Category: Government News

City Of a Dillon Accepting Applications For UPFIT Grants

The City of Dillon is accepting applications for the UPFIT Incentive Grant Program that provides financial assistance for persons making physical improvements to private property in the Downtown Commercial Historic District.

Judge’s Order: The Entire Order Regarding The L.O.S.T. Funds

The order by Judge Michael Nettles in its entirety regarding the ruling in favor of the Dillon County Board of Education.

Judge Rules In Favor Of Dillon County Board Of Education

The Honorable Michael G. Nettles, Circuit Court Judge, has issued a final order filed today which held that Dillon County’s Council acted unlawfully when it, by a 4-3 vote, included Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) funds historically allocated to the Dillon County Board of Education in its own budget.

Treasurer’s Complaint Heard

The Treasurer’s complaint was heard by Judge Michael Nettles last Thursday and Friday.

Scott Supports Cassidy-Graham Health Care Solution

Charleston, SC – U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) released the statement below in support of the Cassidy-Graham health care bill.

Dillon County Council To Hold Called Meeting

The agenda for the called meeting on September 18th.

Motion To Remove Charles Curry From Treasurer’s Case Fails

A motion by the attorneys for County Administrator Rodney Berry to disqualify Attorney Charles Curry as the counsel for the plaintiff, Treasurer Jamie Estes, was denied on Thursday at a court hearing held in Florence.

Downtown Dillon: A Work In Progress

As we recognize and celebrate Labor Day, 2017, in Dillon, SC, my attention is drawn back to Main Street in Dillon and how we are addressing this major challenge.

Latta Town Officials Actively Planning For Hurricane

Latta town officials have been actively planning for Hurricane Irma during the past week.

Revitalization, Golf Course, Mural On City Council Agenda

Downtown revitalization, the golf course, and a mural for a downtown building were among the topics of discussion at the August meeting of the Dillon City Council.