Lights and siren contract issued for county’s emergency vehicles | News | The Press and Standard

by | April 13, 2017 5:00 pm

Last Updated: April 12, 2017 at 12:13 pm

West Chatham Warning Devices Inc. was awarded a contact to supply lighting and equipment for the county’s emergency vehicles over the next three years at Colleton County Council’s April 4 session.
  Graham County Land Company, LLC was designated the low bidder on the Greenway Trail project, and council approved having county officials enter into a contract with the company to handle the first phase of the installation of a hike-bike trail along the abandoned railroad right-of-way alongside Green Pond Highway. The project is covered with funds from a South Carolina Park, Recreation and Tourism grant, a Colleton Transportation Commission allocation and funds from the Planning and Development budget.
 An amendment to the Joint County Industrial Park agreement between Charleston and Colleton counties was approved by county council.
 The ordinance that will eventually contain the county’s 2017-2018 fiscal year budget was given its first reading at the April session.
The ordinance was introduced by title-only as county officials continue to work on the budget, which has to be finalized and approved by council before July 1.
 Council approved a resolution designating April as Fair Housing Month and, in a companion resolution, renewed Deadgra Sadler’s designation as the county’s America Disabilities Act Compliance coordinator as well as renewing the county’s policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of disability status.
 Another resolution declared May 15 as Peace Officers’ Memorial Day and the week of May 15 as Police Week.
 May 13 was declared by resolution as Stewardship Day for the Edisto River Basin. The declaration coincides with the Friends of the Edisto’s annual basin-wide cleanup of the Edisto River.

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