News Line for Yatesville

Yatesville Library reopening soon
Hopefully the Yatesville Public Library will reopen soon. The library has been closed since early January when an extreme freeze caused water pipes in the attic to burst, raining water down on the books, walls and carpeting in the library.
Source: Thomaston Times

Yatesville will hold election May 20
For the first time in who knows how long, the City of Yatesville will actually hold an election to fill a vacant position on its City Council.
Source: Thomaston Times

Special election set for May 20 in Yatesville
Yatesville will hold a special election to fill the remaining term of the late city councilman Elmer Kent, who passed away on December 11, 2013, following an extended illness.
Source: Thomaston Times

Yatesville Library still several weeks away from reopening
Yatesville Mayor Cecil Moncrief estimates it will be a few more weeks before the Yatesville Public Library reopens.
Source: Thomaston Times

Fire funds for VFDs cut by Commission
The Yatesville Volunteer Fire Department has received word from Upson County that the county will no longer be sending a monthly check.
Source: Thomaston Times

Yatesville receives three bucket truck offers after story runs in The Times
The news media proved its worth to the City of Yatesville recently. In December, Mayor Cecil Moncrief reported that the city’s bucket truck, which is mainly used to put up and take down the Christmas lights, was on its last legs and the city would need to find another way to get the lights up and down.
Source: Thomaston Times

Thomaston qualifying begins Tuesday; Yatesville waiting for state
Qualifying for Thomaston’s special election begins next week, while Yatesville is looking to ride the coattails of the federal and possibly state elections in May for its election.
Source: Thomaston Times