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Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires. Five dangers of deep frying a turkey:

1. Turkey fryers can easily tip over spilling hot oil across a large area.

2. An overfilled cooking pot will cause oil to spill over when the turkey is placed inside.

3. A partially frozen turkey will cause . . . → Read More: Did you know?

BIDS: Sprayfield Bushhogging (Bid No. 2017-0101)

City of Hogansville

Invitation to Bid · Not an Order

400 E. Main St., Hogansville, GA 30230

 

Bid No. 2017-0101     Project Name: Sprayfield Bushhogging     Date: November 16, 2017

 

Sealed bids will be received by the City Clerk at Hogansville City Hall, 400 E. Main St., Hogansville, GA 30230, until 4:00 pm on . . . → Read More: BIDS: Sprayfield Bushhogging (Bid No. 2017-0101)

Hogansville Monthly Financial Report | September 2017

This report contains the September 2017 Unaudited Financial Report for the City of Hogansville along with comparable data for the prior year and year to date. Interim financial reports are prepared on a monthly basis by the finance staff, normally for internal use, including that of the City Council. Most cities issue some type of . . . → Read More: Hogansville Monthly Financial Report | September 2017

Hogansville Natural Gas Utility Inspection

Staff with the Georgia Public Service Commission’s (GPSC) Pipeline Safety Division are onsite today and tomorrow conducting Operator Compliance inspections with employees from the Hogansville Natural Gas Utility. The purpose of the review is to ensure compliance with regulations through operator inspections, enforcement actions, and accident investigations.

Hogansville Sip ‘n Shop

Mark your calendars to join the Historic Downtown Hogansville Merchants and start your Holiday Shopping early on Saturday evening, November 18, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. We’ll be decked out and in the Holiday Spirit! Refreshments will be offered at all the Main Street Merchant Shops, including the Historic Train Depot, while you . . . → Read More: Hogansville Sip ‘n Shop

PRESS RELEASE | Animals Seized from Hogansville Residence

The Hogansville Police Department and supporting agencies seized about 20 animals from a private residence at 106 Jim Drive on Wednesday. Animal Control Officers with from Hogansville and LaGrange Police Departments together with Troup County Marshals took custody of the animals.

Carlos L. Matias, 29, was arrested onsite and charged with Animal Neglect and . . . → Read More: PRESS RELEASE | Animals Seized from Hogansville Residence

Public Forum | Hogansville Downtown Masterplan

NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND CHARTER OF THE CITY OF HOGANSVILLE

Notice is hereby given that the Mayor and Council of the City of Hogansville, Georgia, have proposed and will consider an amendment to the Hogansville City Charter which will remove from the Charter provisions regarding termination and severance pay of the City Manager.  A copy of the proposed amendment is on file in the . . . → Read More: NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND CHARTER OF THE CITY OF HOGANSVILLE

The City Of Hogansville Honors Veterans Day

The City of Hogansville invites you to attend the annual Veterans Day Program beginning at 11:00 am on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017 at Calvin Hipp Veterans Memorial Park. Hogansville City Councilman George Bailey is a combat Gulf war Veteran and has organized the annual Memorial Day and Veterans Day events for the city of . . . → Read More: The City Of Hogansville Honors Veterans Day

City of Hogansville After Hours Utility Emergency

If you have a fire, medical, or law enforcement emergency, dial 911.   To report a Public Works emergency, such as no water, a water quality issue, electric outage, a broken water main, a sewer overflow or blockage complaint, an impassable street, natural gas leak, or if your problem requires immediate attention, please . . . → Read More: City of Hogansville After Hours Utility Emergency