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Town of Turbeville
March 2020

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The next Town Council Meeting will be held at 6:30 on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. The Public is encouraged to attend.

Congratulations to Walker Gamble Elementary School on being named one of seven finalists in the 2020 Palmetto's Finest Awards. The Palmetto Finest Awards are viewed as the most coveted and respected awards in the academic community. Winners will be announced through a live stream at 1:45 p.m. on March 24, 2020.

Congratulations to the following winners of the Beauty Pageant at East Clarendon Middle/High School. Petite Miss Aimee Coker; Junior Miss Madelynn Welch; Young Miss Merietta Floyd; and Miss East Clarendon Alecia Wilson.

Also Congratulations to Lillie Blakelyn Coker on being Crowned Miss Carolina Academy and to her younger sister Allie Keith Coker on being crowned Junior Miss Carolina Academy.

If you live in the Town Of Turbeville and need the assistance of Law Enforcement, please call the Clarendon County Sheriff's Office at 803-435-4414 or you may call 911.

In the Town of Turbeville for Water or Sewer Emergencies occurring during the hours that the Town Hall Office is closed, please call Dispatch in Manning at 803-435-8877.

CLOSURE OF ROAD FOR BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
The S. C. Department of transportation plans to replace two bridges on US 301 in Clarendon County (Hwy 301) over Pudding Swamp in Clarendon County.

Clarendon Construction closed US 301 at the bridge site on Monday, February 10, 2020. This section of road is expected to be closed for approximately 43 weeks. Pending any delays due to weather, equipment, etc., it is expected the new bridge will reopen to the traveling public on December 5, 2020.

A detour route is set up utilizing S-14-45 (Puddin Swamp Road), S-14-36 (Old Manning Road), and S-14-32 (Salem Road). The net length of the detour route is 2.17 miles.

A Special Election will be held in the Town of Trubeville on the 31st of March, 2020 for the purpose of filling the unexpired term for on Council Member. Candidates on the ballot are Marion Dukes and Tammy Hicks.

The Town Of Turbeville now accepts credit card payments for water bills. You may use the following: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or Debit Card. To make an online payment click the Utilities Payments tab above or just click here. When the icon comes up, it will say GovPay.Net. Use this service only.

 

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