Sumter County Council's Aug. 14, 2018 meeting
Sumter County Council passed first reading of an amendment to update its Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance Tuesday evening during its regular meeting, while also addressing several other issues.
Before the meeting, council members held a special meeting to receive information on the annual $2.5 million capital bond and to get an update about recusal procedures and statutes from County Attorney Johnathan Bryan.
Watch our video of Sumter County Government's Summer Youth Employment Program
Forty seven students took part in Sumter County Government's 2018 Summer Youth Employment and Mentoring Program.
Public Notice for Floodway Revisions
Sumter County and the City of Sumter in accordance with
National Flood Insurance Program regulation 65.7(b)(1), hereby gives notice of
Sumter County’s intent to revise the flood hazard information, generally
located along Green Swamp from Second Mill Pond Dam, just south of West Liberty
Street, extending south to the confluence with the Pocotaligo River.
S.C. DOT: Alice Drive project begins on August 6
Traffic patterns on Alice Drive will change as part of the S.C. Department of Transportation’s 10-year strategic plan. There will be roadway widening, sidewalk repair, patching and resurfacing. Construction is expected to last three weeks, depending on the weather.
Construction will begin August 6, 2018 at Haile Street and proceed to West Liberty Street. Please be aware of lane closures, heavy traffic, delays and closed intersections.