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Harry Williams

Mayor’s memo: Things to look for in Hardeeville this year

Happy New Year! January is the time to make lists for the coming year and so I thought it appropriate to give you mine. 2018 promises to be another banner year for Hardeeville; and although my crystal ball is sometimes fuzzy, here are the top 10 new things that will impact the city in the coming year:

Mayor’s memo: All eyes on Hardeeville in 2018

On Dec. 8, Hardeeville held its annual retreat to discuss the population projections for the next 10 years, review the resources and staffing needs to service that population, and to set long- and short-term goals for 2018 and beyond.

Plenty to be thankful for in Hardeeville

November is the month of Thanksgiving and the past 12 months have given the city of Hardeeville much to be thankful for. The list starts with the recovery of Sgt. Kelvin Grant of the Hardeeville Police Department and Justin Smith of the Jasper County Sheriff’s Department.

Harry Williams

Mayor’s memo: Collaboration will help Lowcountry thrive

For the past 15 months I’ve been writing here about the happenings in Hardeeville. It is an exciting time for our city and more good news will be coming in the next 15 months.

Harry Williams

Mayor’s memo: Public Works important part of city services

The sounds of construction will be heard on Martin Street this fall as renovations begin on Police Headquarters, the Municipal Court and the Hargray Building. And in early 2018, construction will begin on a new Fire Station 81.

Harry Williams

Mayor’s memo: Help save lives with Saturday’s fun run

Hardeeville has two terrific events in August worth talking about.

Harry Williams

Mayor’s memo: Be part of Hardeeville’s future

For the past 12 months, I have written this “memo” to keep you informed of Hardeeville’s goals and introduce the staff that is working to make all the city’s dreams come true.

Mayor’s memo: Planning critical to Hardeeville’s growth

The recent announcement of Latitude Margaritaville is exciting news for Hardeeville and the entire region. Growth is coming to Jasper County, and careful planning is critical to the intelligent use of our resources and the protection of our environment.

Harry Williams

Mayor’s Memo: Hardeeville continues to ‘build a city’

“We are here to build a city.”

Mayor's memo: City’s goal is to be best in building safety

In 2016, the city of Hardeeville decided to make an important change to building inspections to meet the growing needs of a rapidly expanding city.

Harry Williams

Help eliminate litter, distracted driving

Litter is blight on our community. Its presence reflects negatively on all of us even when it comes from the visitors who pass through our city every day.

Harry Williams

Anticipate great things for Hardeeville in 2017

Happy New Year!

Hardeeville Mayor Harry Williams

Hardeeville first responders keep city safe during holiday season

Merry Christmas and happy holidays!

Harry Williams

Hardeeville police keep city safe

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