 13 888-837,7906 - Toil, Free 706-837-0021. Office 706-837:0062 - Fax . Men,.- Frt. 8to 6-Sat. 9 to4 Sun, Closed Financing For: Home Only, Land Home, Zero Down, Down Payment Assistance Specializing In: Modular Construction, Manufactured Homes, Systems Built Homes i i ii i ?,:o Fees, Penalty for early withdrawal Not offer to sell securitie~ M~tl $5,000 ~PY reflects earnings obtained with your new CD & ::a,qk member FDtC, not AFG. Limited to one c~t~e pru3r to pur~e-~ CD inst~ed 10 $10,000 by [ ~;gh rates available. HOGANSVmLE HOME NEws , THURSDAY, JUNE i7, 2004 Streetscape Phase Eyed for July will make the new sidewalks more along Highway 29 from the .. attractive. V(lggly Store tO As part of the sidewalks rehabilita- lation of new lighting along that The work on Phase I Of~,~e tion effort, more ramps onto the new walk and addition of ramps HogansvilleStreetscapeProjectiswin~.. sidewalks are being installed, whichwill make the sidewalks ing down and should be completed by ~Kake the sidewalks more easily acces- by the wheel-chair bound July 3 and already the city is getting sibleby the handicapped. The city has already received ready to call for bids on Phase II, accord- ing to City Manager Randy Jordan. Phase I ~des reb~ding the side- walks in downtown Hogahsville md for about a half-mile west on~ Street, .beyond its intersection with Highway 29. It also included adding new side- walks and re-sodding of the grass at Calvin Hipp Memorial Park. This weeks,crews from Gerald Brooks Construction, a Phenix City, Ala., firm, were busy ripping up the side- walks on Main Street in front of the downtown s~s, pouring new concrete and installing the new brickwork that $200,000 grant from the STILL TO COME as part of Phase Highway Administration which I is ~ installation of new, d~tive administered by the lighting in~ ~te downtown- area ~ new p~ that will hold ~ Phase I1~ orativeshruhaor~ ~ ~~: the I0 Bradford ~ ~ in the down- Jordan ~ on town area. : received copies of t~ plans The trees are being removed state DOT, and that the cit3 because they are berg to rot at ing for bids for the Phase II ground level and ~se their roots soon as possible. would threaten to dan~_ge the new side- It walks, city officials have ~ firm will bid onPhase II since that Phase Ilof the Streetscape Project pany was the recent winner of will include construction of an ~- tract for expansion of the ] ed 5,000 feet of~ sidewalks ~ Riverwa~ Jordan said. ~ . , ,CLOUDS GOOD FOR THEM - Monday was a cloudy day in Hogansville, which was~ good news roofers on top of one of the several new homes neanng completion ~ two~ inside the City limits. Two.Headed Goat Born in B~ class~ a form of ~ twinism heads ~y represent I ~is holding ~The oped, was ~ dead. which of the~ vJunctionFarms m about t~i and in union city at.ate skulls, t 1991, de not fn lamas, pigeons, horses, chickem 30 other Community Minbm Praise and Worship Service istry to bring the Body of Saturday June 19. This month's serv~ewill " rescnmtives to mdall i~ry~ For in