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Shipping containers now legal in all zoning districts
County extends MegaSite option for another five years
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Kershaw County Sheriff Lee Boan talks about the need for an additional narcotics investigator and additional school resource officer (SRO) during Kershaw County Council’s meeting Tuesday. Council later approved $56,000 in funds during the next three to five fiscal years to as a 10 percent match to a total of approximately $500,000 in grant money to cover the two positions. Boan said the SRO would be assigned to the Woolard Technology Center, the replacement for ATEC. - photo by Martin L. Cahn/C-I
With a series of unanimous votes Tuesday (minus Councilman Sammie Tucker Jr., who was absent), Kershaw County Council made shipping containers legal in every zoning district in the county. The votes came in the middle of a more than three-hour meeting and after 10 people spoke during public forum, mostly about shipping containers.