A special called meeting of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Hinesville will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in the City Hall Council chamber, located at 115 East M.L. King Drive.
During the July 2, regular City of Hinesville Council meeting the Mayor and Council reviewed a proposed amendment to the municipal code regarding the appointment qualifications of the Prosecuting Attorney of the Municipal Court.
This video details the new agreement between Hinesville and Fort Stewart.
Representatives from Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield and the City of Hinesville met at Club Stewart June 25 to sign an inter-governmental service agreement for lawn maintenance inside post.
The City of Hinesville Mayor and Council approved the authorization to submit six identical grant applications to Walmart’s Foundation Community Grant Program on behalf of the Hinesville Fire Department and Hinesville police Department.
Last week the City of Hinesville signed a Proclamation declaring June 13-2, Minority Small Business Week, encouraging, “all citizens to shop in minority owned small businesses in Hinesville and Liberty County during this week and throughout the year.
Beginning Monday, June 15, Hinesville City Hall and the Hinesville Police Department and Hinesville Fire Station 1 will reopen to the public with social distancing measures and requirements in place for employees and visitors, according to a release issued by the city.
The City of Hinesville Mayor and Council voted down a request by the Hinesville Housing Authority to rezone 11.76 acres of land they intended to develop for low incoming housing. The 3-2 vote was done during the June 4 regular city council meeting held via Zoom and posted to Facebook.
During the city/county weekly COVID-19 update live-streamed on Facebook Wednesday, Hinesville City Manager Kenneth Howard and County Administrator Joey Brown said they are working on a coordinated effort to reopen certain recreation facilities as early as next Monday.
When Hinesville Chief Financial Officer Kimberly Ryon reviewed financial statements during last week’s city council meeting, she warned the mayor and council dire financial reports are likely still to come.