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.
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 9:22:00 AM
Due to a water line break, residents ONLY along Mill Street, Rabun Street, and Rikard Street should boil their water for the next 24 hours before drinking. Water service may be limited or off over the next few hours while crews complete repairs. If you have any questions, please call Town Hall at 532-4601. This notice expires at noon on 1/4/2018.
Thursday, December 28, 2017 4:16:00 PM
Please remember to use fireworks responsibly and safely. Town ordinance (sec. 9-2-4) states that residents can only discharge fireworks between the hours of 10am on 12/31 and 1am 1/1. To report a violation, please call BLPD at 532-4408.
Thursday, December 28, 2017 4:15:00 PM
Town Hall will be closed on Monday, January 1st for New Year's Day. We will reopen at 8am on Tuesday, January 2nd.
Thursday, December 21, 2017 8:37:00 AM
Due to a water line break on South Pine Street, all residents between Edisto Street and Etheridge Street are asked to boil their water for next 24 hours before drinking. This advisory is set to expire on 12/22/2017.
If you have any questions, please call Town Hall at 532 4601.
Monday, December 18, 2017 2:03:00 PM
The Town of Batesburg-Leesville Town Hall will be closed on Friday, December 22nd through Tuesday, December 26h in observance of Christmas. Town Hall will open again on Wednesday, December 27th at 8am. Town Hall will also be closed on Monday, January 1, 2018 in observance of New Year's Day.
In addition, staff have been busy identifying the hours of operation for many of the communities stores, restaurants, and grocery outlets. Those opening and closures are below.
Friday, December 1, 2017 3:53:00 PM
The Batesburg-Leesville Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Batesburg-Leesville are proud to announce this year’s Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting ceremony will be held on Sunday, December 10th starting at 5:30pm. Peace on Earth has been selected as the theme for this year’s event.
“With so much strife and conflict going on in the world,” said Chamber President Mike Taylor, “we should all strive for Peace on Earth and in our community.”
The parade will begin on Columbia Ave (HWY 1) at Bojangles and continue towards Main Street in the Leesville Historic District. From there illuminated floats, marchers, and other parade entries will make their way to College Park. The Ministerial Alliance, a group comprised of pastors from Batesburg-Leesville and the surrounding area, will serve as Grand Marshall.
Following the parade, hot chocolate, cookies, and caroling will take place in Leesville College Park. CCPAC Dance and Batesburg-Leesville Elementary School Honors Choir will perform on stage. Santa with Mrs. Claus will also be on hand for pictures.
To close the evening, Mayor Lancer Shull will light the Town Christmas Tree and lead those attending in a candle light rendition of Let There Be Peace on Earth.
“This year’s event is going to be great,” said Mayor Shull. “We are expecting a huge turnout and hope everyone will help us celebrate this holiday season.”
For more information or to participate in the parade, please contact Mike Taylor at the Batesburg-Leesville Chamber of Commerce (803) 532-4339 or email@example.com.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017 4:03:00 PM
Crews have been busy placing “Keep Batesburg-Leesville Clean and Proud” signs up throughout Town in an effort to remind residents and visitors to keep our community beautiful.
As part of this year’s PalmettoPride grant, fifteen signs have been placed at Town parks and on entrance signs. Council Member Steve Cain brought the idea of installing signs to the Town Manager months ago to remind people of the importance of recycling and litter control throughout our community.
“Council Member Cain had a great idea to build on the progress made over the last three years by installing signs to promote opportunities for residents and visitors to recycle and reduce litter,” said Ted Luckadoo, Town Manager. “In the past, we focused on putting in place the bins needed to reduce litter and make recycling more accessible, now we begin focusing on changing habits.”
Mayor Lancer Shull added, “the Town has been laying a foundation over the last few years by accessing grant funds to provide the resources we need.” He noted, “publicly and privately, efforts have been made by individuals and groups to combat litter issues and blight, and it’s beginning to work.”
The Town will continue to apply for grants and seek opportunities to encourage residents and businesses to recycle, control litter, and reduce blight.
Saturday, November 11, 2017 9:53:00 AM
Lexington County met Friday, November 10th to certify the election results. Those taking the oath of office on Monday night will include:
Mayor - Lancer Shull
District 1 - Linda DeLoach
District 2 - Vacant (a Runoff will occur on Tuesday, 11/21/17 between Olin Gambrell and Tripp Williamson)
District 3 - Steve Cain
District 5 - Shirley E. Mitchell
District 6 - Jim Mitchell
District 7 - Jason Prouse
District 8 - Magen Hallman
The new Mayor and Members will join Council Member Charles Simpkins from District 4 Monday night.
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 9:28:00 AM
These are the unofficial results for Election Day 2017. The results will be certified Thursday, November 9th.
Lancer Shull - 497 (winner)
Charles Simpkins - 423
Olin Gambrell - 85 (Runoff 11/21/17)
Tripp Williamson - 59 (Runoff 11/21/17)
Tom Mims - 49
Steve Cain - 60 (winner)
Gale Gibson - 53
Shirly Mitchell - 58 (winner)
Bob Penick - 38
Jim Mitchell - 65 (winner)
Tillman Gives - 51
Jason Prouse - 63 (winner)
Nicholas Hallman - 35
Megan Hallman - 86 (winner)
Also joining will be Linda DeLoach in District 1, along with Charles Simpkins in District 4.