I read with interest the story in the The Lancaster News about Sheriff Barry Faile’s proposal for a fee district for Indian Land to fund more deputies here.
I have some questions:
Why would we levy a fee on just Indian Land, and not shift the existing deputies more? The article states that the city of Lancaster has “a little over 10,000 people over six miles, with more than 38 sworn officers.”
KERSHAW – One of the first topics on the agenda of the Kershaw Town Council meeting Monday, Jan. 26, was the ongoing discussion of the former Springs Industries mill site, which has been called an eyesore, nuisance and public hazard.
Standing barefoot in a cold parking lot, with only a blanket and her nightgown to keep her warm, Verleen Hayden stood helpless and watched as a horde of firefighters descended on her small apartment building to battle a blaze early Monday morning, Jan. 26.
A S.C. Administrative Law Court judge has dismissed an appeal by Pressley’s Recycling Center/Crisis Hill to protest a S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control cease-and-desist order filed last year.