The Lancaster County Natural Gas Authority has added four compressed natural gas service trucks to its fleet, as well as a CNG fueling station at its facility on Kershaw Camden Highway.
“Lancaster County is taking a small step forward into the future, but it is the first step that will build momentum for a giant leap forward,” said Tim Thornton, general manager for the natural gas authority. “We now have a small fueling station, but large enough to give us a foretaste of what will surely come later, a full-scale fast fill fueling station for public use.”
There are about 112,000 CNG vehicles in the United States.
• TheLake Wylie Pet Resort
has a new owner,Tracy Boyle.
A longtime manager of the pet resort, Boyle was offered the chance to own the business.
The pet resort’s former owner, Rachel Gilmore, is Boyle’s sister. She had been transitioning from operating the business, and Gilmore said the perfect person to become the new owner was her sister.
One of Boyle’s first changes will be to expand the Pet Resort’s grooming department. The company is currently seeking to hire an experienced dog groomer. Interested parties should send a resume and cover letter the Lake Wylie Pet Resort, 5424 Highway 55 E., Lake Wylie, S.C., or drop them off in person. Job candidates can also call 803-831-0481.
•Wells Fargo & Company
has a new mobile response unit, a multifunctional, 75-foot heavy-duty commercial vehicle created to assist customers affected by a disaster.
The unit is built on a semi-trailer truck, can be powered by self-contained generators and has private offices, computers, cellular data feed with satellite backup, and a kitchen and bathroom.
• Rock Hill attorneyJames C. Hardin III
was recently named to the was recently named to 2015 edition of “The Best Lawyers in America
in the categories of litigation-trusts and estates; trusts and estates-estate planning; fiduciary duties; gift planning; partnership and limited liability; succession planning; and trust administration
surplus property is available for purchase by the general public through an online auction. This year’s surplus items include vehicles and equipment that will be available for viewing and bidding through the month of September. Surplus inventory will be added to the county’s website periodically during this time period. Please note that all items are sold “as is, where is.”
To access the website, go to York County’s website, www.yorkcountygov.com, and click on the surplus property link which is located on under “York County News.” Visitors will be redirected to the host website GovDeals, which is an online government surplus auction, to view and bid on items listed.