News Line for Hogansville

Hogansville votes to renew gas contract
Hogansville City Council on Monday voted to renew a gas contract with Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia (MGAG), with one major change to the contract.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Citizen surveys to be mailed to Hogansville residents
The surveys were “beneficial” in 2012 and helped determine the strengths and weaknesses of the city, according to City Manager James Woods.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Hogansville honors retiring Police Chief Ector
Several people were in downtown Hogansville Saturday afternoon to celebrate Chief Moses Ector’s retirement from the Hogansville police Department.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Hogansville council considers ‘splash park’
A “splash park” was a brief topic of discussion during Hogansville City Council’s work session Thursday night.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Ten candidates make the cut for Hogansville police chief
Ten candidates have been selected to move forward in the process of selecting a new chief for the Hogansville Police Department.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Ector bids final farewell to Hogansville as police chief
Hogansville’s retiring police chief, Moses Ector, stood before the city council Monday night to bid his final farewell.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Committee strives to eradicate street gang activity across county
After 2013 proved to be a heavy gang activity year, local law enforcement along with other agencies have formed the Troup County Gang Coordinating Committee in an effort to eradicate street gangs across the county.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Residents speak out at Hogansville’s first town hall meeting
Six Hogansville residents took advantage of the opportunity to voice their concerns to city officials Thursday night at Hogansville’s first town hall meeting.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Hogansville considers questionnaire to assess city strengths, weaknesses
Hogansville council discussed sending questionnaires to the city’s residents that provide feedback on management to help guide future planning and goal setting.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Hogansville issues rules for public speaking at meetings
Forms are now available for citizens wanting to speak at Hogansville’s monthly town hall meetings, the first to be held at 6 p.m. on Feb. 20 at the City Hall.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Hogansville to host monthly town hall meetings
In a work session Thursday night, Hogansville City Council, council agreed to have monthly town hall meetings to allow for public comments and input on issues.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

‘People in Hogansville just love him so much’
Beloved Hogansville native and police chief of six years, Moses Ector, will be leaving the city in May to take over his self-named law enforcement leadership academy at Atlanta Metropolitan State College.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Hogansville mayor, new council members sworn in at meeting
In Hogansville's first council meeting of the new year, Mayor William Stankiewicz and council members Reginald Jackson and Jimmy Norred took their oath of office Monday night.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Hogansville Mayor Jimmy Jackson reflects on 28 years of service
Hogansville Mayor Jimmy Jackson will be leaving the city for good tonight, after 28 years of service.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Hogansville votes on adult business ordinance
Hogansville City Council adopted a new massage and spa establishments ordinance at Monday night’s meeting.
Source: LaGrange Daily News

Stankiewitcz elected mayor of Hogansville
Newly elected Hogansville mayor Bill Stankiewicz knows that there is only a short amount of time to celebrate before his term kicks into gear and he takes control of the helm.
Source: LaGrange Daily News