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[ WE ARE TIRI!D OF HEARING JOHN ARNOLD'S BEING BLAMED :OR HOGANSVILLE'S TROUBLES. THE IDEAS MAY HAVE BEEN HIS BUT HE COULD NOT HAVE DONE WHAT HE HAS DONE WITHOUT HEI_P FROM CITY HALL. MR. ARNOLD HAS RECEIVED ENORMOUS UP- PORT FROM WILSON ST. CLAIR IN ttlS OFFICE AS MAYOR. IT'S PARTLY OUR FAULT AS CITIZENS-- THE MA ORITY OF US VOTED FOR MR. ST. CLAIR FOUR YEARS \\;GO. BUT NOW WE HAVE ANOTHER CHANCE DON'T VI? LET US NOT MAKE THE ;AME MISTAKE AGAIN. - Roy and Mildred Burdette PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOnS NEWS - THURSDAY, NOX,: 1, 2001 1"/061884-7844 TRTRanch &SupplyCo. I Ill I I I IIIIllll Frazier. 'Promote Back in September, for- mer Hogansville athlete, and now current resident, Bobby Joe "Plna_gier. decided to run for city Council. Bobby Joe played on the first two state basketball championship teams for Hogansville High in 1970 and 1971, and now wants to take on the ever- changing field of politics. Frazier has been in the insurance business for 27 years. After moving back in early 1999 and talking to cit- izens, he received encour- agement from several to run for political office, but had- n't lived here long enough to run in November 1999. "If elected I would devote my time promoting HogansviUe so we can share in the benefits of progress. The citizens' main concerns are high utility bills and prop- erty taxes. I want to give the city other options for revenue other than to raise rates. Hogansville has many senior citizens on a fixed income try- ing to pay bills and buy med- icine on social security and a small retirement check. After all, the senior citizens are the same people that have paid for what we enjoy nov,*. "I would like to see good paying jobs come to Hogansville as well as more retail stores, restaurants, hotels, and other businesses that generate revenue. This will enable the citizens to make a good living and keep their dollars in Hogansville. Hogansville has to be pro business and seek out the right businesses to relocate here. I enision the grov,xh to be centered around the Interstate 85 exit. This would mean very little impact on the everyday life of the citizens as far as traffic is concerned allowing Hogansville to retain its small town atmos- phere and charm. TI, zens would benefit added revenue." Bobby Joe "Most financial require you to make, per month just to so I am not talkin that pay $6.00- $7.00 v,qth qualify to buy educate your job must be like to see it He location with access to the road and Atlanta Airport; therefore, isolated ness. "We are all on the i team - and working makes it a wmnmg ask for your November 6, #2. New 21st Century. Frazier." STEP UP - Darrell of Hogansville was ed to the rank of at a ceremony October 21 City Fire pie promoted to set He has been a the Peachtree City Department for onel Darrell also holds EMA, where he sergeant two pictured with shift Gary North. ]NO LL00lil Leidner Wants o t.0 L0. t] Tempered With Fox EVEm , Or .. I. SIS|| I! lilt IOITliI,! ll.lt I. 6 term. CtntlT lot 1, ])llltllt IdCnSt IPI 1! LOW U i.lS% I-OOO-&?-MPr And Your Approval 18 On The Way SUV's-Trucks-Varm-Cam 1111 to 2001 lOdOIS M jm;4eaweem awd awnmmf ,++...+ n.dy U-wis Dodge Newlmn 770251-1337 mm,b+,o+ opm John Clay (Jack) Leidner is running for Hogansville City Council (Post #4) Jack and his wife Joyce moved to Hogansville almost nine years ago. Joyee, a Georgia gal, want- ed to come home and they found Hogansville and fell in love with it. They opened a small business in Hogansville and Newnan (706) 812-9170 JOIN KITCHENAID IN THE FIGHTAGA=NSr BREAST CANCER ACT NOW KitchenAid will donate 550 to the Susan G. gornen Breast Cancer Foundation " I/Z %N:t doni and IOtdr'Aid Ilu, ] o more nd Kitd'm wil donate 5200 ,, ' I -- nearly eight Leidner is 53 years two college degrees ished at night. He years in the Army from private to Jan. He received the est civilian medal for! during the Gulf War. chairman of Hogansville Trust, which hel nearly $488,000 in for the city. He'S President, Chamber of where he worked Memorial Day His public relations for the Festival has tri attendance. "Hogansville attract growth to way out of ing what Hogansville a great to live. The city solid foundation of business practices hall needs new ideas. We've got everything in the from government private Creative problem with no budget was cialty in the had broad all sorts of we'll be offered all 'great' deals siders. 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