The following letter was sent to Lake and Main unsolicited. With permission of the author, Mr. Charles D. (Dick) Kyzer, it is published here with only formatting changes and website link added. Continue reading “An Open Letter to the Citizens of Lexington From Masonic Lodge #152”
Erin Long Bergeson is a CPA, tax manager and small business owner in Chapin. She has filed to run for the Lexington County Council seat (District 6) being vacated by Council Chairman Johnny Jeffcoat.
Recently, there have been accusations by a fringe group questioning Ms. Long Bergeson’s residency. To be fair to voters and to Ms. Long Bergeson, Lake and Main contacted her for clarification. Continue reading “Candidate Long Bergeson on Residence and Voting”
Lexington County is in the first stages of an economic boom. Commercial and residential real estate properties are moving, the population is growing, more school-age children are filling the schools and the needs to accommodate all this are stacking up. Unfortunately, like the rest of the state, the condition of roads in Lexington are poor; potholes, crumbling shoulders, some not wide enough, many not even paved. Yet cars, trucks and school buses must negotiate these sub-standard thruways because we are ignorant or selfish.
- There was no $50,000 pay increase
- Position and hiring unanimous
- Guilt by association
In previous posts, Lake and Main examined points from a letter sent by a group called People for a Better Lexington to the South Carolina State Ethics Commission. The group is asking for an investigation of Lexington County Council Chairman Johnny Jeffcoat, specifically his employment with the Town of Lexington. Continue reading “Part 3: Group Lies About Jeffcoat Salary”
Jeffcoat’s job was not new
Stambolitis voted for job, Jeffcoat and salary
Jeffcoat responsible for $4.85 million in funds for town projects
UPDATED 27 Feb: See below
A mysterious group that calls itself “The People for a Better Lexington” has sent a letter to the South Carolina State Ethics Commission requesting an investigation of Lexington County Council Chairman Johnny Jeffcoat. Continue reading “Secret Group Calls for Investigation of Lexington County Council Chairman”