The Hogansville City Council unanimously voted Monday to move forward with renovation plans for the PNC Bank building, which will eventually become home to city hall.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Jan. 9, 2019
The Hogansville City Council unanimously voted 5-0 last week at its meeting to reject extending a fuel line to the Burger King that’s being built on Highway 54.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Dec. 11, 2018
For the eighth year, the Hogansville Police Department delivered meals to local families for Thanksgiving. HPD officers and volunteers gave out 100 meals to local families on Tuesday. That is the most meals delivered through the annual event to date, exceeding the 90 meals delivered last year.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Nov. 26, 2018
The Hogansville City Council moved forward on a number of decisions at its city council meeting on Monday night, including the adoption of a corridor plan, a decision to vacate a court order on a condemned home in the city and a vote to reallocate SPLOST funds.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Nov. 8, 2018
In quick fashion, the Hogansville City Council voted unanimously on Monday evening to adopt a storm water management ordinance as well as a soil erosion and sediment ordinance.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Oct. 18, 2018
The Hogansville City Council voted 4-1 Monday night to approve an amendment to the city’s charter, changing the procedure for overriding a mayoral veto.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Oct. 3, 2018
After developing a downtown masterplan for the city of Hogansville, the Georgia Conservancy was back in the city Thursday night for a forum on corridor plans. The conservancy evaluated and made ideas for the corridors that lead into Hogansville.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Oct. 1, 2018
A groundbreaking 10 years in the making was held Thursday morning in Hogansville. Officials from Hogansville and Meriwether County, PF Moon Construction leaders and other representatives held a groundbreaking for the new wastewater treatment plant on West Main Street, about a decade after the project was first discussed.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Sep. 21, 2018
The Hogansville City Council picked an engineering firm to work alongside the city for the 2019 Community Development Block Grant application, agreed to allow Stalwart Films to film the hit AMC television series “The Walking Dead” in the city from Sept. 4-7 and decided to leave the downtown Royal Theater painted green during its Tuesday night meeting.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Sep. 10, 2018
The Hogansville City Council discussed proposed changes to the current city charter during a Monday evening work session.
Source: LaGrange Daily News | Posted: Aug. 3, 2018