I agree that using a static site generator would be a great approach for these sites.
Personally I've been using eleventy and nuxt a lot. Eleventy is somewhat limited featurewise but is great for sticking to a vanilla JS approach. I've really liked nuxt because it gives the ability to build SSG, SSR, and PWA and it's component system is excellent. However it would pose a bit of a learning curve for familiarity with vue syntax for some things, but the documentation is really good and it is pretty easy for new devs to get into.
I'm hesitant to be supportive of using Jekyll or Hugo specifically because they are Ruby and Go based so we would need front end devs that are experienced in those languages.
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