Local government officials and municipalities have been meeting to discuss TSPLOST. They are planning to place it on the Nov. 5 ballot in 2019.
Source: Hinesville | Posted: Feb. 22, 2019
Fire protection was brought up during Midway City Council’s Monday meeting. Emergency Management Director Mike Hodges and Deputy Director/Fire Chief Brian Darby offered to answer questions about the need to move a county-owned tanker truck to a station where it could serve more rural areas.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier | Posted: Feb. 22, 2019
About 60 people turned out Wednesday for the Midway City Council’s forum on rescue and fire protection and the general tone of comments did not support a countywide plan that includes a proposed fee.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier | Posted: Dec. 3, 2018
Mayors from the cities of Flemington and Midway, and Riceboro’s mayor pro-tem presented updates on their cities’ projects and progress during a Liberty County Chamber of Commerce eggs & issues breakfast Wednesday at the Liberty County Performing Arts Center.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier | Posted: Nov. 14, 2018
The Midway City Council continued discussing fire protection at a work session Monday. No votes were taken. County Public Safety Director Mike Hodges and Fire Chief Brian Darby answered questions from council members, including one about the removal of the tanker truck now stationed in Midway.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier | Posted: Oct. 31, 2018
What had been described as a town hall meeting on fire protection for Midway is now called a roundtable and Midway City Council has scheduled the session for Oct. 17 at 6 p.m.
Source: Hinesville Coastal Courier | Posted: Oct. 12, 2018