Up to 10 volunteer fire departments in Aiken County will be getting new T-Style fire tanker trucks.
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Georgetown's Spring Gully community could get $750,000 more to update and fix their extensive drainage issues.
With $300,000 designated specifically for infrastructural improvements in Spring Gully, a unincorporated community just outside Georgetown city limits, county council passed the 2014 Capital Project Sales Tax surplus allocations Tuesday night.
For the past three weeks, the residents of Spring Gully have pleaded with Georgetown County Council to allocate money from a surplus tax to fix their community’s issues.
Residents of Georgetown County are frustrated with persistent flooding in their neighborhoods, and hoping county council will devote more attention and funding to the issue. Meanwhile, the county slashed 59 percent from the its stormwater fund last year, and more than 12 percent from the year before that.
After several community members spoke before the Georgetown County Council meeting Feb. 18, the council deferred an ordinance to allocate the remaining 2014 Capital Project Sales Tax surplus.
Plans for a new headquarters for Aiken County Coroner Darryl Ables and his staff are close to being finished.
The covered, open-air kennel wing at the Aiken County Animal Shelter is being enclosed during a construction project that began earlier this month.
Wet weather has been a major reason for delays in the project to repair, retrofit and strengthen the dam at Langley Pond near Warrenville.
Aiken City Council will further decide the future of several city projects approved by Aiken County under the Capital Project Sales Tax IV.