This, more or less, was last week’s agenda for Bernadine Reed, the Darlington school-bus driver who got 40 students off a burning bus Jan. 22
Citizens who want to speak before Darlington City Council would have to sign up six days beforehand, tell a city official what they want to discuss, limit their remarks to three minutes and make “no personal attacks” on council members, under a plan that won initial approval Feb. 12.
Lamar Town Council’s Feb. 11 regular meeting offered standing room only at Town Hall as many citizens came to show support for Mayor Darnell Byrd McPherson after her vehicles were vandalized last week.
On Jan. 25, State Farm Insurance and technology company Canary provided Darlington County first responders with 250 home-security cameras that can be monitored remotely from a computer or smartphone.
At its Feb. 12 regular meeting, Hartsville City Council received good news from its accounting firm, which delivered an “unmodified” opinion on the city’s 2018 audit.