Category: Government News

Proposed Project For J.V. Martin Property Presented At Dillon City Council Meeting

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 Discussed By County Council

Mosquito spraying was discussed at the Dillon County Council meeting on August 28th.

City Financial Report Given

City of Dillon Finance Director Janet Bethea gave the financial report as of July 31, 2019 at their August meeting.

Dillon Mayor Pro-Tem Reports Busy Month

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.

County Council Awards River Cleaning Bid

At a recent meeting of the Dillon County Council, the river cleaning bids were approved.

Update Given On Pine Street Neighborhood Project

City of Dillon Downtown Development Director Bridget Thornton reported to the Dillon City Council recently about the Pine Street Neighborhood Project.

County Council To Hold Called Meeting On September 11

Agenda for September 11 called meeting of Dillon County Council

SENATE REPORT: Bullying

U.S. Department of Education officials are urging our school leaders to push back against bullying and create a safer learning environment. The issue of bullying is complex, as are its solutions.

VIDEO: Dillon County Council Regular Meeting-August 28, 2019

Dillon County Council regular meeting, August 28, 2019

Jay David Wins City Council Seat By Seven Votes

Fifteen years ago, Jay David ran against John Braddy for the Dillon District Five City Council seat. He narrowly lost that election by 15 votes. On Tuesday evening 15 years later, Jay David won the seat with a seven vote margin over Steve Johnson to fill the seat vacated by Braddy earlier this year.