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Page 3 II th nsviii Formerly The Hogansville Herald m Serving the Hogansville-Grant00le Area Since 1944 F00I! A00.m Page 10 PRSRT STD AUTO U S POSTAGE PAID '." HOGAt'4SVILLE GA PERMIT NO 3,5 1 59, NO. 37 HOGANSVILLE, GEORGIA- THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2002 10 PAGES 1 SECTION 50 ' Issues Wate Ban UI at Lamar State Forces Hogansville To Maintain Creek Level Over surface, it would that LaGrange's 49-0 over the Callaway was a blowout. a second and even the score would yield the same con- Callaway head Giddens saw from a different per- beat by a great I'm proud of our played hard for we will be team for the rest of use this as a experience," said "Kowalski and the other sen- their spirits up and down the road." Cavs held the who appeared to into the game 'a little according to coach Steve points in the ioints in both the and third quarters on both sides a why the defend- champions are number I again. guys have speed said Giddens. try to stop one game they just .' gears and keep com- a with something have a great team of the ball, no it." did move the defense. I and Chris !combined to rush for 100 yards. Martin had on 15 carries and added 41 yards, car- , Page IOA KUYKENDALL By BRYAN GETER The Hogansville City Council issued an outside water ban for residents until further notice during last Tuesday's council meeting. City Manager David Aldrich said in order to keep the city's creeks at a state mandated stream flow, the city has been using water from the city's reservoir. He said the reservoir is beginning to run low. "The creek reached a low- flow threshold about five weeks ago," Aldrich stated," which then required the city to supplement Blue Creek with water from the reser- voir, under the state's "7-Q- 10" plan." Aldrich said this has made a big impact on the reservoir and "we have real- ly been seeing the level drop a lot faster." The council voted unani- Stage" or ban," which would prohibit all outdoor watering. The water ban is expect- ed to cut down on city-wide water use by 25 to 30 percent. The ban was oriy an odd-even system where res- idents first would be warned an then a fine ff found in vio- lation. A third infraction would be to discon- nect servic- es. Aldrich said the city, if need be, could pro- hibit all out- side water Aldrich use including commercial businesses such as car wash- es. In other business, the council approved an electric service ordinance that set fees for running under- ground electric service. The plan was modified from its first public reading, eliminating a clause that would allow the city to file a lien against the home if the utility bills were 60 days late. Councilman Charlie F. Martin said it would be unfair for a tenant to run up a bill and take off without paying, leaving the landowner City Attorney Dan Lee said the theory behind includ- ing the clause was to have the landlords "share some of the burdens with the city" to make sure the utility bills were paid. The council set a public hearing for 6:45 p.m. on October 7 for Mike's Elite pouring license application. sy m/Babw THE TRIANGLE - Four of Callaway's cheerleaders prepare for the game with the Grangers before the kickoff last Friday. Pictured above are (L-R) Tareva G, Portia Hill, Holle Leath and Latoya Laye (air). Hogansville Police Probe Forgery Case By BnV The Hogansville Police Department bad a busy week- end investigating cases including burglary and for- gery in the first degree. Willie Cameron of 202 Popular Sweet told police upon his arrival at the car wash located at 227 Hwy 29N Sunday morning, he noticed, when he started to get change, that someone has busted the padlock on the door of the storage room. Investigator Corey Keele said the unknown offender used bolt cutters to cut off the padlock. Owner Barry Chapman said that $30 in change was See FORGERY, Page 2-A Bird Tests Positive for lk'est Nile Vir00as bird found last week on of the Troup County in LaGrange e West Nile Center Manager Dan ) of seniors found lawn outside the the 1Youp County were immedi- after which the dead collected and sent to the of Georgia for testing. On Wednesday, September 4, at 10:00 a.m., UGA confirmed that the bird was infected with the West Nile Virus. "I announced the results to our seniors during lunch on Wednesday," Wooten said. "I also instructed them to use insect repel- lents any time they are outdoors." The Senior Center currently has no scheduled outdoor activities that would be interrupted to the discov- ery, according to Wooten. Parks and Recreation Director Tod Tentler said to other dead birds were found recently at Shuford Fields Softball Complex, located CAUTION- Moving water in land- scaping pools such as this one is less likely to have mosq, but persons in the woods should be war,,, around any slow-moving creek, pond or swamp, near the Senior Center. "Unfortunately, the birds had decayed beyond the point of possi- ble testing," Tentler said. As a precautionary measure, Tentler said the Parks and Recreation Commission has taken the following actions. "We have notified the City of LaGrange and asked that all areas where water naturally collects in the vicinity of the Senior Center and Shuford Fields be sprayed with insecticide. We have also advised our parks maintenance crews and Troup Transit drivers to use insect repellant while conducting their duties outdoors." LaGrange Academy and LaGrange High School currently use the Shuford Fields complex for practice and regular season softball games. "We have contacted both schools and advised them of the situation," Tentler said. "We do not know, nor can the Health Department confirm, that the dead bird found at the Senior Center was infected loc.ally. It could have contracted the virus elsewhere and simply died here. Nevertheless, we felt it appropriate to take these precautions for the safety and healthof our employees and the gen- eral public."