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2017 Annual Drinking Water Report Now Available 

Posted by Seth Duncan Monday, April 9, 2018 10:50:00 AM

The Town of Batesburg-Leesville presents this year’s Water Quality Report for 2017. Our goal is and always has been, to provide to you a safe and dependable supply of drinking water. As noted in the report no violations were found. Readers can access the full report here

Water customers in the Harbour Watch area may find a copy of their water quality report here

BLPD to Host CWP Class 

Posted by Seth Duncan Tuesday, March 13, 2018 3:08:00 PM

The Batesburg-Leesville Police Department will be hosting a Concealed Weapon Permit Class.

The Batesburg-Leesville Police Department will be hosting a Concealed Weapon Permit Class in March. The classroom portion will take place on Thursday, March 22nd, 2018, beginning at 6:30 PM at the Batesburg-Leesville Police Department. The range qualification time for the class will take place on Saturday, March 24th, at a specific time to be determined on March 22nd.

The cost of the course will be $50.00 per applicant. Applicants are required to register and pay all class associated fees at the Batesburg-Leesville Police Department before March 22nd. The applicant will then receive an application packet.

 Applicants should bring at least 50 rounds of ammunition and an appropriate secure holster for their range qualification. Targets, hearing protection and eye protection will be provided. This course is designed to provide the applicant with the training and materials needed to complete the application process with SLED. The cost associated with applying for the Concealed Weapons Permit through SLED is a separate process and fee.

The point of contact for registration or any questions associated with this event will be Chief W. Wallace Oswald or Lieutenant David W. Bouknight, III  at  (803) 532-4408. 

Town Egg Hunt & Food Truck Rodeo Planned 

Posted by Seth Duncan Thursday, February 15, 2018 10:21:00 AM

The Town of Batesburg-Leesville is excited to announce that this year’s Town Egg Hunt will take place Thursday, March 29th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm in Leesville College Park.

Planned festivities include music, games, face painting, egg races, and more. A balloon artist will also be on hand to create amazing animals and other objects for kids. Fire trucks and other town equipment will be on display for the event. The Town’s Rotary clubs are planning to attend and provide free books to children as part of their reading initiatives.

The egg hunt portion of the evening will begin at 6pm with three separate hunts in the park. The Town is prepping more than 2,000 eggs for this year’s hunt. Children ages 0 to 3 will hunt starting at 6pm next to Haynes Cafeteria, while hunters aged 4-6 and 7-10 will be near the outdoor stage. The older hunt groups will hunt starting at 6:15pm. Candy will be available to all participants and a few luck hunters will win prizes.

In addition to these activities, the Town is hosting its first ever Food Truck Rodeo – so bring your wallet and an appetite! Confirmed vendors include Dippin’Dogs, Karen’s Mobile Kitchen, The Pop Stop (ice cream), and Coffee Stop Wine Shop (no alcohol). Menus and prices are available on the Town’s website and Facebook page.

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors for making this event possible. Our sponsors include Batesburg-Leesville Chamber of Commerce, Dream Catchers, Batesburg Business Association, Arts on the Ridge, B-L Ministerial Alliance, B-L Rotary, and the Leesville Merchants Association. 

 

 

 

 

E-Waste Recycling Event 3/17 

Posted by Seth Duncan Thursday, February 15, 2018 10:18:00 AM

The Town of Batesburg-Leesville in conjunction with Lexington County Solid Waste will be hosting an E-Waste Recycling Event on Saturday, March 17th from 9am until 1pm at Batesburg-Leesville High School. Residents will have the opportunity to dispose of computers, televisions, printers, stereos, other electronics, tires, and paper.

Accepted items will include:

Tires – limit 8 per resident of Batesburg-Leesville. Must not be on rims and only passenger or light truck tires will be accepted. No commercial dealers will be allowed to dispose of tires.

Paper Shredding – paper only. No binders, books, or plastic-coated paper (magazines). Staples and paperclips are acceptable.

E-Waste – up to 8 items per visit from Lexington County residents and small businesses. Items can be computers, TV’s, copiers, VCR and DVD players, fax machines, telephone systems, cell phones household electronics including stereo’s, radio’s, PDA’s and electronic game systems. Electronic waste must have been generated in Lexington County for this event, and residents should keep electronics intact for the purpose of recycling.

This event is in partnership with Advanced Disposal, Lexington County Solid Waste Management, Shred With Us, PalmettoPride, and Lexington School District Three.

For more information, please contact Town Hall at 532-4601.

Multiple Boil Water Notices 

Posted by Seth Duncan Monday, January 8, 2018 12:01:00 PM

Due to cold weather, a number of areas around town experienced water line breaks over night. Although crews are making repairs as quickly as possible, some residents may experience water pressure issues today. Additionally, the following areas are advised to boil the water before drinking:

  • Aiken St.
  • Aldridge St. 
  • Chinquapin
  • Academy St.
  • Highland Ave. from Jones St. to N. Carolina Ave. 

All residents and business in these areas should boil their water until 5pm Tuesday, January 9th. 

LIMITED BOIL WATER ADVISORY 

Posted by Seth Duncan Friday, January 5, 2018 1:54:00 PM

Due to a water line break on Line Street, crews from the Utilities Department will have to cut off water services to make repairs. Water service will be down for 3 to 4 hours affecting customers on Line Street, Solomon Street, Blossom Street, Lawrence Circle, and Alexander Street. Once service is restored, please boil your water before drinking for at least 24 hours or until 5pm Saturday, January 6th. If you have any questions, please call Town Hall at 532-4601.

LIMITED BOIL WATER ADVISORY 

Posted by Seth Duncan Friday, January 5, 2018 9:56:00 AM

Due to a water line break on South East Avenue, crews from the Utilities Department will have to cut off water services to make repairs. Water service will be down for 3 to 4 hours affecting customers on South East Avenue from HWY 1 to Terrace Way. Once service is restored, please boil your water before drinking for at least 24 hours or until noon Saturday, January 6th. If you have any questions, please call Town Hall at 532-4601.

LIMITED BOIL WATER ADVISORY 

Posted by Seth Duncan Thursday, January 4, 2018 1:19:00 PM

Due to a water line break on Aiken Street, crews from the Utilities Department will have to cut off water services to make repairs. Water service will be down for 3 to 4 hours affecting customers on Aiken St. and W. Columbia Ave from the Police Department to Ridgell St.  Once service is restored, please boil your water before drinking for at least 24 hours or until 5pm Friday, January 5th. If you have any questions, please call Town Hall at 532-4601. Thank you.

LIMITED BOIL WATER ADVISORY 

Posted by Seth Duncan Thursday, January 4, 2018 12:39:00 PM

Due to a water line break on Main Street between Caughman Street and East Church Street, crews from the Utilities Department will have to cut off services today starting at 1pm. Water service will be down for about 3 to 4 hours while crews make repairs. Once service is restored, please boil your water before drinking for at least 24 hours or until 5pm Friday, January 5th. If you have any questions, please call Town Hall at 532-4601. Thank you.

LIMITED BOIL WATER ADVISORY 

Posted by Seth Duncan Wednesday, January 3, 2018 11:50:00 AM

Residents along Lick Creek Road are asked to boil their water for the next 24 hours before drinking. Obviously this cold weather is causing a few problems with the water system and crews are working hard to restore and maintain service. If you have any questions, please call Town Hall at 532-4601. This notice expires at noon on 1/4/2018. 

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