The adage, “It takes a village,” explains how local businesses work together to ensure that students and teachers have the materials they need to succeed for this school year. J.C. Lewis, in a partnership with Ford, provided backpacks, Mustang pencil pouches and some school supplies to the Hinesville Downtown Development Authority (HDDA).
Due to an internal COVID-19 exposure, the City of Hinesville’s Water Department offices will be closed effective immediately out of an abundance of caution, per a press release issued by the City of Hinesville.
On Thursday, September 17, the Hinesville City Council voted to appoint Hinesville Fire Department Captain Robert Kitchings as the City’s new Fire Chief.
On Thursday, September 10, the City of Hinesville Community Development Department announced the addition of a second Small Business Economic Grant program aiming at assisting small businesses recover from business interruptions associated with COVID-19 that affected the status of their rent, mortgage and/or utility payments.
The City of Hinesville gathered in City hall on Aug. 31 during a public hearing to discuss plans for spending the Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF). Among their various plans is to spend money on billboards to educate Hinesville residents on what is going on.
The City of Hinesville held their regular meeting with Mayor and Council Aug. 20, and reported they received their first 1.7 million from the Coronavirus Relief Funds (CRF).
The City of Hinesville’s Community Development Department (CDD) announced the opening of applications for the new Small Business Economic Recovery Grant Program, effective Monday at cityofhinesville.org, according to a press release issue by City PR Manager Whitney Morris-Reed.
During the regular meeting of the Hinesville Mayor and Council, held July 16, the City amended their mask mandate to be more in compliance with Governor Brian Kemp’s Executive Order.
During a Special Called meeting July 9, City of Hinesville Mayor and Council passed an Executive Order requiring face coverings or masks be worn in public, within the City limits, which went into effect this past Saturday.
After discussing the issue for nearly two hours, City of Hinesville Mayor and Council passed an Executive Order requiring face coverings or masks be worn in public, within the City of Hinesville, effective at 8 a.m. Saturday morning.