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Dirt Track Causes Concern From Citizens, Commission By Bryan Geter Commissioner Emmitt Clark told his fellow com- missioners during Wednesday's meeting that he has had numerous calls with citizens complaining about a dirt track off of Meadows Boone Road near LuthersviUe. Sheriff Steve Whitlock agreed that he also has had calls about the matter. Luthersville Councilwoman Margaret Park publicity stated that she was opposed to the dirt track. She said the dirt track is close to the Girls Scouts Camp. "It will be a real disad- vantage to have the noise ou! there," she said, "when new families and girls come in." Whitlock said he has checked the site out and was told no profits were involved. Clark said he checked the internet and found there was a $10 charge, but it could have been taken off by now. The commissioners decided to have the zoning office go and check on the sit- uation to see if any code vio- lation were being made. ago. Eugene Smenner told him During the health board meeting last Tuesday, President of the board and Mayor of manchester, Dorsey Wilson said if the park was in the city limits of Manchester, it would have already been condemned. Newly appointed County Administrator Robert Hiss said that Meriwether County Health Board inspector sewage was running every- where. Commissioner chairman Arthur Pearson said the mat- ter would be turned over to the zoning department and code enforcer. "We will let our attorney look at the matter for legali- ty purposes," Pearson said, "and we will take action in January." In other business, the board voted to pay Florida Rock Industries, Inc. $5,040 for cold mix that was used on the county's repaying proj- ect during the fall. The board appointed Margie McCoy of Luthersville to the Region 2 Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Service Board replac- ing Deborah Smith, who served this capacity for the Spast two mad a half years. Smith recently moved out of Meriwether County. The Board also appoint- ed Paula Nesmith to service on the Planning Commission. The spot became vacant due to the death of Jimmy Nesmith. The appoints expires in March 2005. In other business, the board will investigate the /ndition of the Pine Park Trailer Park on the Nebula Road near Manchester for health reasons. The Meriwether County Health Board would like for the park to be condemned for violation of their c.,de. "There is raw sewage on the ground running every- where," Clark said, "half of the trailers are empty and sewage is running into the creek." Commissioner Clark, who also serves on the Health Board, said the commission- ers should have condemned the park three or four years Santa Visits ASTOUNDING VALUE! THIS VERY COMFORTABLE CONTEMPORARY SOFA with loose pillows and accent bolsters is an incredible $399 when ou bu t the matching Ioveseat, also at $399. Available in Sage green or blue. ;499 LEATHER EVERYWHERE YOU TOUCH Dual reclining sofa with waterfall back and plush, overstuffed cushions makhis an absolutely incredible buy. Pillows not included. 6 only. Reg. $1299. EXTRA LARGE, OVERSTUFFED LEATHEP, uMATE CHAIR Very. elegant. 4 only. Reg. $999 Tech College Barbara Jean Weaver and James Carter Miss Weaver, Mr. Carter Will Marry The wedding Of Barbara Jean Weaver of Manchester and James Carter of Woodland is planned to be an event of ,Dec. 24, 2001. The couple will be mar- ried at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church of Manchester at noon. Rev. J.D. Walker and Rex: J. Trammell, pastors, will perform the ceremony. All family and friends are invited to attend. In 2 CHAIRS WITH OTTOMAN from Bestchair only A goang out of busineSS sale may sound enticing:J, but remember that once the store is dosed, you ,have no options for serce it it is needed. We suggest that you shop other area storeS before you make that buying deCison. We thin', that you will find the real values in the furniture stores that are in business. CEDAR LINED CHEST 7'5 to sell This rocker-recliner from American is a terrific buy at S298. Buy a pair and save $100. Bring a friend. Recliners must be on the same ticket. CONTEMPORARY OAK FINISH with brass accents. A perfect cabinet for just that right space. West Georgia Technical College presented "Christmas with Santa" December 7 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Callaway Center for. International Business Development. 303 Fort Drive, LaGrange. HONOR - To kick off the Christmas Season, St. Luke CEC Church on Broad Street had an Episcopal visit from the Right Rev, John Holloway, Bishop of the Diocese of Georgia, who celebrated the Eucharist. FURNITURE SHOWROOM Our Home To Yours HUGE SELECTION OF GLIDER ROCKERS starting 1 only $198. SWIVEL GLIDER ROCKERS starting at $368. CLASSIC ART DECO styling combined with the strength of solid wood. Table and 4 side chairs. 576-6717 www.kJndors-col.com MON.-FRI. 10AM-SPM, SAT. 10AM-TPM, SUN. 1-4ilPM