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Important Election 2020 Information

Due to the impact of Covid-19 efforts have been made to improve the safety of voters and poll workers at the November 3rd election.  Due to the small election precinct buildings in Batesburg-Leesville changes are as follows:

Batesburg Precinct: Batesburg-Leesville Leisure Center, 227 Highland Avenue - moved to gymnasium from auxiliary room

Leesville Precinct: Leesville United Methodist Church, 510 East Columbia Avenue - moved from Leesville College Park cafeteria building

 

Early Voting

In-Person Absentee at Batesburg-Leesville Town Hall, 120 West Church Street Suite B

Monday October 19th  Noon-5pm

Tuesday October 20th 8am – 5pm

Wednesday October 21st 8am-5pm

  • Open to ALL Lexington County Residents
  • Must have the required Voter Picture ID to be able to vote.
  • Any voter registration updates must be completed at the Lexington Main Office
  • Absentee paper ballots must be returned in to the Lexington Main Office. 

 

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 or the Coronavirus has taken over headlines in the last few weeks.  The Town of Batesburg-Leesville encourages everyone to educate themselves and to protect themselves and loved ones from the impact of this deadly virus.  For you information we are compiling various sources of official information from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), South Carolina DHEC (Department of Health and Environmental Control) as well as local information.  While the lobby of the Batesburg-Leesville is closed to non-staff we are working and encourage anyone with questions or concerns to please contact us at 803-532-4601.  

Governor McMaster's Press Conference July 29, 2020

This afternoon in an effort to slow the virus spread, Governor Henry McMaster announced a new order that requires face mask in some public spaces. The places specifically stated that will now require a mask are restaurant and government buildings. The order also reopens movie theatres, arenas, and stadiums and the mask requirement and other occupancy restrictions will be applied to these venues. Additionally, there are additional restrictions that have been applied to restaurants, bars, and other type venues that have mass gatherings.

Let’s be safe and treat each other with kindness.

  • Wash your hands
  • Socially distance
  • Wear a mask where required and when in populated spaces
  • Stay home if you are immune compromised

Governor's Press Release 7-29-2020 7-29-20

LOCAL INFORMATION AND SOURCES

COVID-19 Emergency Ordinance #2020-02 - 4-6-20

April 6, 2020 Emergency Meeting Video - 4-6-20

March 19, 2020 Emergency Council Meeting Video - 3/19/2020

Press Release - COVID-19 State of Emergency - issued 3/19/2020

Mayor Proclamation Declaring a State of Emergency - signed 3/19/2020

COVID-19 Emergency Ordinance #2020-01 - implemented 3/19/2020

COVID-19 Impact on Town Services and Events - Memo from Town Manager - issued 3/16/2020

Lexington School District 3 Feeding Program Information - 3/21/2020

Lexington County Website

Saluda County Website

 

STATE INFORMATION AND SOURCES

SC DHEC COVID-19 Testing Facilities - 5/6/20

South Carolina Governor - Executive Orders - 4/1/20

SC Department of Commerce - 4-6-20

SC Department of Agriculture - (COVID-19 information) - 4-2-20

SC Department of Motor Vehicles - 4-9-20

SC Department of Employment and Workforce - (File for unemployment) 3/27/20

South Carolina Department of Education - Feeding Program Sites - 3/30/2020

South Carolina Emergency Management Division SCEMD -  SCEMD tracking

SC DHEC    DHEC Tracking by County   Testing and SC Data  

 

FEDERAL INFORMATION AND SOURCES

US Small Business Administration - (Disaster Loan Information) 4-1-20

CNN Article regarding Small Business Loans - 4/2/20 

US Department of the Treasury (Cares Act) - 4/1/20

Benefits.gov - 3/31/20

IRS - Coronavirus - Information on Tax Deadline and Stimulus - 3/27/20

Coronavirus.gov - 3/23/2020

CDC 

HEALTH CARE SOURCES

WHO Myth Busters - 3/30/2020 

Lexington Medical CenterWorld Health Organization - 3/27/20 

PRISMA Health Virtual Visit

MUSC

 

Message From The Mayor

A special note about COVID-19:

These are crazy times in which we are living in.  I urge everyone to please take extra care during this time.  We must use caution with each other as we will be depending upon each other in order to get through this.  The enemy we face knows no borders, has no affiliations, and does not discriminate.  This is not a B-L issue, or a South Carolina issue, or even a United States issue.  This is a global pandemic and it is up to us to unite in defeating it.  As human beings we must unite in fairness, kindness and courage in order to defeat this.  Be safe.  Reach out for help.  Help a neighbor.  We will come out the other side stronger and more united than ever. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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