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P.A.W.S. Receives a $10,210 #SpayTogether Grant

Anderson County, SC (July 1, 2020) – Anderson County PAWS is still hard at work behind the scenes saving lives. A huge thank you to The Humane Society of the United States for awarding us a $10,210.00 #SpayTogether grant. #SpayTogether is a national campaign that has the support of a coalition of the largest and most…

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Dolly Cooper Park Construction Taking Place Over Coming Weeks

Anderson County, S.C. (June 26, 2020) – Hon. Jimmy Davis, Anderson County Councilman for District Six, advises County residents that several projects are underway to improve Dolly Cooper Park. County officials thank the public for its patience during the next several weeks, which may see disruption to the normal flow of activity at Dolly Cooper…

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Courthouse Announces Re-opening Schedule

The Anderson County Courthouse will be re-opening to the general public beginning Monday morning, June 15th. For the first week, our hours will be from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Beginning Monday, June 22nd, the Family Court Judges and our Master-in-Equity will resume a modified hearings roster which will limit the number of people gathered…

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Anderson County Wastewater Experiences Sanitary Sewer Overflows

Anderson County, S.C. (May 20, 2020) – Due to heavy rains, Anderson County Wastewater has experienced Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO’s) at three pump stations. The pump stations that have reported overflows are: Hembree Creek Pump Station (301), 202 Timberlake Road, estimated overflow 75,000 gallons. Stonehaven Pump Station (303), Sussex Way, estimated overflow 30,000 gallons. Gilmer…

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Absentee Satellite Locations to open in Anderson County

Due to the current pandemic the board decided to open more absentee locations around the county in hopes to provide a safer environment to vote absentee. Absentee Satellite Locations will open around Anderson County on specific days and times in an effort to provide voters more location options and times. The plan consists of opening four absentee voting locations on specific days and times. In years past the only location a voter could vote absentee was the Voter Registration and Elections office.

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