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City Council elects Jeffrey Graham mayor pro tem

Posted: December 21, 2017 5:13 p.m.
Updated: December 22, 2017 1:00 a.m.

Camden City Council chose Jeffrey Graham to serve as its mayor pro tem for 2018.

The vote was taken during council’s Dec. 12 meeting, the final regular session for the year. The meeting scheduled for Dec. 26 was canceled.

Graham takes over from Councilwoman Deborah Davis. Council thanked Davis for her service in that capacity and for her continued service on city council.

In other business, council approved annexation of a 1-acre property at the corner of U.S. 521 and I-20. According to online records from the Kershaw County Registrar of Deeds Office, Dilmar Oil Company purchased the property in November for $115,000 from Mulberry Plantation. It is the last parcel of land before the Exit 98 ramp from U.S. 521 heading southbound and is located adjacent to a wooded lot Dilmar already owns next to the Mobil gas station and convenience store near the Waffle House.

Council also passed second and final reading of an ordinance adopting new flood maps into Chapter 162 of the city’s code. 

Council also went into executive session to discuss a personnel matter involving an employee in the Camden Police Department, and a separate legal matter involving a potential lawsuit. Council did not vote on or discuss either matter upon returning to regular session.

Camden City Council meets in its first regular session of the year at 6 p.m. January 9 in city hall, 1000 Lyttleon St., Camden. 


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