Whitmire drops a second bill into the hopper

December 18, 2012
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For consideration in the 2013 S.C. General Assembly, Oconee’s Bill Whitmire has pre-filed a second bill, to change the law when it comes to how historic properties mesh with modern-day building codes. A former Walhalla history teacher, Rep. Whitmire seeks to change state law “so as to allow the governing body of a county or municipality to exempt certain historic properties from the application or enforcement of building codes upon the recommendation of the local historic preservation commission.” ¬†Earlier, the District One House member offered a bill to move the date of the official observance of Purple Heart Day.

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