Joe Taylor

Construction begins on the last phase of St. Anns Alley homes in River District

The final phase of construction on West Columbia’s St. Anns Alley has begun. St. Anns Alley is an urban, in-town community of 34 single-family homes being built in the West Columbia River District. Phase III of St. Anns Alley will include 11 houses. Work has started on five of the final phase of the homes. […]

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West Columbia ‘Icons and Phenoms’ recognized by West Columbia City Council

West Columbia Mayor Tem Miles and City Council recognized the Columbia Regional Business Report 2021 Icons and Phenoms who live or work in West Columbia at the West Columbia City Council Meeting, Tuesday. Pictured from left to right: Miles, Oliver Gospel Mission Executive Director Travis McNeal, Park and Washington Owner Joe Taylor, Managing Partner of […]

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First live-work unit planned for West Columbia’s St Anns Alley

From Grant Jackson, GrantJax Communications – Would you like to live and work in your own home in the heart of the booming West Columbia River District? Spring Street Partners is planning West Columbia’s first live-work unit at 509 Center St. as part of St Anns Alley (www.stannsalley.com), an in-town community of quality, single-family homes […]

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Phase I of St. Anns Alley has sold, update on West Columbia urban neighborhood

From Grant Jackson, GrantJax Communications – Looking to own a home in a walkable, urban neighborhood with proximity to great restaurants, entertainment, shopping, outdoor recreation and community activities? Spring Street Partners announce Phase II of St Anns Alley (www.stannsalley.com), an in-town community of quality, single-family homes bounded by Center, Spring, Herman and Augusta streets in […]

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Joe Taylor, former SC Commerce Secretary, to run for Columbia City Council

Former South Carolina Secretary of Commerce Joe Taylor announced Wednesday he is running for Columbia City Council. Taylor is running for the District Four seat, that is currently held by Daniel Rickenmann. Rickenmann is running for Columbia mayor. Current Columbia Mayor Steve Benjamin is not running for reelection. Taylor’s office is in West Columbia in […]

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Daylight Saving begins Sunday – adjust your West Columbia breakfast schedule

Daylight saving time begins again in West Columbia, and most of the nation, this weekend. It begins at 2 a.m. Sunday. Set your clocks an hour ahead. Many people do that before they go to bed Saturday night, to avoid being late for Sunday morning plans. With the annual change, the hours of sunlight will […]

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