0 Judge Michael Nettles has issued an order granting County Administrator Rodney Berry’s petition for a writ of mandamus in the Treasurer’s complaint. The order states: STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DILLON Jamie Calhoun Estes, as Treasurer of Dillon County, Plaintiff, vs. Rodney Berry, as Administrator of Dillon County and In His Capacity as…
County Administrator Rodney Berry’s attorneys have filed a motion in the treasurer’s complaint to substitute the Dillon County Board of Education and Northeastern Technical College as the real parties in interest to prosecute this action and to dismiss Jamie Calhoun Estes, Treasurer of Dillon County, as a plaintiff in this matter.
The Dillon County Board of Education filed an amended answer in the Dillon County Treasurer’s complaint regarding the validity of the budget, the distribution of the Local Option Sales Tax funds, and two mills for Northeastern Technical College.
The Dillon County Council will hold a public hearing on the 2017-2018 Dillon County budget on Wednesday, August 23, at 4:00 p.m. at the Dillon County Council Chambers located at 109 South Third Avenue, Dillon.
Highlights from the Regular Council Meeting of the Latta Town Council
May 11, 2017
0 TOWN OF LAKE VIEW JUNE 15, 2017 TOWN COUNCIL MEETING Present: Mayor Matthew Elvington; Council Members Mertis Barnett, David Johnson, David Kitchens; Clerk Sara Elvington. Mayor Elvington called the meeting to order, welcomed everyone and opened with prayer. The minutes from May 18, 2017 were reviewed. Councilman Kitchens made a motion to accept the…
A hearing was held on Thursday in Florence in front of Judge Michael Nettles in reference to a petition for a writ of mandamus and motion for a temporary injunction to require Dillon County Treasurer Jamie Estes to perform her statutory duties and to disburse funds according to the 2017-2018 budget.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce today released its annual 2017 Legislative Scorecard.
On Monday, July 17, at a called meeting of the Dillon County Council, the council voted 5-2 to move forward with a petition for a writ of mandamus based on a letter that they had received.