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About Us


The Liberty County Development Authority (LCDA) was created in 1958 by an amendment to the Constitution of the state of Georgia for the purpose of creating and enhancing the economic growth and development of Liberty County. It consists of a seven-member Board of Directors with automatic seats for the chairman of the Liberty County Board of Commissioners and the mayor of Hinesville, which is the county seat. These two automatic seats ensure well-informed political representation and foster expeditious processing of development projects or permits. Four additional positions are appointed by the Liberty County Board of Commissioners and one additional position is appointed by the Hinesville City Council.

Our Mission Statement

The purpose of the LCDA is to develop and promote industry for the public good and welfare of the county. Toward that end, the LCDA has developed industrial parks, constructed shell buildings, supported local technical college and workforce development programs to include the Liberty College & Career Academy and organized and led partnerships with other public and private entities.

A five-member staff consisting of a CEO, Director of Administration & Finance, Project Manager,  Administrative Services Coordinator, and an Office Assistant, is employed to assist the Board in the implementation of the LCDA’s mission statement. The staff also works closely with an "extended staff" consisting of development professionals in other allied organizations such as the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Georgia Department of Community Affairs, Georgia Power Company, Coastal Electric Membership Cooperative, Canoochee EMC and Savannah Technical College.