Possible training site considered
Council, GCSO discuss use of land currently in airport master plan
Monday, March 24, 2014 12:13 AM
Greenwood County Council is considering a measure that would remove property from the county’s airport master plan and enable it to be used as a training facility for the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office.
Greenwood County Sheriff's Office deputy John Long discusses the possibility of a new training site during last week's county council administration and finance committee meeting.
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The issue was discussed at last week’s county council administration and finance committee meeting. The land that would be removed from the airport master plan is about 100 acres along Old Laurens Road, right next to the county airport.
GCSO officer in charge of professional standards John Long addressed council and said the sheriff's office is in need of land such as is at the airport.
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