Main Street Walhalla is now an Aspiring member of the Main Street South Carolina program. At the Aspiring level, communities receive three years of hands-on guidance to build local capacity as they work to boost their downtown economy.
Members of the South Carolina Business Licensing Officials Association recently elected their 2020 – 2021 board of directors. The new board includes President Pam Davis, business center director, Richland County; Vice President Lakesha Shannon, business license administrator, City of Columbia; Secretary/Treasurer Amyee Rogers, administration supervisor, Town of Pendleton; At-Large Members Karine Thomas, business licensing director, City of Hartsville; Alten Driggers, supervisor, Horry County; Joy Krutek, business license administrator, Dorchester County and Past President Shaun Greenwood, city administrator, City of Forest Acres.
The SC Municipal Finance Officers, Clerks and Treasurers Association recently elected its board of directors for 2020 – 2021. The new officers are President Annette Moore, clerk/treasurer, Town of St. George; Vice President Cammie Hayes, director of finance and general services, City of North Augusta; Secretary/Treasurer Amanda Childers, clerk/treasurer, Town of Harleyville; Directors Erika Moore Hammond, clerk, City of Columbia; Joel Seavey, finance director, City of Clemson; Barbara J. Denny, finance director, City of York; Amber Barnes, assistant town administrator, Town of Pendleton; and Past President David Seifert, chief financial officer, City of Greer.