MOUNT PLEASANT — Mayor Billy Swails says he is “99.99 percent sure” he’ll seek a second term next year, but if he gets it, he’s just as sure it would be his last.
Swails told The Post and Courier he plans to seek re-election to oversee the makeover of Coleman Boulevard, the replacement of the S.C. Highway 41 bridge over the Wando River and a few other road projects.
“I like it when I’ve got something to do,” said Swails, a State Farm agent who won a three-way race in 2009.
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