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Lancaster County resident John Baker cautioned County Council on Monday night against naming public facilities after living people.
Baker presented an ordinance he wrote that would prohibit naming a government building, for example, after a person who is still alive. He pointed to former Lt. Gov. Earle Morris Jr., who has public facilities named after him in Columbia. The former Carolina Investors chairman was later found guilty and is now serving time for securities fraud in the downfall of Carolina Investors.
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