As the Lancaster County Economic Development Corp. gears up for its July board of directors meeting, the issue of an independent audit of the LCEDC’s books will be front and center, though one official has some serious concerns.
New legislation signed by South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley earlier this month approved massive precinct changes for voters in Lancaster County’s Panhandle along with minor changes to other county precincts.
Sue and Michael Mangum have lived at 136 Evergreen Road for the last 20 years. During this time they have enjoyed keeping their yard well-manicured, neat and full of seasonal blooms. Until now, little did they know that others admired their yard, too. They received an unprecedented five nominations for Yard of the Month recently.
After learning of these nominations and viewing the yard herself, Elaine Atkins with Leaf and Petal Garden Club agreed and selected the Mangums’ yard as the June Yard of the Month.
Lots of red, white and blue booming and sparkling fun is in store throughout the Lancaster County area and beyond as Independence Day celebrations take place on Friday, July 3, Saturday, July 4 and Sunday, July 5.