By Al Dozier The Irmo Town Council handed out some big money Tuesday in appreciation of employee loyalty and in recognition of the work performed by the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce. Irmo employees will receive a $1,500 Christmas bonus this year in appreciation for their loyalty during the pandemic
In a special town council meeting held on October 14th, the council heard presentations from two firms on the building of the Rawls Creek park. The park could offer multiple uses, including the centerpiece skate park, walking trails, dog park, community gardens and playground. Each of these amenities would be
1. Haley knows that our district has spent millions building a new high school will low enrollment and buying properties we don’t need, while our older schools need millions in repairs. Her opponent is supported by the leaders and developers who made those decisions. (See “Fiscal Responsibility” at https://www.haleygriggsford5.com/issues 2.
The Richland County Election Commission has released updated polling location information regarding the special election for a vacant seat on the Lexington-Richland School District Five School Board. Precincts are in Irmo and Chapin areas. Check Vote411.org for candidate information, your voting status, and polling location. The following precincts and polling places will be
Well, apparently the question that was originally posed, “What exactly would it take to find some, any unity at all amongst our fellow Americans?” has no answer. One wonders if this country is irreparably doomed by the political divisions that exist. In a close examination of the current campaign for
Haley brings a component to our district that is highly beneficial in our current climate and fills a need on our board. Her medical education and background are essential to advocate for the best interests of our children. Her dedication to liberty and the protection of our constitutional republic is
In early August, I was approached by several in the community about running in the October 12th special election for the Lexington-Richland District Five Board of Trustees. They expressed that my educational background and work experience would make me a valuable resource to the board and the various issues the district is
Billy Warren, Lexington County resident and businessman has announced he is running for the office of Lexington County Sheriff in the 2024 election cycle. He is promoting crime prevention by having a proactive Sheriff Department that puts the public first. He said he has the experience to make that change