City Council Adopts
The Dillon City Council took up the personnel handbook at their August meeting. The meeting minutes state the following: “Resolution #03-19 Adopting a Personnel Handbook. Councilmember Douglas Jackson made a motion to increase the accumulated maximum leave hours from 240 hours to 280 hours. Councilmember James Washington seconded and the motion passed unanimously. Councilman Johnny Eller made a motion and Councilmember Washington seconded to increase leave time for employees with 20 years of satisfactory city service to 4 weeks of leave on their anniversary. Dr. Phil Wallace and Councilmember Jackson rejected the motion. The motion passed 3-2. Councilmember Washington made a motion to accept the Personnel Handbook and it passed unanimously.”
City Takes Up Sports
The Dillon City Council took up the sports complex rentals and concessions at their August meeting.
The meeting minutes state the following: “Sports Complex Rentals & Concessions. Councilmember Washington made a motion to increase the Field Rental fee from $150 to $250 and a 50/50 split of tournament gate fees using the honor system. Councilmember Cousar seconded and the motion passed unanimously. Councilmember Eller made a motion to table discussion on the concession stand and have Kevin Scott come to the meeting to talk about it. Councilmember Jackson seconded and the motion passed unanimously.”
Dillon County Council Passes Third Reading Of Ordinance
The Dillon County Council passed the third reading of the following ordinance on August 2nd at a called meeting.
Third Reading – An ordinance to realign a county road formerly a part of Farley Drive and known as Industrial Park Drive, to acquire the necessary right of way for the realignment, to convey all county interests in portions of the old right of way, and other matters pertaining thereto.