2018-10-05 / News

Council approves honorary naming of streets


The McBride Family receive a resolution approving the honorary naming of the 1600, 1700, 1800, and 1900 blocks of McFadden Street, between Barnhamville and Two Notch Roads, as “McBride Family Way.” The McBride Family receive a resolution approving the honorary naming of the 1600, 1700, 1800, and 1900 blocks of McFadden Street, between Barnhamville and Two Notch Roads, as “McBride Family Way.” Columbia City Council held its monthly meeting Tuesday, October 6.

Council approved the issuance of Public Finance Authority’s issuance by the Public Finance Authority of not to exceed $15,500,0000 in public finance authority multifamily housing revenue bonds. The public hearing for the bonds was held August 14.

Another resolution approved authorized the city manager to accept a quitclaim deed from Santee Saluda LLC for the transfer of Parcel C containing approximately .03 acres located on the southern side of Blossom Street and Santee Avenue and to authorize the city manager to execute documents to consummate the transfer. Council approved a resolution authorizing the city attorney’s office to institute a civil action in the Richland County Court of Common Pleas against Richland County seeking determination as to the responsibility of stormwater maintenance lines on private property wherein the county has an easement, but the property is located within the municipal limits.


Residents of the MLK Neighborhood receive a resolution approving the honorary naming of the 2100, 2200, and 2300 blocks of Greene Street, between Harden and Heidt Street as “Joy Holman Way.” Residents of the MLK Neighborhood receive a resolution approving the honorary naming of the 2100, 2200, and 2300 blocks of Greene Street, between Harden and Heidt Street as “Joy Holman Way.” Council approved the second reading of a zoning map amendment for 2519, 2521, and 2523 Read Street.



Mimi Draft and Sara Barber receive a proclamation from Mayor Steve Benjamin proclaiming October 2018 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Mimi Draft and Sara Barber receive a proclamation from Mayor Steve Benjamin proclaiming October 2018 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Krista Hampton and John Fellows receive a proclamation from Mayor Steve Benjamin proclaiming October 2018 as National Community Planning Month. Krista Hampton and John Fellows receive a proclamation from Mayor Steve Benjamin proclaiming October 2018 as National Community Planning Month.

DeAnna Bookert and Zenethia Brown receive a proclamation from Mayor Steve Benjamin proclaiming October 7-13 as Mental Illness Awareness Week. DeAnna Bookert and Zenethia Brown receive a proclamation from Mayor Steve Benjamin proclaiming October 7-13 as Mental Illness Awareness Week.

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