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County Council approves first reading of ordinance and second reading of three other ordinances


Sumter County Council approved first reading of a property conveyance ordinance and second reading of three other ordinances Tuesday evening during its regular meeting.

County Attorney Johnathan Bryan told council members the reason behind an ordinance to approve a property conveyance to the Sherwin-Williams Company, in title only, had to do with the way economic development deals were structured in the past. The title reverting back to Sherwin-Williams was simply an overdue final transaction, he said, as council approved first reading.


From the Administrator

Standing Ready... New!


Standing Ready…..  

October is a pleasant time of year; cool mornings, fall color changes, and all of the other nice thoughts brought to mind by this time of year.  However, Sumter County, for the past three Octobers has been a very tough month.  In 2014, Sumter had an Ice Storm that hit the central part of our State from around Aiken through Sumter to around Marion, South Carolina; in 2015, Sumter experienced the “1000 Year Flood”; and in 2016, Hurricane Matthew came with a fury.

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