Gerome “Gee” McLeod won the General Election for the Dillon County Council District Six Seat. Turnout was low as McLeod was the only person on the ballot. No votes were cast in Little Rock.
The House of Representatives took up more bills drawing upon the work of the special House Utility Ratepayer Protection Committee.
The municipal golf course lease agreement was taken up again at the last regular meeting of the Dillon City Council.
U.S. Senator Tim Scott’s Investing in Opportunity Act (IIOA), an initiative Sen. Scott included in last year’s tax reform legislation (the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act), celebrated a big milestone on March 23, which marked the first deadline for the designation of ‘Opportunity Zones.’
Recently the Senate passed its version of the yearly budget. While many important programs were funded, I’d like to share a few highlights of this bill with you.
A General Election will be held for the Dillon County Council District Six seat on Tuesday, May 1, with polls open from 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
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On April 16, 2018, Inland Port Dillon will officially be open for business.