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.-- ~'- - ~ .... ilEIIIlUlI~[JRNI~RRRRBIIINI..RIIIEIJlIRIUJ~I,~III~ _ ~ ~ _ . _ PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2009 Photo By ANDY KOBER HAUNTING IN HOGANSVILLE -After a very successful inaugural event last year, the Hogansville Downtown Development Authority is again hosting the Haunted Theater in the old Royal Theater. Expanded to two weekends, the Haunted Theater opens tonight at 7 p.m. The Haunted Theater will be open 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Fridayand Saturday, Oct. 23-24, and on Friday, Oct. 30. On Saturday, Oct. 31, the Haunted Theater will be open from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. for a special Halloween Haunting. HAUNTED from page 1A ed theater since September. Theater will be open Friday The Royal Haunted and Saturday nights, Oct. 23- 24, and 30, from 7 p.m. until of $10 for adults and $5 for 10 p.m. On Halloween, Oct. children 12 and under. 31, the Haunted Theater will Proceeds generated by be open from 6 p.m. until i0 the Haunted Theater wfll help p.m. fund DDA projects in There is an admission fee Hogansville. B UIl Mayor Jimmy Jackson Leidneraskedabouton-going enforce the provisions of ........ as .ed iffi93J]gl t'e P se c s .T., a" e cit di ,, .... , , uti! ty s,q viac cqul . .q lrr t There would be exemp- Ir m pa e ,t& .. ::, .. ....... , ..... _ .9 - W ...... ....... : ,.,., ....... :, ,. ......... : ...... ................... deatared..-un it.,.for, uJnan,.., process under cur.rent . tions.bui]tmtotheordmance, habitation. Taylor responded vision that takes into account that as a general rule the city absentee property owners could probably refuse to pro- and how to deal with those vide the services. situations. Council member Jack Making A PROCEDURES OFFERED Oral aad Maxillofadal Dental Implants Wisdom teeth, extractions Sleep Apnea TMJ disorders Oral pathology, tumors, cysts, cancers Reconstruction of the face and iaws for trauma or pathology COSMETIC Facial Surgery- lips, eyelids, nose, ears, wrinkles Facial Rejuvenation with Botox'", Restytane and other injectable fillers Fractional Ablative and Non-Ablative Skin resurfacing with the Palomar StarluxTM Laser Palomar SlimLipoTM Laser Body sculpting system-neck, hips, thighs and belly ' Microdermabrasion-crystal and crystal free Safe, comfomble sedation or general anesthesia always available ordinance,ordismissthecase including agricultural use, andthentakeactionunderthe single-family dwellings on new ordinance, small acreage, and local gov- Taylor did report that it ernments, would be easier to revoke the The city would have to old ordinance and replace it appoint a person to enforce with the new ordinance, than the ordinance and that per- attempting to sufficiently son would have to be trained modify and update the old in soil erosion control to ordinance. Environmental Protection Division standards. ALSO UNDER consider- ation is a new ordinance deal- Neither ordinance was ing with soil erosion, sedi- ready for a first reading dur- mentation and pollution con- ing last Monday's council trol, meeting. This ordinance would However, if the ordi- bring the cityinto compliance nances are prepared in time, with the Clean Water Act to a first reading could be held protect state waters, during the Council meeting The ordinance would scheduledforMonday,Nov.2. provide a permit processA second reading with adop- with Hogansville having tion could be on the agenda the power to issue per- for the Monday, Nov. 16coun- mits, collect fees and cil meeting. John R. Scuba, M.D., D.D.S. COLUMBUS .... =- Oral and xillofacial Surgery, P.C. 4405 N. Stadium Dr., Ste. A Ph: 706.507.0901 Fax: 706.507.0984 Columbus, GA 31909 . email: drscuba@columbusoms.com between Shaw H.S. & Maple Ridge Golf Course) www.columbusOMS.com Wendy's Cruise-In 2009 will host its car show on Saturday Oct. 24 from 5-8 p.m. Cars, trucks and all vehicles are welcome. There will be 50/50 pot, door prizes, music, fun and more including the cruiser-of-the-month award. Take Wendy's exit 28 off 1-85 South of Hogansville, Ingles shopping center. Fbr more information call 706-668-7731 or 706-408-0422 or e-mail myraspberry68@charter.net. unnud energy costs Complete line of h oor Air udi /Products , . " SA'#i UP TO St,500 WITH Q ALIFIED ENERGY TAX CREDff+; O , Satishdion guaranteed " "II~ORTANT DEFERRED INIERESI PROMOTIONAL OFFER DETAILS :when o[ie~ed): FINANCE CHARGES octrue arl o tn omauom inJIthose from the date at~u~dlese at file ro~e in effe~ fr,'~ ~ime ~o ~ilne and oil a~.crued FINANCE CHARGES for the enfiie paied will be added to your account if lhe purchase is nol mid in full by the end of the promotional aeriod or if you defaalt under the celd og~ eem ent. Making ff~e minimum m onel~y payment will nel pay off yonr promotional purchase in time to avoid FINANCE (I'M.RGES. Will~ credit approval, for quaJiyng purrh~e~ made on e Sears curd {Sears (emmecinl One'~ accents excluded). Sears Home imprnvemeo Accounl Bin} valid on installed sale only. 0Jfer is ~ly valid for ronsume~ accounts in g~od slending and is ~jed to change ~ithout notice. M~y not be cam bined with oay other (re~it promotional dhr. Pr,~ olionul offers of] 4 m onths or mare reauire minimum m ante y payments as disclos~ in the offer. SEARS O~l)S: APRs u APR the: 04/06/09 cad m oy very. Lower roles may apply. Minimum FINAN([ (H/~: up Io.~ See ce;d agleemenl fo~ deia~ls including ',~en lbe ~futJlt role eppties. Sects colds ale issued by (iiibenk (Soulh Dakota) Hogansviile will be spon- encouraged to decorate the soring theTrunk-N-Treat this trunks of their cars, inside year, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. their vans, or their pickup Saturday, Oct. 31, in the park- truck beds and bring them, ing lot across from the Royal along with bags of treats, to Theater/ Hogansville .City the parking area for the free Hall. event. While the haunted houseIf you or your organiza- will provide plenty of chill- tion would like to participate, ing screams, costumed chil- some spaces remain avail- dren in search of treats can able. enjoy a safe and non-scary For more information Halloween environment at contact Tammy Bilbo at Trunk-n-Treat. Community Bank and Trust Area residents are at 706-637-6S44. Potentiallighting is being to be obtrusive to our resi- tested for the parking lots on dents. Oak Street and Commerce Those with issues or con- Street; and public input is cerns about the lighting, being sought, should contact Holly As this is a test, the light- Haskins-Fehr, Better Home- ing being used may not be the town Manager at Hogansville permanent lighting for the City Hall, Monday, Wednes- area. day or Friday from 8:30 a.m. The lighting being used to noon or call 706-637-8629, in the testing will help veri- or send an e-mail to fy the adequacy and poten- info@downtownhogans- tial location of lighting fix- ville.org tures. Your input is appreciated In an effort to provide and will be taken into consid- proper lighting for safety eration before permanent and visibility, the goal is not lighting is installed. By ANDY KOBER gal window tint. Then on Wednesday, Oct. Hogansville Police 14,Gateswasagainpatrolling Officer R. Gates seized an along 1-185 and conducted a estimated seven pounds of traffic stop on a 1994 suspected marijuana in two Mercury Grand Marquis different incidentslast because the tail lights were week. not functioning. OnTuesday,Oct. 13,Gates Darren Scott, 37, of waspatrollingalongI-185and Montgomery, Alabama, was conducted a traffic stopdue .i o.was -, to dark=window tinting. " , learned. While testing the window hcense suspended. tinting and questioning the driver, Gates became suspi- cious. A check of the car report- edly uncovered an estimated two pounds of marijuana. Marcus R. Harold, 37, of Columbus, was charged with possession of marijuana over one ounce, possession of mar- ijuana with the intent to deliv- er/ sale/distribute, and ille- While conducting an inventory of the car, Gates reportedly found an estimat- ed five pounds of suspected marijuana in the trunk. Scott was charged with possession of marijuana over one ounce, possession of mar- ijuana with the intent to deliv- er/ sale/distribute, and driv- ing while license suspended/ revoked. LaGrange Symphony Performs "Sorcerers, Witches and Things". I The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra cohtinues its 2009- 2010 concert series, "Celebrating 20 Years of Musical Excellence," with "Sorcerers, Witches and Things," sponsored by CB&T, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27 in Callaway Auditorium. Musical selections from Dukes, Albinoni, Saint-Saens, and Mussorgsky take you on a hair-raising journey through the spooky yet mys- tical fall evening. Pianist Kseniia Polstiankina, winner of the 2009 LSO Young Artists Competition, demonstrates her keyboard wizardry as she performs Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto Number 1 in F sharp minor. Polstiankina, a native of Ukraine, is currently a senior music major in the Department of Music at the University of Alabama at Birmingham where she studies piano with Dr. Yakov Kasman. She has won numerous competi- tions including the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Competition,the Birmingham Music Club Competition and the MTNA Southern Division Young Artist Competition. It's also West Side Magnet School night at the Symphony as West Side students, facul- ty and staff will be special guests of the LSO for this evening of familiar music guaranteed to spark every- one's favorite Halloween memories. Dr. Toni Anderson, rf srf 1 rovi eStu i s a r a n a e ? ? ....... ................. preview of the evening's music begin- ning at 7:30 Kseniia p.m. sharp. Polstiankina Imme- diately following this concert there will be a free reception at the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce Plaza located at 111 Bull Street in downtown LaGrange. All concertgoers are invited. Tickets may be pur- chased in advance from the Symphony office by calling 706.882.0662 prior to the day of the concert. Tickets will also be sold at the Callaway Auditorium box office begin- ning at 7:00 p.m. the night of the concert. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. and concertgoers are encouraged to arrive early. Adult tickets are $25 for Mezzanine seating and SIS for seats in the Orchestra and Gallery. Special value seats in the first four rows of the Orchestra section are avail- able for $5. All tickets for stu- dents sixth grade and older are $5. Children fifth grade and younger are admitted free with an adult. For tickets or more infor- mation, please contact the LSO office at 706.882.0662 or e-mail info@lagrangesym- phony.erR, or visit us online at www.lagrangesympho- ny,org