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PAGE 2-A THE HOGANSVII,I,E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 13, 2000 Booker Picked To Lead Area Planning Agency Meeting at the center head- quarters in Franklin on COME TO HOGANSVILLE LIBRARYS Open House for our new Compu ters Monday, July 17 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. Hogansville Public Library 600 East Main Street I }mu.r. .In m du' Bill A : I, '/in, k  ( ;,t,,, ]utu/alio/I will tn' o/1 h.nd IH cvd.m I.m to 1/' I/IU t'O/llllllUI3 (/lid (III\\; ('l (]tt(*HHH Thursday, June 29, the Board of Directors of the Chattahoochee- Flint Regional Development Center (CFRDC) chose Mr. tienry L. Booker of Marion, Virginia to head the five coun- ty planning agency. Chose from approximately 20 cadidates for theposition, Booker is a native of Georgia. tie graduated from Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina, and later earned his MBA from Georgia State University in Atlanta. He served a term in the U.S. Al'lny, where assignments included platoon leader, execu- tive officer of an administra- tive company, statistician in a research and development office and commander of the post honor guard. Booker has worked at Fulton County in personnel, and later in finance, where he ran the Comprehensive Employment Training Act (CETA) Program. He worked for three years at College Park as personnel direc- tor, later working at Alpharetta, Georgia as city administrator, and most recently at Marion, Virginia as town manager. Booker is a member of the International City Managers Association, and the Marion Rotary club, where he is past president, he has worked exten- sively in conmumity-based, non-profit organizations, and has taken leadership roles through charging several com- mittees in the local Chamber of Commerce, serving on the board, and chairman of the per- sonnel committee for Mountain Community Action Program; and on the board of Marion in October 1999. BAD BEHAVIOR - What concerns Bobby Sprayberry is the trespassers who are riding ers up and down the levee. He said it would cause erosion and evenually do damage to the of water. He said violaters would be prosecuted. Re-Elect Sheila Rowe Troup C jn,y Boord of Educo]'on District 3 / Water Conservation Continued From page 1A Reservoir. He said people on 4-wheelers are riding up and down the hill and is causing wear and tear. He said he was afraid erosion would soon occur. "It is state mandatory for all vehicleS! stay off the levee," Sprayberry said. "Only power company vehicles allowed there in emergencies." He said the police are patroling and will charge offenders with trespassing and damage to private Chase Tops Continued From page 1A which were thrown from the vehicle. They were released later, he said. Also on Friday evening around 10 p.m., the Troup County drug agents noticed Clinton Kinte Reeves driving a gray Chevrolet Caprice on West Boyd Street in HogansviUe. Reeves, who is wanted for obstruction of an officer, pulled into the driveway at 606 West Bo Street, .......... Reports ,state, the agents had been looking for the vehi- cle which belonged to Tyrone Tigner for forfeiture proce- dures involving a drug investi- Reeves appeared to be walk- ing toward the front door of the house as the agents pulled in behind him and identified them- selves. Reeves immediately fled on foot and could not be found after a brief chase. Authorities said he driver's license inside vehicle. Agents had the towed and a warrant issued for his arrest. Doctor _-- ,,ys Dr. Jacobs and his Continued From page 1A Margie Watkins, are .: ,'" .. :..., . -:, ,:- ... fOw.@6d.JtilF,29.,d weeks aften move t Georgia Dr. Jacobs has already after. leased an apartment in Ms. Watkins is LaGrange and plans to eventu- working as an attorne ally buy a home in the Hoansville area. city of Detroit. i 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 Cab SLT #2106 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 Club Cab SL Keyless I, Raised White Letter Tires, 5.9 Liter V-8, Automatic, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise Dodge Ram 2500 SLT Grand Cherokee i Power Locks, Am/1Fm Cass, Just Factory Loaded Up. "411 too. LHSe, 12,000 miles p year, '2374. Due on signing, '10OO for am/lease tilde-ins at lease enid. '1000 included in payment, WAC, ,$DFD , " 2000 Jeep Wrangler Sport High Back port Bucket eats, I t,'ytinder, tottery Air, OWL, Wrangler AT, AM/FM Stereo/CD, Alum. Wheels, Plus Any Dealer Adds, 1 To Choose From _  "u":u",sz'"'','t,''"''W, Pu't",,wc, san 2000 Ford Expedition 2000 Dodge Ram ST ! 40/20/40 Deluxe Beech Seat, Tilt Wheel, Speed Control, Anti-spin Differ. ee4ial, S.gL Cumedm Diesd, Factory Air, Spare Tire, Flatbed with Goose Neck Reod- Two more at simular Savtns 2000 Dodge Durango SLT