Congratulations to RCC’s newly-elected secretary Lane Goodwin, and to Cyndy Storm, our newly-elected treasurer. Both were elected in a special election at the October 18th meeting to serve out unexpired terms.
Thanks to Mike Dawson of the River Alliance and Betty Gregory of Citizens for a Greater Midlands for presenting the proposed projects in Rosewood that would be funded by the penny tax. Read more about the projects that will be implemented in Rosewood if the penny tax passes on November 6.
Moryah Jackson–a candidate for Richland County School District One At-large–and Robert Rikard–the Democratic candidate for Senate District 20 both spoke at the meeting.
The next Rosewood Community Council meeting is scheduled for January 17, 2013.
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Any update on Seaco? I smelled asphalt for the first time on Wando Street this morning
Scott, no news from the city, but DHEC has approved the Voluntary Cleanup Contract with Seaco. Here’s the latest: http://www.scdhec.gov/environment/SEACO/Brownfields.asp