Sat Jun 19, 2021

Lake board approves budget, begins investigating drainage regulation

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Cruise for a Cause committee members present $508 to Lake Waccamaw's police department. The annual event also raised $3,354 to fight breast cancer this year and gathered more than $500 worth of food for the town's food bank, said chair Mitch Simmons, shown center with Police Chief Scott Hyatt.

The Lake Waccamaw Town Council Tuesday night unanimously approved a balanced $3,118,762 budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1. Twenty-seven town residents attended in person at Town Hall, and the meeting was available for online viewing. No members of the public made any comments about the budget or other agenda items

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