Dozens of bills were taken up by the House during the past two weeks, as members sought to complete legislative action by April 10, the deadline for House bills to “cross over” to the Senate and for Senate bills to get to the House. Any bill that fails to get 3rd reading by the deadline has little chance of success, as it will need a two-thirds vote just to be considered in the Senate, and vice versa.
The Dillon County Council took up a number of issues at their March meeting.
The town of Nichols, which suffered severe flooding last year during Hurricane Matthew, is closer to receiving much-needed state aid to get from underwater financially.
The Dillon County Council passed a resolution at their meeting on Wednesday to abandon Farley Drive. Farley Drive runs north from State Road S-423 (W. Fairfield Road), traverses lands of Dillon Property Holdings, LLC, and terminates at a parcel of land belonging to Dillon County.
The Dillon County Council passed a resolution at their meeting on Wednesday to express concern over the fiscal impact of H.3726 on smaller counties of the State of South Carolina.
0 Recently, I had the honor of addressing a group of young people who I think will have a tremendous impact on the future of our great state. Members of 4-H from across South Carolina recently came to the Statehouse as part of their State 4-H Legislative Day. I had the opportunity to speak with…
Several matters were taken up at the February 22nd meeting of the Dillon County Council.
The meeting was opened in prayer by Council Member David Johnson. Mayor Page called the meeting to order.
The Dillon County Council made Dillon County Fire Station Six (Bingham) a substation of Dillon County Fire Station One at their February meeting.