A proposed project for the J.V. Martin Junior High School property owned by the Dillon Historic School Foundation was presented at the Dillon City Council’s August meeting.
Mosquito spraying was discussed at the Dillon County Council meeting on August 28th.
City of Dillon Downtown Development Director Bridget Thornton reported on the Fab Friday Concert Series.
Dillon City Manager Glen Wagner said the new garbage truck is now in operation and running every day.
City of Dillon Finance Director Janet Bethea gave the financial report as of July 31, 2019 at their August meeting.
City of Dillon Mayor Pro-Tem Dr. Phil Wallace reported at the August meeting that he had a busy month representing the city, but he enjoyed it and was honored.
The Dillon County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the following on outstanding warrants.
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At a recent meeting of the Dillon County Council, the river cleaning bids were approved.