Grice Apologizes For Being Loud, But Not For What He Said

By Betsy Finklea
Dillon County Councilman Stevie Grice made an apology at the beginning of Wednesday’s called council meeting.

“I just want to apologize to everyone for my actions at the last meeting,” Grice said. “I got kinda loud, and it was unprofessional, but I don’t apologize for what I said because it was the truth, but I do want to apologize for being loud.”
Grice was referring to the last meeting of council when Grice questioned Councilman Jamal Campbell’s residence and Campbell’s claims that he wants honesty, transparency, and accountability. “…You throw rocks, and live in a glass house,” Grice said at the last meeting, “and your glass house ain’t even in your district. You know what, I do live in my district I’m in. He don’t.” In later comments he asked if honesty and transparency is for everybody.
After Grice’s apology on Wednesday, the meeting with forward with no response from Campbell.