Cayce Councilman Tim James

Retired Cayce Police Chief A.G. Dantzler receives the Key to the City at the Cayce City Council meeting

Retired Cayce Police Chief A.G. Dantzler received the Key to the City at the Cayce City Council meeting, Wednesday. Cayce Mayor Elise Partin presented the Key to the City to Dantzler in a ceremony attended by Sen. Nikki Setzler and Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon. Cayce Mayor Pro-Tem Tim James, in a prepared statement, paid […]

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Cayce City Council takes step that could lead to the construction of 12 new houses on Lexington Avenue lot, near the vacant Cayce Grammar School

Cayce City Council has voted to sell a portion of a lot the city owns on Lexington Avenue. The property is at Lexington Avenue and 3rd Street. What is left of the vacant Cayce Grammar School sits on a corner of the two-acre property. A company called Cypress Commercial and Investment Real Estate wants to build […]

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Cayce City Council passes Hate Crime Ordinance

Cayce City Council, at its meeting Tuesday, became the first municipality in Lexington County to implement a Hate Crime Ordinance. Councilman Byron Thomas was instrumental the passing of the ordinance. Mayor Pro Tem Tim James said: “having an important law as this within our Ordinances reassures our community that we support all citizens; additionally it […]

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Cayce City Council members say there was no ill-will in action to remove mayor from appointments, after public speakers voice opposition and suggest ulterior motives

During the City of Cayce’s March 20, Council meeting, the council reappointed different members to three external commissions, in place of Mayor Elise Partin. She once held a seat on the Lexington County Joint Municipal Water and Sewer Commission; the River Alliance Committee; and the Central Midlands Council of Governments. Partin was not at the […]

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