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KERSHAW – Kershaw officials are still talking about ways to enhance law enforcement coverage in the town.
Town Council met in closed session twice Monday to discuss its contract with the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office.
Kershaw has been paying the sheriff’s office $451,000 a year to provide coverage, which includes two patrol deputies per shift.
Town Administrator Tony Starnes recently expressed a desire to have a deputy who can serve as an administrator or supervisor on each shift.
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