Open Letter I would like to respond to State Representative Chip Huggins’ report of “major accomplishments” from the last legislative session that appeared in the July 15th edition of the Irmo News. While claiming to champion “preserving life,” Huggins and his fellow Republicans appear to be only pro-BIRTH, not pro-life.
Open Letter The June 12 District Five board meeting began with a trustee’s reprimand of the Director of Communications for not sufficiently celebrating our new superintendent. Trustee Ken Loveless expressed disapproval that, “there was very little recognition on the district website and next to no fanfare in the community and the
Remember all the talk about how elected officials, government, etc. should be more transparent. I agreed then and still do. I read the other day where at the Special Called Meeting on June 29th Council voted and approved Irmo Town Administrator Bob Brown’s “request to retire”. Never heard of that
The goodness of the American people is codified in the Fair Housing Act. The act in essence states that every effort will be made to allow those with disabilities the physical comforts and conveniences necessary to lead normal and productive lives. An unfortunate situation in Irmo came to light nearly
There have been numerous accusations made about sitting District 5 school board trustees accepting campaign donations through the years from firms who are or could potentially do business with the school district. I have been watching this closely, because even though the SC Ethics Commission allows and places a limit