Berkeley County voters will decide Nov. 6 whether to change the county's form of government from an elected supervisor to a hired administrator.
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Berkeley County Council violated the state Freedom of Information Act when it amended its agenda to vote on putting a recreation referendum on the Nov. 6 ballot.
On Aug. 13, Berkeley County Council passed a resolution to add a recreation referendum to the ballot in unincorporated areas, but some feel the move was illegal.
The South Carolina Supreme Court is schedule to hear a lawsuit over Dorchester County's 2016 referendum on Oct. 18 in a Columbia courtroom.
Berkeley County Council voted Aug. 13 to put a question on the Nov. 6 ballot asking residents who live in unincorporated areas of the county if they want to create a special tax district to fund the programs, but some question whether they acted legally when they did.
Berkeley County voters might choose a supervisor for the last time this year if a referendum to change the county's form of government is approved by voters in November.
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