Cayce Mayor Elise Partin

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 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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Cayce Historical Museum Opening African American Legends of Cayce Exhibit

From Ashley Hunter, Cayce Public Information Officer – The Cayce Historical Museum is excited to announce the first permanent exhibit dedicated to African Americans from the Cayce area: The African American Legends of Cayce Exhibit. The exhibit will highlight contemporary and 20th Century African American “Legends” from the Cayce area. Many pieces of the exhibit have been donated, or are […]

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City of Cayce receives distinguished budget presentation award

On January 2, at the first Cayce City Council meeting of 2024, the City of Cayce received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for Fiscal Year 2023- 2024 and the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Award for Fiscal Year 2021-2022. Both awards were from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA.) Staff from the City’s […]

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Cayce Mayor Elise Partin sworn-in, with Councilmen Phil Carter, Byron Thomas; Tim James elected Mayor Pro-Tem

Surrounded by family, friends and loved ones, Cayce Mayor Elise Partin, Councilman Phil Carter, and newly elected Councilman Byron Thomas were officially sworn into office at the Cayce City Council meeting, Wednesday. Partin and Carter were re-elected Nov. 7. Thomas is a newcomer to Cayce City Council. He was also elected Nov. 7, replacing longtime […]

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Cayce Mayor Elise Partin, Councilman Phil Carter reelected, Byron Thomas defeats James “Skip” Jenkins for city council seat

Cayce Mayor Elise Partin has won reelection as Cayce’s mayor, defeating challenger Abbott “Tre” Bray. Challenger Byron Thomas had 115 votes, incumbent James “Skip” Jenkins had 110 and Marie Brown had for the Dist. 2 Council Seat. Cayce Dist. 4 Councilman Phil Carter was reelected, defeating Melvin Fields and Marcy Hayden. Pictured: Thomas, Partin, Carter

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Ribbon is cut on the Human Resources Department and Solutions for Living at Home of the Still Hopes Episcopal Retirement Community

The new Human Resources Department and Solutions for Living at Home of the Still Hopes Episcopal Retirement Community cut the ribbon at 700 Knox-Abbott Drive in Cayce, Thursday. The Greater Cayce-West Columbia Chamber sponsored the ribbon-cutting at the latest campus for Still Hopes.Chamber President and CEO Tim James proclaimed it “Still Hopes Day.” Cayce Mayor […]

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Cayce Mayor and 2 City Council members facing opposition in Nov. 7 election

Cayce Mayor Elise Partin is facing opposition in the Nov. 7, general election. Abbott Bray filed to run against Partin. Filing ended at noon Wednesday in the non-partisan election. Also facing opposition is Dist. 2 James Skip Jenkins. Marie Brown and Byron Thomas are running against Jenkins. In the Dist. 4 race Councilman Phil Carter […]

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