Mayor Schwabe informed council the purpose of the meeting was to update council on developments with the water/wastewater and public works departments of the city.
As previously reported, Claxton Mayor Terry Branch and City Council members are considering an ordinance mandating the use of masks or face coverings in public during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Following the resignation of Twin City’s former police chief Randal J. Beach, the vacant capacity has since been filled by law enforcement officer, Hank Whiters.
At the eleventh hour, the United States Postal Service (USPS) spared Bellville’s Village Post Office from closure and it will remain open.
The Baxley City Council held its meeting August 26 at 8:30 a.m. Mayor Tim Varnadore called the meeting to order and Reverend Rick Brown gave the invocation.
On August 12, in the regular meeting of the City Council, City Manager Reid Lovett recommended hiring Jeffery Taylor to the position of Chief James Godfrey, who is retiring on August 31.
The Baxley City Council held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday, August 12 at 8:30 a.m.
Mayor Bayne Stone has announced that the Hazlehurst Police Department will strictly enforce ordinances for all city parks.
The main topic of discussion at Monday night’s Claxton City Council meeting was the possibility of a mask mandate.
The Hazlehurst City Council voted unanimously in last week’s regularly scheduled July workshop to automatically add 10 percent of the total amount in arrears to the current month’s water bill until the delinquency is paid in full.