Residents in the lower part of Berkeley County might not have to drive to Moncks Corner to pay taxes or take care of other routine county business if the new vice chairman of county council gets his way.
Dennis Fish said he and recently elected councilman Ken Gunn, who represents that district, would like to reopen the treasurer’s and auditor’s satellite offices at 303 N. Goose Creek Blvd.
“That was one of the campaign promises,” Fish said.
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