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Page 2B CLEAN AMERICA( Et~ERGr i orter December 12, 2018 0 Stay warm and cozy this winter with our gas logs,- Give Dad a Holland or Broilmastergrill for ChristmaS! l ~'~ Locally owned & Operated Over 28years experience Serving Residential, Commercial, Agricultural ExperiencedGasDelivery Drivers Prompt and Friendly Cust0merService We sell Holland & Br0ilmaster Grills, Heaters & Gas L0gs COMPmTIVE PRICING 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE O1Tce Hours: Monday- Friday: 8:00 am. - 5:00 p.m. Foryth: 478-9924326 Macon: 478-474-9Tr3 8323 Rivoli Rd- Juliette, GA 31046 McKinney, Owner- dmckinne Gas cylinders refilled at: Country Oaks Feed & Seed B01ingbr0ke Dodds Building Supply Forsylh Monday - Lunch & Dinner NOW includes our NEW TACO BAR Wednesday - New Burger Bar and Wednasdoy Night Breakfast Ear Thursdoy Night - BBQ & Saturday Night - Seafood Bar Sunday Favorites - Breakfast All I)ayl Lunch &'.Dinner includes Turkey & Dressing & All the Fixingsl Steak & Meatleaf. Fried Chicken Everydc ! 11am - til closing On Nov. 19 Forsyth re- ' zoned 2.34 acres on Bemer Avenue from TraCtional , Neighborhood to Office Professional, which will i xdlow Dr. Kevin Smith to the property as a base for hismobile veterinary S th was the only one to speak at the request for rezonifig on Nov. 19; there,vas no opposition. Smit said he plans to operate vet rinary clinic on Beme Ave.;off Tilt College Di@e, tl ee days per week. He is at other locations on other days. He works out of his mobile van and takes everyfl g with him when he leaves for the day. Smith sold his stationary veterinary office in Forsyth m 2012; he has been operating the mobile veterinary clinic since 2017. After talking with Forsyth Economic Director Tammie Pierson, Smith applied for rezoning to Highway Business. However, Forsyth Planning & Zoning recom- mended Off~ce Professional zoning instead because it will allow the veterinary clinic but does not allow as many other uses, some BUILD Continued from Front ing. Hurm said Necastro illustrates the attitude that is needed for success and is what those in the industry are looking for as they hire. Chambless said that the 13 other schools who com- peted against Mary Persons were asking how they can have their students succeed as Hurm's students have. Hurm said the way he suc- ceeds is to start with Mary 323 Harold G Clarke Pkwy, Forsyth, GA 31029 to ask when you compare health insurance plans: Choo,~e a ~la~ th;~t r~*eets your he,alth ~ee~|s a.d bt*dget, Does ~yaur Plan ~ ~ 10 ~ ,l~m~lth ~? Free preventative care, such as checkups or screenings :, ~ Overnight hospital stays, such as for surgery Lab tests, such as X-rays Doctor visits and home health services Pr~Scripflon medicines Trips to the emergency room "' Cam~ and after your baby is born fZ Care for mental health a.d substance use Care for children, such as checkups or vision tests ~ i Daily living services for people with disabilities of which would not:fit well is the maximum allowe& If " members will be ready to with the surrounding neigh- approved by the legishture, meet with their boards in borhood. Smith said he will Forsyth does not have to be happy with the com- increase to the maximum merdal uses allowed in an amount but can vote Office Professional District. increases up to that amount without going back to the In other Forsyth dty council news: Forsyth council voted unanimously to advertise to change its ordinance to allow Sunday sales of alcoholic beverages by the drink from 11 a.m. to 12 midnight The referendum to do so passed by a vote of 1,168 to 563 on the Nov. 6 ballot The alcohol sales are in licensed establishments that derive at least 50 per- cent of total annual gross sales from prepared meals/ food or from the rental of : rooms for ovemight lodg- ing. Council voted to ask ", legislators to petition ] te to allow 15orsyth to cre its hotel/motel tax up' o 8 rcent. Forsyth's tax cm ntly 5 percent. The state r ttires legisla- five apl ovakto raise the tax above 5 l erce t; 8 percent Persons students and then add the support he gets from Principal Jim Finch and the Monroe -43ufity Schools administr#on. "This is a testameht it starts with the princi! al and a passionate instrhc- , tor" said Dunham. ':i Hurm said there are a tal of about 110 students in his Mary Persons construc- tion dasses. The public gets to see some of the work his classes produce at the For- sythia Festival when they sell items like Adirondack chairs and carpenter bee traps. His dasses built the Fire Safety House commis- sioned for the Forsyth Fire Department by a Leader- ship Monroe Class. They built a ramp for physical state for permission. Hall told council the board of directors of the Forsyth Golf Course asked the dty to write off its electric bill like it does the electric bills for city build- ings. She said when the dry bought the rest of the golf course the board asked the city to provide utilities but funds to do so were not included in the dty's 2018 budget. Hall said the board is reinvesting the money it got from selling its additional property back into the golf course. She estimated that the golf course's annual util- ity bills at about $7,500. She will indude itin the 2019 budget for council to ,review. Hall asked council mem- bers to consider persons to fill vacandes and expir- ing terms on dty boards in December so that new I therapy at Monroe County Hospital, built the podium for Monroe County Special Olympics and built one of the most memorable floats ever in the Hometown Hol- idays Parade (' 11 Want for Christmas is a Hip- pop0tamus") They have built many sets for &ama productions. Hurm said the construc- tion dasses were able to save the school system thbusands of dollars by doing the work of remod- elingthe girls basketball lo ker' room. They built new cotmters and storage areas for the players and upgr /ded the facility to an- other l vd. Hurm showed the gueats the remodeling work the construction Mary Persons High Schod" 50th Class Reunion Class of 1969 March 9, 2019 5-11 p.m. Monroe County Convention Center RSVP: February 9, 2019 For more information contact: Anita Wilder 207 English Rd Forsyth, GA 31029 nanawilder@aol.com Facebook: Mary Persons Class of 1969 Januar There are vacan- des on the Downtown Development Authority and Convention & xrmitors Bureau boards: Counciknember Greg Goolsby said two mem- bers of DDA who were new to it this year haven't gotten the required train- ing. He suggested that all members of the DDA come to the Georgia Municipal Association Mayors Day Conference in Atlanta in January for those members to get training and to spend time with council. "No offense to any person but do they want to be reap- pointed?" asked council member Mike Dodd. "You don't have very good atten- dance:' "Then don't appoint them" said Hall. "That's why I brought it to you tonight." Council agreed to hold its annual retreat during the GMA Mayors Day Conference at the Atlanta Hilton on Sunday, Jan. 27 from 8 a.m. until lunch time. I dasses did in the Mary Persons nurse's office. They built new countertops and new cabinets above and below the counter. It took about halfofa semester to complete the remodeling in the nurse's office. Jones noted that the students are learning important skills in remod- eling because it can be very specialized work. It takes skills to remove the old as well as to install the new. It can be challenging to keep within the time constraints required for remodeling, and increasing technology' in schools, offices and even homes make remodeling aroun4 the technology another challenge. Dunham said he hopes - to see the Mary Persons team at the Skills Challenge in the spring and hopes it will go on to the national Skills Challenge. He said the national competition is"r coming to Atlanta in 2020? But more importantly he -, urged the students to take advantage of the oppor- tunities the construction field offers them, indudin those who go to college and pursue careers as construc- tion superintendents. ( " "We have a sayings Good workforce development is good economic develop- * menC' said Dunham. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIII IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII i!11111111111111111111 IIIIIIIIIIII I l ill !1111111111111 Farm - Commercial Life Farm -- - I ' Crystal Sanchez Agent Commercial Life AMERICAN FAMILY Imam arefidl~, drum fearlessly. 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