MONCKS CORNER -- It's a long way from some parts of Berkeley County to the county offices in Moncks Corner.
So Supervisor Dan Davis says he's going to drive around the county to hear what's on people's minds.
Davis will hold meetings in county districts on the second Thursday of each month. The first meeting is 6-8 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Daniel Island Library.
"During my re-election campaign, I had the opportunity to speak with many different citizens across the county," Davis said. "I made the decision that if I was re-elected, I would make a point to go to each community so I could personally meet with the people and discuss their thoughts on what is happening in their district and Berkeley County as a whole."
Davis got 60 percent of the votes on Daniel Island in June's Republican primary runoff against U.S. Rep. Henry Brown and faces no opposition in November.
Davis also will hold Open Forum meetings in council chambers once a quarter, starting in October.
"I want to offer citizens a variety of options to interact with me and express what is on their minds," Davis said.