Second reading of a potential noise limitation ordinance is set to be taken up by Kershaw County Council during its meeting Tuesday.
Kershaw County-based Dog4U Inc. Animal Rescue & Sanctuary is pleased to announce the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals' (ASPCA) sponsorship through a grant award of $1,000 in support of its equine program. The grant award will help alleviate a third of Dog4U's hay costs for the 10 horses under its care for 2012.
Kershaw County's Guardian ad Litem (GAL) program is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Kershaw County Council's introduction of a noise limitation ordinance will rehash a proposal put forward by council about two years ago, according to Kershaw County Attorney Ken DuBose. DuBose said a plan to establish such an ordinance was previously in the works, but only received two readings before ultimately failing to be approved.
Kershaw County Council Chairman Gene Wise made his stance very clear Tuesday regarding the introduction of a new 1 percent county-wide sales tax.
In 2010, Kershaw County Council tasked six county residents with providing a capital project improvement plan for the county.
The Kershaw County Aquatic Center, located on Battleship Road in Camden, will be shut down until Friday according to Kershaw County Recreation Department Director James Davis.
A Kershaw County project to build Bethune a replacement to a recreation building destroyed by fire several years ago has ended up in court.
Darron Kirkley's top goal as Kershaw County's new tourism director will be attracting people to the community.
After holding several lengthy meetings in May and June, the Kershaw County Capital Project Sales Tax Commission will present its list of potential fundable projects to Kershaw County Council on Tuesday.
Kershaw County Sheriff Jim Matthews said he is "disappointed" by a fifth lawsuit filed against him Friday by Kershaw County Magistrate R. Eugene "Gene" Hartis.
Kershaw County Council moved one step closer to implementing a new solid waste fee for county residents during Tuesday's meeting.
Members of the Kershaw County Capital Project Sales Tax Commission continued to explore upgrades to several existing recreation facilities during meetings held Thursday and Monday. The commission is tasked with finding potential recreation capital projects to be funded by the implementation of a proposed 1-cent tax.
Kershaw County Council held a special meeting Tuesday to vote on whether to enact a county-wide residential solid fee. Councilmen voted 5-1 to approve first reading of the ordinance by title only. Councilman Bobby Gary voted against the proposal; Council Vice Chairman Sammie Tucker Jr. was absent.
More than 1,900 acres of land near McCord Ferry Road in Lugoff will now be protected for future generations through a partnership with local landowners and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
On a 6-0 unanimous vote, with Councilman Sammie Tucker Jr. absent, Kershaw County Council passed a motion which, in part, would make Palmetto Utilities of Richland County responsible for repairing Crab Apple Lane and change the way it discharges wastewater to keep the road from being damaged again.
The Kershaw County Humane Society took a step toward being in its bigger home Wednesday with a groundbreaking ceremony at what will be known as the Meyer-Thiel Animal Adoption Center of Kershaw County. The facility is the former Coca-Cola building on Black River Road on the south edge of Camden and will replace the existing Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter at the corner of Bull and Fair Streets.
S.C. Department of Disabilities and Special Needs (DDSN) Director Dr. Beverly Buscemi recently visited the Kershaw County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs (KCBDSN) to speak with families about how services and care for their loved ones will be affected in the next year due to budget expansion and legislation.
Less than a year ago, in April 2014, Palmetto Utilities Inc., a Richland County-based company with a wastewater treatment facility along Spears Creek in Kershaw County, asked Kershaw County Council to officially support its application for a permit to discharge wastewater into the creek. Currently, Palmetto utilizes a sandpit treatment method.
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