By Betsy Finklea
An attorney for the S.C. Attorney General’s Office says that the investigation has shown that Dillon County is in compliance with Judge Burch’s order.
The county’s working of a cemetery was a “mistake,” it was noted, but corrective action has been taken since being brought to the County Administrator’s attention.
Paperwork was produced to show that a road that The Herald was initially told by the Dillon County Council office was not a county road was indeed a county road having been adopted in 1987. Since it was adopted, the county could work it and would have been in compliance with the order.
More from the court proceedings will be in Thursday’s issue of The Dillon Herald.