Penny-Pinching Cripples Dam Safety in South Carolina

Tree limbs, broken medical equipment, crumbling walls and ankle-deep muck greeted Nori Warren the day she walked into her storm-battered veterinary clinic after the worst flood Columbia had experienced in decades.  Upstream dams had broken, adding millions of gallons of water to the already rain-choked Gills Creek system. Warren’s business, Four Paws Animal Clinic, sustained about $600,000 in flood damage that her insurance won’t cover.    Read the article…………….


Related Articles

Lake Elizabeth homeowners worried neighborhood may remain in shambles after flood

The homeowner’s association says their engineers project it will cost at least 500-thousand dollars to repair the dam, money they

POAs: Legislation to improve disclosure picks up support (SC)

After years spent fending off legislation that property owners groups called “punitive,” the associations are ready to back a bill

S.C. grapples with HOA complaints

Neighborhood Nazi. Condo Commando. Bullies. The dictatorship.  Those were some of the terms property owners and officials used to describe