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County Council is holding a special meeting Monday night to go over its annual audit.
County Finance Director Veronica Thompson will go over the audit.
County Administrator Steve Willis said the county has received a clean audit.
“I consider it a good report in that revenue exceeded expenses, which is what you want to see,” Willis said. “The county is in good financial shape with adequate reserves.”
Council will also vote on final reading of new road standards.
Council has been debating accepting new roads into the county system for maintenance over the past several months. Council has recently accepted roads from Sun City Carolina Lakes, BridgeMill, BridgeHampton, Clairemont and Arlington neighborhoods in Indian Land.
The ordinance raises the county’s road standards to some of the highest in the area.
Catawba Ridge vote
Council will also vote on third reading to revamp a development agreement for Catawba Ridge for about 3,700 acres of the developing along the Catawba River.
Council recently flip-flopped a vote to reconsider changing the development agreement for the property, first voting it down, then bringing second reading back up at council’s Dec. 1 meeting for reconsideration. Second reading was passed at that meeting.
Council meets at 6 p.m. in chambers on the second floor of the County Administration Building, 101 N. Main St.
Contact senior reporter Jenny Hartley at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 283-1151