Two more names added to one-cent tax ...

Two more names added to one-cent tax study committee

There are 1 comment on the Lexington County Chronicle story from Sep 4, 2013, titled Two more names added to one-cent tax study committee. In it, Lexington County Chronicle reports that:

A committee, dubbed the Lexington County Penny for Progress Commission, has two more members.

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Jordan S

Chesterfield, SC

#1 Oct 11, 2013
I am extremely glad to here this. We the voters will get to approve capital projects and this program has changed the face of york, orangeburg, aiken and soon richland county! We need a more presentable county and to address traffic.

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