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Attention Lee County Residents: Please take a moment to complete this Community Survey to share your likes, dislikes, opinions, and ideas on important issues that affect the County. The results will be incorporated into an updated Lee County Comprehensive Plan, which will look ahead at the next 10 years. Thank you in advance for your participation!
Attention Turbeville Community: Please take a moment to complete this Community Survey to share your likes, dislikes, opinions, and ideas on important issues that affect the Town. The results will be incorporated into an updated Turbeville Comprehensive Plan, which will look ahead at the next 10 years. Thank you in advance for your participation!
Santee Lynches Regional Council of Governments
2525 Corporate Way, Suite 200
Sumter SC 29154
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT
Dennis Cyphers 803-774-1984
About Santee-Lynches Regional Council of Governments
Santee-Lynches Regional Council of Governments is a premier organization committed to equipping our communities to achieve their full potential. Our mission is to collaborate purposely to enhance the quality of life and provide opportunities to advance our. Santee-Lynches serves the counties and cities of Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee, and Sumter. To learn more, visit santeelynchescog.org.
Santee-Lynches COG is a member of the South Carolina Councils of Government (SC COGs). The SC COGs are a network of the 10 regional councils of governments working to positively affect quality of life and economic development in South Carolina. SC COGs serve as an extension of local and county governments to provide technical assistance, secure state, and federal dollars to address critical issues, and advocate at a state and national level for economic and quality of life improvements for South Carolina. To learn more, visit sccogs.org or visit santeelynchescog.org.
February 16, 2023
Brownfields are properties that are no longer in operation, with known, or suspected, environmental contamination on the site. An old, abandoned gas station; an empty factory or mill that is no longer functioning; a vacant school building – these are common...Read more
Santee-Lynches Regional Council of Governments was awarded a grant for $858K to install Far-UVC Technology on school buses across our 4-county region’s 5 school districts.
Far-UVC is a technology that provides passive ongoing disinfection/sanitation, which adds a layer of resilience to...Read more
Using a grant from the Federal Government, Santee-Lynches Regional Council of Governments helped provide cutting edge technology that eradicates viruses like Covid and other germs to provide a safer transport to school. The grant was used to install FAR UVC sanitizing technology in school...Read more
This guide aims to assist workforce professionals quickly and accurately locate emergency and long-term resources for workforce program customers to gain economic stability. It includes information on rental assistance, supports for utilities and broadband, childcare, the child tax...Read more
October is “Residents’ Rights Month”. This annual event is designated by Consumer Voice to honor residents living in all long-term care facilities and consumers receiving services in their home or community. This celebration is an opportunity to focus on and...Read more