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VIDEO: Dillon City Council- May 2021 Regular Meeting

VIDEO: Dillon City Council- May 2021 Regular Meeting

Senate Report: Are You Ready For Summer?

Are you ready for the summer? The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) just announced that, “Fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance.” What are you looking forward to doing this summer?

Mayor Pro-Tem, City Manager Give Reports

Mayor Pro-Tem Phil Wallace and City Manager Glen Wagner gave brief reports at the May meeting of the Dillon City Council.

Wallace Elected Dillon Mayor Pro-Tem

Dr. Phil Wallace was elected the Mayor Pro-Tem at the Dillon City Council’s May meeting.

Various Issues Discussed By County Council

The Dillon County Council discussed various issues at their regular April meeting.

Senate Report: It’s Spring Again!

It is spring again! Spring is the season of rebirth and renewal. The days are longer and the temperature will continue to climb higher and higher. Although we are still living with COVID, there are many things to look forward to and enjoy in this new season.

Eller Certified As Winner Of District Three Run-off

AN ELECTION CERTIFICATION HEARING was held on Thursday morning to certify the results in the Dillon City Council race. There were no protests to the results.

AGENDA: Dillon County Council April Meeting

Dillon County Council agenda

County Council Changes Meeting Time

The Dillon County Council decided at their March meeting to move the meeting time from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

One Write-In Vote Throws City Council Race Into Run-off

After a certification hearing and vote recount, the City of Dillon Election Commission ruled to count one write-in vote that will throw the Dillon City Council District Three council race into a run-off.