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The Texas congressman is scheduled to meet with Davis supporters during a fundraiser Monday in Columbia. Davis is seeking re-election to a second term representing Beaufort County.
Davis endorsed Paul in South Carolina’s first-in-the-South Republican presidential primary Jan. 21.
Traffic will be reduced to one lane on William Hilton Parkway (U.S. 278 Business) at the Village at Wexford and New Orleans Road and Wexford Drive and Shipyard Drive intersections beginning tomorrow night.
The Town of Hilton Head Island will begin closing lanes at 7 p.m. Thursday to allow construction crews to install pavement markings for a new bicycle and pedestrian crosswalk on the parkway.
All lanes will reopen by 7 a.m. Friday, according to the town.
Traffic will be controlled through the work zone via signs, traffic control devices and flagman.
Traffic headed off-island from Sea Pines Circle to New Orleans Road on William Hilton Parkway will be reduced to one lane tomorrow (Friday) morning beginning at 7 a.m.
The outer lane of westbound traffic will close beginning 400 feet south of New Orleans Road, while construction crews lay asphalt for a right-turn lane on William Hilton Parkway at New Orleans Road.
All westbound lanes will reopen at 10:30 a.m., according to the Town of Hilton Head Island.
Traffic will be controlled through the work zone via signs, traffic control devices and flagmen.
Candidates wishing to run for one of four seats on the Hilton Head Public Service District Commission in the Nov. 6 general election must file by noon on Aug. 15.
Voters will elect candidates to two seats in PSD voting district 4 and one seat each in voting districts 3 and 2. Candidates are elected to four-year terms and must live within the district for which they are running. The election is nonpartisan.
Haley used her line-item veto to nix $200,000 from the 2012-13 state budget to help protect the 150-year-old site on Hilton Head Island, believed to be the nation’s first planned community for freed slaves.
The Town of Hilton Head Island is seeking those interested in serving as its representative on the Beaufort-Jasper Water and Sewer Authority board of directors.
Members are nominated by Beaufort County legislators, appointed by the governor and serve a six-year term.
Board meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month.
For more information and an application, visit the town’s website at www.hiltonheadislandsc.gov or call the town clerk at 843-341-4604.
Use the “government” link, then click on “boards, committees, commissions” to fill out an application.