Hogansville City Manager David Milliron received high marks from most of the city council in his recent job performance review.
Over the weekend the Hogansville Police Department serviced more than 100 animals that were microchipped or given Parvo or Bordetella shots.
The Hogansville Police Department and Troup County Animal Shelter will be providing over 100 free identification chips and Parvo and Bordetella shots on Saturday, July 13. The first two animals of each household are free, and any additional animal will be $10.
During Monday night’s Hogansville city council meeting, the council held off on passing action items on sanitation rates and fees that were previously discussed at the work session on June 20.
Within two days of one another, two 18-wheelers have kept trucking after seeing “No Truck” signs at the railroad crossing at Johnson Street in Hogansville, according to City Manager David Milliron.
Hogansville’s Royal Theater will only serve in its current role as city hall for a few more months, but thanks to recent roof repairs, the 82-year-old building is now in good shape to finish strong as a government building before becoming a theater once again.
Thrower was elected mayor of Hogansville in December 1977 to serve the unexpired term of James Boswell, and he served as mayor until August 1978. After serving as mayor, Thrower remained an active member of the Hogansville community, and he was especially involved in Hogansville American Legion Post 152.
The Hogansville City Council unanimously voted to deny the rezoning of 301 Askew Avenue from a Residential (R2) property to a commercial/residential property, citing that such a rezoning was not in line with the city’s land use plan.