Category: Government News

Council Makes Economic Development Decisions

The Dillon County Council made decisions about various economic development matters at their meeting recently.

Judge Orders County Council Chairman Into Court Sept. 21

Judge Paul Burch has ordered County Council Chairman Macio Williamson into Court on September 21st.

Mayor Pro-Tem Gurley Charged With Attempted Murder, Other Charges

Dillon Mayor Pro-Tem Randolph Gurley was arrested on an array of charges late Thursday.

County Council Approves 2010-11 Budget

The Dillon County Council approved the final reading of their 2010-2011 fiscal year budget at a called meeting last Wednesday.

State’s High Response Rate Helps Census Stay Under Budget

The people of South Carolina deserve credit for helping save an estimated $1.6 billion in costs for the 2010 census, William W. Hatcher, regional director of the Census Bureau, said today.

Paige Asks For Letter Of Support From County Council For Veteran And Youth Training Center

Eugene Paige appeared before the Dillon County Council at their regular meeting to get a letter of support for a project that he is currently working on.
Paige said he has been looking at the problems with the youth and with the homeless veterans and came up with the idea to have a Dillon Veteran and Youth Training Center.

County To Hold Public Hearing On New Budget

A public hearing on the 2010-2011 proposed Dillon County budget will be held on August 11th at 4 p.m. at the Dillon County Administrative Building.

County Council Approves Budget

The Dillon County Council approved their 2010-2011 budget on Wednesday afternoon.

Bernanke Speaks At Charleston Conference About Challenges For Economy And State Government

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben S. Bernanke spoke at the annual meeting of the Southern Legislative Conference of the Council of State Governments, Charleston, on August 2.

Council Makes Appointments to Public-Private Partnership Board

The Dillon County Council made several appointments to the Public-Private Partnership Economic Development Board on Thursday.