Norman says the October flooding means road and bridge funding will go to 29 counties instead of being concentrated in ten as it has been in the past.
Kay Carter is the Executive Director of the Second Harvest Food Bank of the Metrolinas.
Kiel and Douglas discuss covering 2016 presidential campaigns and Friday’s Democratic presidential forum at Winthrop University.
Watts says his department would benefit greatly from an eastern York County justice center that was not in the recently-approved bond referendum.
Bell provides updates on the Riverwalk YMCA, which is nearly completed, and the Clover-Lake Wylie YMCA, which is scheduled to be finished by August 2016.
Shanahan discusses the next steps in the projects that were part of the nearly $90 million bond referendum passed by voters earlier this week.
Armstrong previews the non-profit organization’s upcoming 30th anniversary celebration.