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Whitmire, SC - Oath Of Office Ceremony - Council members Jan 2-2009 City Hall
Cassie J. Fowler, Annette McCaskill, Chrystal Harsha, Debbie Harris -(Back) Dwight Lane, Mayor Tim Carroll, Jimmy Brock -Mayor ProTem

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Oath Of Office Ceremony - Council members Jan 2-2009 City Hall
Cassie J. Fowler, Annette McCaskill, Chrystal Harsha, Debbie Harris -(Back) Dwight Lane, Mayor Tim Carroll, Jimmy Brock -Mayor ProTem

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ronald w crayne

Laurens, SC

#1 Jul 26, 2011
born and raised in whitmire left in 1966 i have a question for town council how did you get permission from the s c historical society to deface the wall on main street where you made your flower garden
Whitmire Main Street

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#2 Jul 28, 2011
The wall was in disrepair and was a safety issue. It is also on SCDOT right-of-way. The flower beds were built of recycled brick from the historic Park Street School as a safety barrier next to the sidewalk and new steps (with handrails) were also constructed. The 100 year old horse hitching rings were also left in place. All of this was approved by the SCDOT.
ronald w crayne

Laurens, SC

#3 Jul 29, 2011
you still have not answered my question!
Whitmire Main Street

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#4 Jul 30, 2011
The wall was enhanced (not defaced) and the SC Historical Society had no jurisdiction over that project. Non of the structures (including the wall)on Main Street have been officially declared historical nor have been added to a formal list on the state level.
Pilar

Charlotte, NC

#5 Oct 3, 2011
I had the pleaseure of doing business in Whitmire in the last week and found it really odd that most of the business were closed after 12pm on Wednesday's. after doing a little research and talking to the locals I found out that the reason for that is because of an old bi-law that mandated businesses to close down for the sell-trade-purchase of slaves during those hours. If this is true the State of South Carolina, the county of Newberry, and the town of Whitmire should be ashamed of its self. Everyone that I spoke to in the town of Whitmire siad the same thing "Its always been like this as long as I can remember". If you are one of those people then I challenge you to find out why this is being practiced in 2011. and if after your research you find that what I said is true then I further challenge you to make the necessary changes to the bi-laws and have this practice abolished. My family has been a pilar in the Whitmire community for over 200+ years and I'm ashamed of what is being practiced within this community.

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