To continue to stay safe and help stop the spread of coronavirus, the 2021 Hometown Legislative Action Week will be an ongoing virtual event, with content releasing beginning February 1. The Association staff will truly bring the State House dome to all city and town officials’ homes.
The Municipal Association of South Carolina's affiliate associations provide many opportunities to meet the professional development needs of staff within cities and towns. Be sure to join or renew in 2021.
Municipalities are keeping a close watch on coronavirus developments, and making sure their employees and residents are taking steps to stay healthy.
this week’s report for updates on state budget requests related to the 2021
the request of local elected officials across the state, the Municipal
Association of SC has developed a model face covering ordinance for
cities and towns to use when developing policies to combat COVID-19 in their
communities. The Association is offering this document as a resource to its
members. The document does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice.
Instead, this document is offered for general informational purposes only.
The South Carolina General Assembly overwhelmingly passed the SC Business License Tax Standardization Act in September 2020, bringing a resolution to years of attacks on the business license tax.