Mayor Jack M. Scoville, Jr. read an Arbor Day proclamation on the steps of The Kaminski House at an event sponsored by the Georgetown Garden Club. The proclamation declared December 2nd, 2016, Arbor Day, in the City of Georgetown. A live oak was planted to replace a tree lost during Hurricane Matthew.
The City of Georgetown, Georgetown County, and the Town of Pawleys Island will be holding a joint community outreach program to educate citizens on flooding mitigation and ways to help reduce flood insurance premiums. This forum will take place at the VFW (715 Church St., Georgetown, SC) on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 from 6-8 pm. […]
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Hurricane Matthew | DR-4286-SC NEWS RELEASE 028 For Immediate Release State Joint Information Center 803-737-8515 | Social: @SCEMD SCEMD: 803-737-8500 FEMA NEWS DESK: 803-714-1412 South Carolina Survivors Have 30 Days to Apply for Disaster Assistance COLUMBIA, S.C. (Monday, Nov. 14) – Just one month remains for Hurricane Matthew survivors in South Carolina to register with […]
Hurricane Matthew | DR-4286-SC NEWS RELEASE 027 For Immediate Release FEMA/State Joint Information Center 803-737-8515 | Social: @SCEMD SCEMD: 803-737-8500 FEMA NEWS DESK: 803-714-1412 Disaster Assistance Tops $53 Million for Hurricane Survivors in South Carolina COLUMBIA, S.C. (Thursday, Nov. 10) — One month after the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Matthew, the amount of federal […]