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PAGE 2-A ....... ,___ An HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 2002 Zoning Chairman Asks (:ouncil Not to By BRYAN GETER a problem with the city's zon- ing ordinance being followed. Duffey said it is stated in the first two sentences of the ordinance that the zoning committee has the official The Hogansville Planning and Zoning Committee Chairman Wesley Duffey spoke out during the regular authority to make decisions. council meeting Monday "Let us take care of this evening saying there is still thing," Duffey said, "we will do a good job." Duffey said either the council need to go by the present ordinance or change it. "We want to do things that need to be done and keep you (the council) abreast of what is going on," he stated. Councilman Jimmy Li BIB RTY Gun Safes Starting at $;849 Sept 23-28 Mon-Fri 9-6 Sat 9-1 Financing Available www.columbussecurity.com COLUMBUS SECURITY "When Securi' Counts" N 1940 VETERA S PARKWAY COLUMBUS. GA 31904 (706) 327-5625 FAX (706) 596-1270 Jackson asked Duffey of what he was asking for, the planning board already had the atthority. But Dufey rebuffed say- ing, "No we don't." Duffey said that every time their board meet, City Manager David Aldrich need to be present because his advise is needed to carrying on business. Mayor Wilson St. Clair assured Duffey and the zon- ing board they would get what they needed. The Planning and zoning Committee meets once a month on the second Wednesday at 4 p.m. at the council chambers at city hall. Thomas Pike, who serves on the committee said he wants every developer to get san ordinance where there will be no problems and. everybody go by the same ordinance. City Attorney Dan Lee said that some parts of the ordinance is out of date. He said the law says that public hearings are to be held by the city council. St. Clair said with all the subdivisions coming to Hogansvflle, we need to be on the same page. *In other business, the council set two public hear- ing for October 7, 2002. One will be held at 6:30 p.m. for the purpose of rezon- ing approximately 5 acres of land at 1743 E. Main Street from R-1 to C-2. The applica- tion was made in behalf of John Hardy Jones who has the subject property under contract. The other was for a home occupation, lawn care ices, located at 207 Street. A public hearing be held on the same 6:40 p.m. The council voted r for a building inthc Johnson Street. Also they approved renovation for Andy A fire recently much damage to his Since his home is in torical district, requested he tear down tain closely fit it back as it previously. .The contract with Planning, which has standard contract for streetscape project. Used Car Center EXPLORER SPORT, , PL, Tilt, Cruise, Cassette. A/C "99 NISSAN KING CAB Auto, A/C, Tilt. 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Dotson, owner, has named suspects in the incidents. The only thing reported missing wasa small 80CC dirt bile with black and white spray paint on it. Police are investigating the incident. In a separate incident, police are investigating a case where a bike was taken. Joseph W'flliamson of 300 Askew Ave. told police that t3 cle he had borrowed friend. In a separate case, one last Friday vehicle of Oberian 301 Pine Street, hood, cut the theatt cle. " The estimated the damage and $90. The case remains BankingAction Returns to Continued From Page 1A originally from Atmore, AIa., as "Hogansville President in Charge" of the two branches in Hogansville. Mize was the man we were looking for, Thompson stated. He has 30 years of' banking business and being from a small town, he knows how it is different in a small town than from the way things work in a big city. He recently workedf at South Trust in Valley, Ala. He said these two offices will operate as branches of the bank in LaGrange. Both acquisitions are pending regulatory approval. But, Thompson said there shouldn't be any problems since "we are very well capi- talized." Ribbon cutting is planned for each branch for Saturday, November 16 probably around 8 a.m.-8:30 a.m. Thompson said a barbe- cue along with hotdogs and hamburgers will be in the parking lot of the downtown bank beginningat 10&m. that morning and live bluegrass music will be on hand from 10 am..until 2 p.m. that day. CB&T plans to hire six people in Hogansville along with Mize to serve the citi- zens. "All decisions will be made locally," Thompson said, "I don"t think you have had a situation like this in Hogansville since The Citizens Bank was sold." is owned by a pany, Bankshares, Inc. Georgi "We are a stand alone! ty with our own directors," Thompson', "and we are overseen FDIC. These offices Hogansville will branches of our bank." CB&T has nearly $80 million holding company has of $678 million. The Bankshares Inc. is a 101! old company The Carl Von Epps Charity Golf Tournament Wednesday, September25, 2002 The Fields Golf Course In LaGrange, Georgia You are invited to participate in: A day of Fun & 27 holes of Golf! To Benefit Roosevelt Warm Springs Insititute for Rehabilitation Shotgun Start 9:00AM Late Registration 8:30 AM Ribs and Fish Lunch 1:00 PM Awards Reception immediately following Sponsorship and Team of Four: $500 Team of Four: $300 Individual: $75 ***Prizes galore and then some*** For More Information Call: 706-884-6768