The city’s finances in light of the coronavirus pandemic were highlighted in a Thursday meeting of the Augusta Commission.
The Warren County Board of Commissioners, the cities of Warrenton and Norwood, and the town of Camak held a special called meeting Monday evening, March 30, 2020.
Friday afternoon, the representatives of the McDuffie County Board of Commissioners, the Thomson City Council and the Dearing Town Council met by teleconference and a implemented a set of COVID-19 Rules and Recommendations uniformly across the county and both communities
Augusta Housing Authority’s pandemic response includes closing public rooms and keeping outside groups away from public housing, according to Executive Director Jacob Oglesby.
The Augusta Fire Department has begun using personal protective equipment when responding to medical emergency calls to protect patients and firefighters from exposure to the coronavirus.
The Grovetown city council unanimously approved an emergency ordinance Monday to extend city coronavirus protections and closures.
Posted Mar 21, 2020 at 4:42 PM
In an effort to flatten the curve of COVID-19, Mayor Hardie Davis issued an executive order Saturday that closes a number of businesses and limits public and private gatherings to no more than 10 people.
The City of Washington has officially declared a state of emergency in the city, has closed all public buildings, and has banned all “mass gatherings” of 10 or more people on public property, with the exceptions of City Council meetings.
Grovetown City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to close all city offices, parks and facilities in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The City of Grovetown’s leaders are looking to the future as the town continues to see growth and opportunities in the new year.