Lexington Council Updated on General Assembly

Summer Solum
Citizen Reporter

Tim Winslow, an attorney with the South Carolina Association of Counties, gives Lexington County Council an update on what the recently concluded S.C. General Assembly session means to counties across the state.

Winslow, who is just out of the picture to the right, addressed the council during a July 26 meeting.


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1 Response to Lexington Council Updated on General Assembly

  1. ssolum says:

    I think they want more money from us. And they want to use the state to do it by either raising taxes to fund the local govt fund or by getting rid of the millage cap so they can raise property taxes. And Lexington Co is using our tax dollars to pay lobbyists to “persuade” lawmakers to take more of our money.

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