Hogansville’s City Council voted Monday to move forward with using a specific grant writer and to provide funds for a $1 million community development block grant, if the city receives it.
Former Hogansville Mayor Douglas Eugene Boatner Sr. died at the age of 64 on Nov. 19.
City Manager David Milliron announced Monday night that the city was selected to move onto step two of a pre-application process for the USDA’s Rural Energy Savings ProgramG.
David A. Milliron, City Manager of the City of Hogansville, received the Credentialed Manager designation Monday from ICMA, the International City/County Management Association, according to a press release. Milliron is one of over 1,300 local government management professionals currently credentialed through the ICMA Voluntary Credentialing Program.
Three Hogansville employees were honored for their hard work and dedication to their jobs Monday night.
Toni Striblin narrowly defeated Theresa Strickland in Tuesday night’s election and will represent post 5 on the Hogansville City Council.
Mandy Neese will step into the post 3 seat for Hogansville City Council.
Mark Ayers unseated incumbent George Bailey in Tuesday’s election and will fill post four on the Hogansville City Council. Ayers, owner of The Great Southern Pub in Hogansville, has been campaigning on creating downtown growth and improving school test scores
During Monday night’s Hogansville City Council meeting, Mayor Bill Stankiewicz announced that the hit TV show “The Walking Dead” will be in town all week filming.
The streets of Hogansville were alive with art, music and smiles over the weekend as the 22nd annual Hummingbird Festival was held in the heart of the town.