Bridge Repair-Veterans Row

On November 7, 2016 The South Carolina Department of Transportation will be closing Veterans Row (S 28-775) from Smyrna Road (S 28-21) to Sessions Road (S 28-101) to thru traffic for Bridge repair.  The road is to be closed for approximately two weeks from November 7, 2016 to November 21, 2016.   … [Read more...]

USC – Arnold School of Public Health Focus Group

Please see attached information regarding this county-wide Focus Group to be held at Town Hall on November 28th, 2016 from 6:00pm - 8:30pm   … [Read more...]

RAIN BARREL WORKSHOP POSTPONED – DUE TO WEATHER

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Santee-Lynches Regional Council of Governments 2014-2019 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

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United Way of Kershaw County 6th Annual Chili Cook Off

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PLEASE BE MINDFUL AS THERE IS A BURN BAN EFFECTIVE 7:00 AM WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5TH

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Rain Barrel Workshop October 8th, 2016

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Kershaw County Open House-Flood Maps

COUNTY TO HOST OPEN HOUSE TO VIEW PRELIMINARY WATEREE WATERSHED FLOOD MAPS   An open house will be held in County Council Chambers at the Kershaw County Government Center at 515 Walnut Street in Camden on Monday, September 19th from 4 P.M.-7 P.M. to give residents the chance to see the newly revised preliminary flood maps of the Wateree Watershed. The maps cover areas west of Camden, including Lugoff and Elgin as well as Lake Wateree. Residents can learn what the new maps will mean … [Read more...]

Lugoff Elgin Water Authority Announcement

LUGOFF-ELGIN WATER AUTHORITY We’ve been receiving calls about the earthy taste and smell of our water. Let me assure everyone, our water is absolutely safe to drink. This taste and odor problem results from an algae bloom in Lake Wateree, which is where we draw our water from. Blue-green algae produce a chemical called MIB. That’s what’s causing the earthy taste and smell. Algae blooms occur in the summer and early fall. This year’s bloom isnotablyworse due to the hot weather and lack of … [Read more...]

LUGOFF-ELGIN WATER AUTHORITY ANNOUNCEMENT

LUGOFF-ELGIN WATER AUTHORITY We’ve been receiving calls about the earthy taste and smell of our water. Let me assure everyone, our water is absolutely safe to drink. This taste and odor problem results from an algae bloom in Lake Wateree, which is where we draw our water from. Blue-green algae produce a chemical called MIB. That’s what’s causing the earthy taste and smell. Algae blooms occur in the summer and early fall. This year’s bloom is notably worse due to the hot weather and lack … [Read more...]