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Town Council Referendum - May 24th

The Town of Batesburg-Leesville Referendum Election will be held on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. 

The Referendum asks: "Shall the number of council members in the Town of Batesburg-Leesville be reduced from the current eight (8) seats to six (6)? 

(Yes- In favor of the question)

(No - If opposed to the question)

Click here to view Public Notice of Referendum 

Click here to view Updated Saluda County Voting Precincts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2021 Utilities Department's Consumer Confidence Report

Click the above link to review the 2021 CCR.

 

Town to Partner with Joint Municipal Water and Sewer Commission

The Batesburg-Leesville Town Council voted 7-1 at the February 14, 2022 council meeting to enter into a contract with Joint Municipal Water and Sewer Commission on a long term contract that will secure safe, reliable water to the town's water customers for decades to come.  Council also voted to hire Hazen and Sawyer to beginning preliminary engineering and design work along with surveying.  To learn more please read the press release regarding this historic agreement.  Joint Press Release

 

Message From The Mayor

Welcome to Batesburg-Leesville! 

The economic and emotional impact of the pandemic and crisis in the Ukraine is currently being felt by all of us.  May we continue to look out for one another in our community who may be in need.  

In B-L we have two unique historic downtown business districts which are anchored by small businesses as well as a growing “mid-section” which are providing an additional economic foundation to our managed growth.  This Spring, please come and enjoy a visit for BBQ, a crafted coffee, and treasure shopping!

Shown to left is Mayor Shull with Batesburg-Leesville native and South Carolina State Senator Katrina Shealy.

 

 

Fats, Oils and Grease Ordinance Proposals

The Batesburg-Leesville Town Council is considering implementation of a FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease) Program dealing with commercial food preparation.  Letters have been sent to local restaurant owners regarding this potential ordinance.  Please see the links below for PDF documents with the Draft ordinance and program.

DRAFT Fats Oils and Grease Ordinance

DRAFT Fats Oils and Grease Program