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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVIIAJ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOV. 28 2002 COL Ddwrs- Cla N S-<jle & Team - $13,56 and $173)0 /Machine Operators Producti - HaeW  Haqumd Mechanical Assembly Excellent Pay/remp Position Imide Sales R - F.ry U ,/Admin. Position - Must Have Word/Excel Exp [i -" V'-001:l Staffi 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffingcom EOE Dogs StillesCOncern (.,mncil "I like to see "No Parking" all By BRYAN GETER One problem m catching these the way down the street," he said, Councilman Bobby Joe Frazier asked City Manager David Aldrich how manydog cages the city had. Aldrich answered saying, three. Frazier asked if the city could get more. Aldrich said the cost would be $150 each but assured the council- man that the tranquilizer gun was used on occasions. Aldrich said one pack had six dogs m it and now it is down to one. "We are making progress," he said. But Councilman Charlie F. Martin doesn't think so. "I think we are dragging our feet," he stated," why can't we use tranquilizer gun on these dogs." Martin is an avid early morning walker who have had run into these animals is that residents are-.'eed- "maybe that will settle the parking ing the dogs and they won't g tt0 problem. They can park in their the cage for food, Aldrich stated, drzveways. Mayor Wilson St. Clair told the city manager to get three more cages. Litters of stray puppies are showing up m Hogansxfille, dogs are chasing residents in their yards and some are even getting on people's porches. Aldrich said he knows where the stray dogs are, but catching them is another thing. In other news, the Councilman Martin enlightened the city manag- er about a problem on Boozer Street concerning parking. A "No Parking" sign use to be up on the street but has been torn down, Martin stated. Councilman Jack Leidner had concerns about the potholes on Boyd Street. He said they get worst when it rams. Aldrich said his crew fix one hole on the street with cold mix, recently. Leidner said their is another one big enough that somebody could be fishing m it. Aldrich assured the council that the "speed limits" have arrived and have been erected. He said his crew members are working on the ditches and get to the right/ways at a later time. G O O DOG- pet need to like Tucker LaGrang, who his "Abby" Hogansvi during t festiva Dogs leashes pet are not problem: the runnin loose have leaders cerned. Why Talk Turke f Visit Us and Save Thousands /nstead! All Lot Models Reduced!!! Fantastic Buy! 27 x 76, 4 Br, 2 Bath, Living Room, Large Den, Parent's Retreat off spacious Master Bedroom, w/ Glamour Bath Hurry 1 of a Kind!ll Starter Home-Deluxe Throughout. 3 Br, 2 Bath, Free furniture & De.rations. Two Locations to Serve You In North Georgia  t  "Tke lleme of "llo_rton" Tke Pal=' /dlJ" Horton Homes ! !1 of Griffin 1628 HIGHWAY 41, GRIFFIN, GA., 800-981-2534 of Jonesboro 9298 TARA BLVD,, JONESBOR0, CA, 678479-9174 City Hall To Get Canopy By BRYAN GETER The Hogansville City Council voted unanimously to hire Bainbridge and Martin to design the new canopy at city hall. The architects will charge the city $2,000 to get the project ready to be bided out. Councilman Jack Leidner said their is a $28,000 Heritage Grant along with other grants to help pay for the project. Then, the Hogansville Chairable Trust will most of the rest The council also agreed that Hogansville should con- tinue to have two members to represent the city on the IYoup County Planning and Zoning Commission. Mayor Wilson St. Clair said the is wanting to cut Point to one each on the board and IYoup County and LaGrange will have four each. 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"Do-Not,Resuscitate" NOT required, Home Health Aides Social Services Licensed Profeional Counselor on Staff Spiritual Care (Three Chaplains on Staff) Bereavement Support (Three Certified Bereavement Facilitators), Medicare,ledicaid Certified/State Licensed. Serving Georgia and Alabama HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE PROVIDED IN HOME, NURSING HOMES, ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES . VISTAcARE 850 Brookstone Centre Parkway Suite 200 Columbus, Georgia 31904 Cl Today! "" 706-653-0835 or 1-800..8'13-2629 By anlan 6etat IT'S FUN SHOPPING IN HOGANSVILLE - Tera Tarawater (R) of LaGrange with her son, Carson, and mother-in-law, Janet Geter enjoyed shopping in downtown Hogansville They loved the antique store owned by Ray Cheatham Cotmcii! 00tpproves l;'c Continued From Page 1A from the back and 33 feet from the curve The original setbacks were 35 feet. Mayor Wilson St. Clair said, "I don't think this is unreasonable." Geheren said he is installing Utifities at Creekside at the present time and hope to start building homes m the spring. In other business, the council approved the 2nd reading of abandoned vehi- cle ordinance. A public hearing was set for December 16 at 6:45 p.m. for Shell Mart for alcohol license. The council apprJved t variance during the meeting. "00nce Plan First, the coun00De approved a variance fr,i Helen Thompson at 101 WhiJ "(' Street. Thompson asked tl --' council for a 14 foot varian sos Ho he can build a shed behich 1 ri her house. Ehrist A variance for Pauli ecen Dansby at 603 Eli Street w hare also approved so she can teE lien I aown an existing house a replace,it V, a..,,one. L'II:A1 e Bomb 8;care Tu00rns (3 t l , Be True, Continued From Page 1A Lattimor said he couldn't prove it, but it looked like young people, possible teenagers, trying to make a bomb and were coming back later to see what could be done. He said he came to this conclusion since it was place make the fertilizer explode," Hatcher said. The GBI bomb techni- cians used a robot to squirt a high pressure stream of water that obliterated the devices in a mailbox in front of  Ha abandoned house on the abhool doned part of the road. ]ing on l Lattimor said he couldn.m. tell how long the device ha been in the mailbox, but h/I, suspects only a short time: ,v.uu There s no suspects at thA[-r ! time, but the inciden{ -'v'' remains under investi Polic00'00 lm,estigate I; r00ous .tnc Continued From Page 1A that her neighbor, Rhonda, in apartment 4B had been play- ing loud music since 4 p.m. Unable to make contact by knocking, officers had the keyholder unlock the door to check on the resident's wel- fare. Reports stated that offi- cers found no one at home, as the radio had been left on. Reports, also states that Lakes waited until 11 p.m. to complain. A stolen vehicle, was located on Hightower Street on Friday, November 15 at 4;20 p.m. Ms eter, of the HCIA Pre-K Program located at 302 Pine Street advised police that a 1981 white LTD Ford was parked on Hightower Street behind the Pre-K building. Police found that vehicle had been stolen for investigation. In a separate Rita Kelley of Head Start, 301 Pine told police that between Nov. 11- Nov. II caused damage to the ern door of the main ing. No suspects are in but police are investi the case. ES Mobi Hom#s 1706 280 Bypass PHENIX CITY, AL (334) 298-1211 ZERO DOWN! BEST DEAL HoME CAN HELP YOU FINANCE A NE HOME WITH LAND PLUS IMPROVE" MENTS WITH ZERO MONEY DOWN) ,..," GOVERNMENT LOANS! EVERYONE CAN QUALIFY FOR A NEW HOME, ESPECIALLY NO CREDIT. FIRST.TIME BUYERS AND SINGLE PARENTS IP"IOUSE FINANCING. ALL CREDIT CONSIDERED. $27,995 FOR NEW DOUBLEWI0i HOME! FEATURES LARGE LIVING ROOM. HUGE DINING ROOM. WORK" SAVER KITCHEN, 3 FULL-SIZE BEIY ROOMS AND 2 SPACIOUS FULL Y EQUIPPED BATHS. 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