Greenville County May Save $100 Million Dollars
- By Willis Meadows
On Friday, May 17, 2019, six members of Greenville County Council unveiled a plan to relocate the County Office building rather than build a new building at the present County Square location. The cost of the relocation of the County and State offices would be $63.9 million. That is over $100 million less than the presently proposed redevelopment plan for County Square.
It is proposed that County Offices be moved to the former Fluor building at 350 /352 Halton Road. The price for purchase, upgrading and adding 10,000 square feet to the building would be $33.5 million.
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Treasurer Curtis Loftis kicks off National 529 Day observance with $529 College Savings Grants
- By SC Treasurer Curtis Loftis
COLUMBIA, S.C. – State Treasurer Curtis Loftis announced that South Carolina’s Future Scholar 529 College Savings Plan would once again celebrate National 529 College Savings Day (May 29) with its PalmettoBaby Grant Program.
The annual program, which is in its seventh year, promotes the importance of families saving for college and provides a privately-funded $529 grant to each baby born in South Carolina on May 29 to put toward a Future Scholar account.
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ICYMI: Duncan Stands Up for South Carolina Businesses
- By US Rep. Jeff Duncan Office
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Jeff Duncan (SC-03) testified before the U.S. International Trade Commission in support of the United States Trade Representative’s enforcement of the decision by the World Trade Organization (WTO) to level the playing field in the global aircraft marketplace.
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P.F. Flyers Repositions to Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU) and Earns Upstate of South Carolina’s Only Cirrus Service Center!
- By Lara Kaufmann
“P.F. Flyers has been servicing aircraft in the Upstate since 1999. We thrilled to have them based at GMU”, stated Airport Director Joe Frasher. P.F. Flyers is a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 145 Repair Station certified to work on aircraft instruments and radios as well as many other things. “Many aircraft used out of and in to GMU, and other airports in our region, still need to have avionics installed. P.F. Flyers can help aircraft owners meet the compliance date,” Frasher added.
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Congress Votes to Strip Women’s Rights
- By Eagle Forum
May 21, 2019, marks the 100th anniversary of the House passage of women’s suffrage giving women the right to vote in elections. Women have enjoyed the freedoms of being politically active and voting for candidates that best represent them.
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National Ministry and Prayer Leader, Author, and Educator Kathy Branzell Named as the New President of the National Day of Prayer Task Force
- By Christian Newswire
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- The Board of Directors of the National Day of Prayer (NDP) Task Force has announced that Kathy Branzell will succeed Dr. Ronnie Floyd as the President of the NDP Task Force. While Kathy assumes her new role this week, Dr. Floyd begins his new role as president and CEO of the Southern Baptist Executive Committee.
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