Posts in Category: housing

October 2017 

City Council held a public hearing to learn more about how residents think the next fiscal year Community Development Block Grant funding should be spent. This funding is made available from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and can be used for range of activities such as housing rehabilitation, code enforcement, acquisition of real property, demolition, infrastructure and public facility improvements, economic development, and social services. Council approved... Click here for the entire recap...
 

June 2017 

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 9:09:00 AM Categories: budget Council housing job roads sewer utilities water
The next fiscal year budget has been approved with the City’s annual budget balanced at just over $67.2 million dollars. Some of the most significant expenditures are: One third or $20.3 million goes toward public safety services, including Police, Fire, EMS, municipal court, inspections and enforcement; One third or $22.5 million goes to water, sewer and stormwater services; and The other third is split across the following programs and... Click here for the entire recap...
 

May 2017 

Wednesday, May 17, 2017 8:45:00 AM Categories: budget CDBG Council Downtown historic housing police department roads transportation
It’s budget season and Council has been hosting workshops in conjunction with our regular meetings as well as held a hearing last night to hear requests from the public. Staff along with Council is working hard to complete a balanced budget by June for our upcoming fiscal year. Currently we are looking at approximate expenditures for the year totaling just over $65 million dollars. Council also held a public hearing last night to discuss our Comprehensive Annual Performance and... Click here for the entire recap...
 

October 2016 

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 12:19:00 PM Categories: CCTC CDBG debris disaster recovery housing hurricane
City Council recognized Dr. Tim Hardee and for his tremendous efforts at Central Carolina Technical College. Dr. Hardee has recently been named the next President and Executive Director of South Carolina Technical College system. Comprised of 16 colleges, including CCTC, located across the state and two internationally-renowned statewide programs: readySC and Apprenticeship Carolina; the SC Technical College System is dedicated to furthering economic and workforce development in South... Click here for the entire recap...