Category: Government

Government news at the state and local levels

Only Two Payments Left On Wellness Center

The Dillon City Council learned at their April meeting that there are only two more payments left on the City of Dillon Wellness Center during Finance Director Janet Bethea’s report.

MARCH 2023 MINUTES: Latta Town Council

Minutes of the Latta Town Council’s March meetings

Senators Williams And Peeler Visit S.C. State Campus

South Carolina State University extends thanks to State Sens. Harvey S. Peeler Jr. and Kent M. Williams for their recent visit to the SC State campus in Orangeburg.

Judge Janette Dupree Sworn In

JUDGE JANETTE DUPREE was sworn in as the Town of Latta Municipal Judge in a special ceremony on Thursday, April 13th, by outgoing Judge Alan Berry, who said it was his honor to be asked to perform the ceremony.

PHOTO GALLERY: Swearing In Of City Of Dillon Mayor And Council

The swearing in of the City of Dillon’s new mayor Tally McColl and returning council members Douglas Jackson, Tim Cousar, and James Washington.

VIDEO: Dillon City Council Meeting, April 10, 2023

VIDEO: Dillon City Council Meeting, April 10, 2023

City Of Dillon Election Upheld After Protest

The City of Dillon Election Commission upheld the election that was held Tuesday after a hearing this (Saturday) morning.

PUBLIC NOTICE: City Of Dillon Mayor Election Protest

YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a hearing of the City of Dillon Municipal Election Commission to address the election protest filed by Mackie Adams as to the City of Dillon’s Mayor election held April 4, 2023, shall be held on Saturday, April 8, 2023, at 9:00 A.M. at the Dillon City County Complex located at 401 W Main Street, Dillon, South Carolina, in the City Council Chambers also known as the City Courtroom located on the first floor of the City County Complex.

Election Results (Updated With Results Sheets)

Election Results

It’s Election Day In The City Of Dillon And Town Of Lake View

It’s Election Day in the City of Dillon and Town of Lake View. Get out and vote! Polls open until 7:00 p.m.