Attorney and Fort Mill School Board candidate Brian Murphy plans to rally against Shea Homes after the company and other plaintiffs filed suit against York County Council related to school impact fees.
The 809 Foundation, named for slain York County Sheriff’s Office Det. Mike Doty, held a cornhole fundraiser Saturday, August 11, 2018 in Fort Mill. Doty was one of four officers shot during a January domestic violence call near York, South Carolina.
A complaint against York County from home builders will be filed with the S.C. Supreme Court against impact fee increases for the Fort Mill school district. Developers fear a ‘building moratorium’ is next.
A lawsuit has been filed against York County, South Carolina, which approved impact fee increases to pay for development in the Fort Mill School District. Home builder groups have sued the county, according to York County Councilman Michael Johnson.
The Fort Mill school board election this fall already has nine candidates for four seats. Terrin Boddie, Wayne Bouldin, Michele Branning, Christine Dayton, Hazel Frick, Marianne Koehl, Andrew Markners, Celia McCarter and Brian Murphy have filed.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation is partnering with a Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, project to set up a detour at Youngblood and Zoar roads at the state line for 12 days, from Aug. 15-27.
York County, South Carolina, residents can join a discussion on school safety at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 8, 2018, featuring local leaders. A tele-town hall will be streamed live on U.S. Congressman Ralph Norman’s Facebook page. The town hall includes school and police leaders.
Over three tax-free days — Aug. 3-5 — in South Carolina, shoppers from North Carolina flocked to the Indian Land and Tega Cay Walmart stores just over the border in search of back-to-school savings. In addition to core school supplies such as pens, paper and calculators, other items such as linens were also tax-free.
Carson Carruthers is the new quarterback for the Nation Ford High School football team. The Falcons open their season Aug. 17 at Spartanburg. A tough schedule includes defending 4A state champion South Pointe.
Main Street Fort Mill Jam on July 14 featured food trucks, vendors, live music and more to promote downtown merchants and highlight the revitalization of historic Fort Mill. It's all happening again on Aug. 11. More: https://bit.ly/2uFSrUI