Cayce Councilman Skip Jenkins

Hudson Automotive donates electric bikes to help Cayce Police Department on patrol

The Cayce Police Department announced a new partnership with Jim Hudson Automotive Group that brings an electric bike patrol to the Cayce Riverwalk. The three bikes donated by Hudson can reach speeds up to 28 mph and last 45 miles in a charge. “They are quiet and will allow for quick deployment,” said Cowan at […]

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Cayce’s Mayor Pro Tem Selected as Vice President of the Lexington County Municipal Association

From Ashley Hunter – Cayce City Councilman and Mayor Pro Tem, James “Skip” Jenkins, was recently selected by the Lexington County Municipal Association (LCMA) as their new Vice President. Jenkins was born and raised in Cayce and is the longest-serving member of Cayce City Council. LCMA exists to bring together representatives from the fourteen municipalities in Lexington […]

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Retiring Cayce Public Safety Director Byron Snellgrove honored at C-WC Chamber Breakfast, Tuesday

Retiring Cayce Department of Public Safety Director Byron Snellgrove was honored at the Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Tuesday. Snellgrove received a resolution for his dedicated service to the City of Cayce.  He is retiring after more than 35 years in law enforcement.

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Cayce holds Block Party, Saturday

The Cayce – West Columbia Block Party was held Saturday. It celebrated the Julius Felder Community at James Street.It was attended by members of the community along with Dog West, Cayce Department of Public Safety officers, Cayce Mayor Elise Partin Mayor Pro Tem James “Skip” Jenkins. Those who donated: Neek Brown with Outside Occasions, Chuck […]

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