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KCC re-boots Clean Community Commission
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Kershaw County Council gave the green light for a new, refurbished Clean Community Commission to get back to work during its April 10 meeting. Council passed third and final reading of an ordinance re-establishing the commission, which council members and county residents remembered as being one of the county’s most visible of the volunteer citizen commissions. The commission, which was launched in the 1980s, accomplished a number of goals and objectives for improving public lands and properties across the county, including organizing Adopt A Highway groups, sprucing up old cemeteries, including Quaker and Cedars cemeteries and establishing and building a pocket park honoring Boylan Haven Mather Academy; the park utilized the school’s entrance gates.