One of 99%!
IF the bars have to provide that service in conjunction with the officers, then I'm all for it. A bit of shared responsibility between the city and the "Late Night Entertainment Establishment" would be a good thing.
I hope the same rules apply for the Spoleto events too?
Sanford had South Carolina fall on the sword because of his refusal to accept federal dollars while he was a Gov (Federal stimulus money to keep teachers and emergency responders employed) and a Representative (returned millions of road paving funds when SC had the highest % of unpaved roads in the nation). We are a poor state that needs infrastructure and teachers funded. I could care less about his personal life, I'm more concerned for South Carolina.
PROUD to have seen her a few times (but never enough) here local and even prouder of the fantastic job they did on national TV. Take note folks, these kids are destined for greatness!
No coolers larger than 12"x24" per person, (six pack size), recycle bins, bike/motorized patrols of officers/volunteers, wristbands, noise ordinance, zero tolerance for public drunk/drugs/violence/underage drinking...It's still safe to have a good time, but rules MUST be established and enforced.
So an elected official, representing you and me in Columbia, says the General Assembly doesn't mean that much to him and his give-a-damn meter is busted? REALLY? Do NOT run for re-election then you turd. Don't worry, there WILL be another to fill your worthless shoes and maybe they might give a damn. SHAME on the General Assembly, for not at the VERY LEAST, censuring him for those statements. Apparently there are MANY turds up there that need to be flushed.
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