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We are pleased to see recreation and green space opportunities coming to fruition. The city, of course, cut the ribbon on the Sweet Gum Trail last week, which not only connects Scott and Woodward Parks with a well-built, fully accessible hiker/biker trail but also sets the stage to connect many other points in Camden and Kershaw County via pedestrian/biker trails. Tonight, Kershaw County Council will consider final approval of a contract to purchase 35 acres of land along the Wateree River in Lugoff, just across the bridge and across U.S. 1 from the county boat landing, for the purpose of recreation.

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