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Ludowici Council recognizes 4-H
City also looking for new PD patch
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Three suggestions for new LPD patches. - photo by Photo by Mike Riddle
Ludowici City Council recently recognized the Long County 4-H Club during its monthly meeting Dec. 11.
“With all that these kids do in the community, I think we need to pass a resolution honoring them,” Councilman Frank McClelland said.
Mayor Myrtice Warren noted, “You do make all of us very proud. You are always helping out in the community; and we do appreciate what you do and we will continue to help you in any way that we can.”
The council passed the resolution unanimously.
Prior to this action, Austin Overbey gave a report to the council on what the 4-H Club had been doing in the city and county. Some of the items reported were the city beautification program that included the old well pavilion and rose garden, the Rivers Alive cleanup project, a rabies Clinic and Thanksgiving food drive.
The council also approved allowing city employees to be off Dec. 24-26 for Christmas and Dec. 31 through Jan. 1 for the New Year’s holiday.
Ludowici Police Chief Frank McClelland Sr. also was given approval to change the current police department patch. The chief presented three possible ideas for the council to consider.
Items that were tabled until the January meeting included extending the city limits, installing a light pole on Lincoln Street and discussing the possibility of increasing water rates.
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