Far too many South Carolinians do not have broadband access. Without broadband access, our citizens do not have access to things like telehealth, online learning, job opportunities, and more.
Twenty-three communities across South Carolina, including Dillon, are slated to benefit from public improvement projects supported by more than $17.5 million in funds from the latest round of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding.
Dillon County will be updating the software for their fuel pumps which will make their expenses for fuel cheaper and save the county money and improve monitoring of fuel usage.
The Latta Town Council learned at their meeting on Thursday night that the state will be taking back over most of the roads transferred to the town some years ago.
Herbert Jacobs of the Dillon County Census Counts Committee spoke to the Dillon County Council at a called meeting recently.