Rincon’s city planner is getting accustomed to the lay of the land in his new post “We’re getting there,” said Jason Stewart, who reported for duty Aug. 31. “There’s a lot of stuff going on.”
Paving, drainage improvements and a second entrance to the Picket Fences subdivision are among the projects the City of Rincon will pay for if voters in Effingham County approve a penny-per-dollar sales tax on Nov. 3.
“We’ve decided to go ahead and begin the process again of shutoffs but we’ve been very circumspect about it,” City Manager John Klimm told the council on Monday.
During a special called meeting Monday night, the Rincon City Council stuck to its commitment to shop local.
According to the Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts, the City of Rincon’s financial house is in order.
Jason Stewart emerged from a talented pack to win a key City of Rincon job last week.
The Rincon City Council emphatically promoted the continuation of the current condition of the Rincon Police Department on Monday night.
Nine months after being named interim police chief, Jonathan Murrell received a big bundle of joy.
During its June 22 meeting, the Rincon City Council opened with a tribute to longtime City Planner LaMeisha Hunter Kelly, who resigned a few days earlier to pursue another career opportunity.
City Planner LaMeisha Hunter Kelly voiced nothing but gratitude in the letter of resignation she submitted to City Manager John Klimm.