Savings coming on mall sewer, sidewalk projects, too
By Steve Doyle
Thursday, July 18, 2013 at 3:00 pm
SIMPSONVILLE – If you are a resident of this city, take heart: Your city coffers are in good shape as a new fiscal year gets under way.
The Simpsonville City Commission on Wednesday passed on first reading a budget amendment for fiscal 2012-13 that shows the city performed better than expected and, despite spending significantly on public works projects and adding a new department, will finish with more than $1 million in the bank.
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