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Today's Opinions

  • County should have researched PEBA benefits

    In the story “PEBA say no to LCEDC”,  the Lancaster County Economic Development Corp. became a 501 (c) 4 group in October of 2014. Since the S.C. Public Employee Benefit Authority denied its request to be covered for health benefits, any medical claim filed since then should be invalid. But since PEBA doesn’t rule on eligibility unless an entity asks, it probably paid anyway.

  • Indian Land needs its own post office

    In agreement with William Chick’s letter in the May 13 Carolina Gateway, Indian Land certainly needs it’s own post office instead of all these little stations they are opening up that cannot do the job of a real post office.

    Indian Land is growing fast between customers, new stores opening up, apartments and new homes. The Fort Mill post office cannot handle all of this and should not have to deliver to Indian Land.

  • Don’t we pay enough taxes already?

    Finding ways to tax must be a politician’s delight. During elections, they tell us they want to work to lower our taxes, but once in office they find ways to tax us more, and then try and explain to us why more money is needed. 

    Take impact fees: An impact  fee is a fee that is imposed by a local government on a new or proposed development project to pay for all or a portion of the costs of providing public services to the new development.

  • Tax paying now more convenient

    In the Lancaster County Treasurer’s Office, we pride ourselves on providing quality customer service. While no one enjoys paying taxes, one of our top priorities is to make paying your taxes simple and easy.

  • Roads, ethics, more top legislative agenda

    As the S.C. General Assembly approaches the end of the first year of the two-year session, much remains to be done. Finding additional funding for our roads, overhauling ethics laws and strengthening penalties for criminal domestic violence are the issues receiving the most attention.

    To date, though, resolution has yet to be reached on any. What follows will bring you up to speed on those issues as well as some others legislators are debating this year.

    Roads, roads, roads

  • Tax paying now more convenient

    In the Lancaster County Treasurer’s Office, we pride ourselves on providing quality customer service. While no one enjoys paying taxes, one of our top priorities is to make paying your taxes simple and easy.

  • Roads, ethics, more top legislative agenda

    As the S.C. General Assembly approaches the end of the first year of the two-year session, much remains to be done. Finding additional funding for our roads, overhauling ethics laws and strengthening penalties for criminal domestic violence are the issues receiving the most attention.

    To date, though, resolution has yet to be reached on any. What follows will bring you up to speed on those issues as well as some others legislators are debating this year.

    Roads, roads, roads

  • Our View: Congrats to the class of 2015

    For Lancaster County’s 762 graduating seniors, today, May 29, is the day.
    Graduates from all four county high schools – Andrew Jackson, Buford, Indian Land and Lancaster, as well as Carolina Christian Academy – will cross stages to receive their diplomas today.
    After their respective ceremonies, they’ll toss their mortar boards high into the air as they celebrate their graduation with the friends, family, teachers and administrators who helped them along the way.