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  • City Council candidates: Rock Hill needs more housing, lower utility rates

    Three Rock Hill City Council incumbents and three newcomers vying for three council seats tackled what they believe are the city's biggest needs at a forum Tuesday at Winthrop University. The candidates addressed public transportation, utility rates, affordable housing, jobs and business development.

City Council candidates: Rock Hill needs more housing, lower utility rates

Three Rock Hill City Council incumbents and three newcomers vying for three council seats tackled what they believe are the city's biggest needs at a forum Tuesday at Winthrop University. The candidates addressed public transportation, utility rates, affordable housing, jobs and business development.