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A peek at the competition
Is Kershaw County being left behind?
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Kershaw County Council Chairman Julian Burns and Kershaw County School District Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan (both center) react to something Richland-Lexington School District 5 Center for Advanced Technical Studies (CATES) Assistant Director Dr. Al Gates (far right) says during a tour of the facility Monday. With them are (from left) CATES Director Dr. Bob Couch, Lugoff attorney Ben Connell and Kershaw County Economic Development Director Peggy McLean. The group, which also included County Administrator Vic Carpenter and local banker Dennis Stuber, also toured Lexington Countys Saxe-Gotha Industrial Park. - photo by Jim Tatum
(Third in a series.) A group intent on spurring economic development in Kershaw County took a closer look at what one competitor has been doing. The group, led by Kershaw County Council Chairman Julian Burns, included County Administrator Vic Carpenter, County Economic Development Director Peggy McLean, Kershaw County School District Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan, attorney Ben Connell and banker Dennis Steuber. The group came back with a number of impressions.

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