2012 Ordinances

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The below ordinances and resolutions have been provided for the convenience of the public. For copies of an ordinance or resolution, not provided below, please contact Mrs. Tracey Langley, Clerk to Council at (843) 832-0196.

Ordinance  Summary
 12-01 To provide for the issuance and sale of not to exceed $18,000,000 General Obligation Bond, Series 2012.
 12-02 An ordinance repealing Chapter 44, Article III and Article IV, and enacting in place thereof a new article III of Chapter 44 governing both Water and Sewer Services and uses for Dorchester County.
 12-03  
 12-04 A sixth supplemental ordinance providing for the issuance and sale of waterworks and sewer system revenue refunding bonds, series 2012, in the principal amount of not exceeding $26,000,000.
 12-05 An ordinance authorizing economic development incentives, including a fee agreement, between Dorchester County and Showa Denko Carbon, INC.
 12-06 An ordinance authorizing inclusion of property of Showa Denko Carbon Inc. in multicounty park.
 12-07 An ordinance to make appropriations for County Government, Educational, and Fire Protection purposes for Dorchester County for fiscal year July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013.
 12-08

An ordinance to amend the Zoning and Land Development Standards Ordinance Number 04-13, Article VI, Use Group 17(c) to add "and establishments engaged in the care, treatment, and housing of domestic animals"; Article X, Section 10.4.1(c) to delete the same and substitute in lieu thereof a new section 10.4.1.(c); Article XIII, section 13.5.7(j) to add a new subsection 13.5.7(j)(5); Article VI, use group 23(b) to delete the same and to add use group 23(c) "and water treatment plants, storage tanks, or pumping stations for the purification, storage and/or pumping of potable water"; Article X Section 10.4.18(a), (b) and (c) to add to each subsection, "water treatment plants and/or water storage towers."

 12-09 An ordinance to amend ordinance 09-12 and ordinance 11-17 and approving an amendment to the loan agreement between the South Carolina Water Quality Revolving Fund Authority and Dorchester County identified as South Carolina Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund Loan number S1-119-09-542-01 to provide for certain changes to the debt service reserve fund funding requirements therein.
 12-10 An ordinance repealing section 44-202 of Chapter 44, Article III, Division 21, and enacting in place thereof a new section 44-202 of Chapter 44, Article III, Division 21, with regard to use of enterprise funds. 
 12-11 An ordinance deleting Sec. 26-179(10) and Sec. 36-180, Chapter 36, Article VI and Substituting in lieu thereof a new Sec. 36-180, Chapter 36, Article VI
 12-12 An ordinance regulating the discharge of firearms in proximity to schools 
 12-13 An ordinance postponing the Quadrennial Dorchester County Reassessment 
 12-14 A seventh supplemental ordinance providing for the issuance and sale of waterworks and sewer system revenue bonds, series 2012B, in the principal amount of not exceeding $1,700,000 
 12-15 An ordinance to amend Chapter 2, Article III, Division 2. Section 2-98 (c) (4) a. deleting and substituting language dealing with placing items on the County Council Agenda. 
 12-16 Ordinance approving a loan from the South Carolina Public Service Authority to Dorchester County to finance certain improvements to the Waterworks and Sewer System.
 12-17 An ordinance repealing ordinance 10-19 and amending Zoning and Land Development Standards Ordinance 04-13.
 12-18 An ordinance to amend Zoning and Land Development Standards Ordinance 04-13, Article VII to add a new section, 7.12 "CLI-2, Commercial/Light Industrial District Two," including subsections 7.12.1 through 7.12.9, which sets the standards for CLI-2 Zoning Districts 
 12-19 An ordinance approving rezoning request #640, which approves the East Edisto Form District Master Plan.
 12-20 An ordinance approving a development agreement for East Edisto Tract pursuant to the South Carolina Local Government Development Agreement Act and Dorchester County Ordinance No. 10-13.
 12-21 Ordinance to remove property (93 Springview Lane, TMS# 162-01-14-002-000, owned by Lowcountry Boys, LLC, and 301 E. 5th North Street, TMS# 137-04-08-000, owned by McCreery Coal Land Company) from joint county industrial park between Dorchester County and Orangeburg County

2012 Resolutions

Resolution 

Summary

 12-01

A resolution in honor of William (Bill) E. Coxe Jr.

 12-02

A resolution providing for the amendments of certain water purchase and supply agreement between the Lake Marion Regional Water Agency and Dorchester County

 12-03

A resolution amending resolution 83-14 ref: Change to membership of the Old Fort Fire District Board of Directors

 12-04

Fair Housing Resolution

 12-05

Resolution in honor of Gerald E. Blackwell

 12-06

Resolution in memory of Judge C. Pinckney

 12-07

A resolution approving the issuance of Special Source Revenue Bond, Series 2012, in an aggregate principal amount of not to exceed $1,250,000.

 12-09

A resolution in honor of Amber Heyward

 12-10

A resolution in honor of Merle Handelsman

 12-11

A resolution in honor of Jerry Sauerbrei

 12-12

A resolution to honor and recognize Beech Hill Elementary School for receiving the Palmetto's Finest School Award

 12-13

A resolution amending resolution 83-14 as previously amended via resolution 12-03 ref: Change to membership of the Old Fort Fire District Board of Directors

 12-14

A Resolution to Honor and Recognize the Ashley Ridge High School Baseball Team for an Outstanding Season and to Congratulate the Players and Coaches for Winning the 2012 AAAA State Championship

 12-15

A resolution to the Federal Delegation in opposition to sequestration

 12-16

A resolution to approve mutual aid agreement between the Dorchester County and Spartanburg County Sheriff's Offices 

 12-17

A resolution confirming the intention of Dorchester County to be reimbursed for expenditures related to Capitol Projects to be financed by the issuance of Bonds. 

 12-18

A resolution supporting the application for 50/50 matching funds from the SCDOT Fiscal  Year 2013 resurfacing match program for US Hwy. 78.

 12-19

A resolution authorizing the execution and delivery of a master lease agreement

 12-20

A resolution recognizing Demari and Mackenzie McCray

 12-21

A resolution to express appreciation for Leadership Dorchester

 12-22

A resolution in honor of Richard H. Rosebrock

 12-23

A resolution appointing Willie Davis to the Lake Marion Regional Water Agency and Jason Ward as the alternate.