SC Association of Counties elects new President


At the recent annual conference, South Carolina Association of Counties (SCAC) held their election for the upcoming year. Clarendon County Council Chairman Dwight was elected to be SCAC President, which is a one year term. He is elected to the office previously held by McCormick County Council Chairman Charles T. Jennings, the SCAC President for 2018-19.

SCAC was established 52 years ago to provide legislative advocacy and statewide representation for each county in the state. A councilman from each of the 46 counties in SC is chosen to serve as their county representative. The Association provides resources to involve county officials in the legislative process and keep them informed of the General Assembly's actions.

SCAC’s immediate past president, Charles Jennings, and the Association’s staff did an excellent job building our relationship with members of the state legislature,” Stewart said. “It’s essential that we all continue to work together for the citizens of our great state.”

For the rest of the story, please see August 15 edition of The Manning Times. We have many paperboxes throughout Manning, and more copies can be purchased at our office. 203 East Boyce Street in Manning near Sparrow and Kennedy Tractor Company, the John Deere distribution center. 


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