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Animal Shelter
PAWS took in 173 animals this week (23 owner surrender, 4 return adoptions, 78 from animal control, 68 strays).
Had 78 animals get adopted, 49 were returned to their owner and 21 were sent to rescue groups.  We had 3 animals die, 11 were euthanized due to illness or aggression and 5 animals were owner requested euthanasia.
Met with staff from Tri County Tech’s Veterinary Technician program to see how we can better work together to help the animals and students of Anderson County.  We look forward to saving even more lives together.
Sent kittens on a daytrip to NHC Healthcare.  The residents loved being able to spend time with the kittens.  We hope to continue this on a regular basis and reach out to more facilities in the county.
The clinic performed 162 spay/neuter surgeries.

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Anderson County Public Works Department reported the following projects:
Building and Codes
• Due to the condition of the existing road and run-off issues, a Stop-Work-Order has been placed on a portion of the Avendell Subdivision until further notice. DHEC has also been contacted to address the overall stormwater compliance. The builder is in correspondence with the Developer to help address these issues

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Anderson County Public Works Department reported the following projects underway during the week of June 7:
Building and Codes
1. Met with Development Standards to review plans submitted for new Single-Family Dwellings located within a PD (Planned Development). Plans were approved and permits to be issued accordingly
2. PERMITS SUBMITTED: 36 New Single-Family Dwelling and 9 Addition-Renovation;8 Detached Garage/Accessory Building; 6 Poultry Houses; 4 Demolition; 7 Swimming Pools; 136 Permits issued for Electrical and HVAC Upgrades which includes 18 Solar Panel Installations; 15 Solar Panel Installation; 10 Commercial Including: Comfort Inn Restaurant Shell, McCullough Mini Warehouse, Beltline Storage Building 1 Addition, Beltline Storage Building 2, Beltline Storage Building 3, Beltline Storage Building 5, Electrical for Entrance Lights to Tree Farm, HVAC Change-out at St. Lukes Catholic Church, Electrical Meter Repair to Flat Rock Presbyterian Church, Commercial Kitchen Hood Installation; 22 Mobile Home including: New Homes, Change of Ownership, moves from other counties, change of location, etc.

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Anderson County Public Works Department reported the following projects underway across Anderson County during the last week of May:
Building and Codes
1. Phase II of our demolition plan is complete. A total of 6 substandard structures were demolished. We continue to make progress on cleaning these properties up within the County
2. Plan Review Staff Meetings: 1) Met with representatives from the Town of Belton to discuss up-fitting the existing Belton Armory Building. Since this building has been used as a multi-function building, only Mechanical plans for the new HVAC system and electrical for new service upgrade will be required to be submitted for review and permitted accordingly

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Anderson County Public Works Department reported teh follwoing projects around Anderson County:
Building and Codes
1. No information at time of report
 
Development Standards
1. MEETINGS HELD:
The Land Use Board of Zoning Appeals met on Thursday April 13, 2017 and approved 15 variances and tabled one variance for 30 days for additional information.
1. UPCOMING MEETINGS:

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Anderson County Public Works Department reported the following projects underway around Anderson County:

Building and Codes
Phase II of our Substandard Housing Demolition Plan has been awarded to Wilma’s Pump & Tank Company. This includes 4 Substandard Structures located at: 1) 103 Cassandra Turn, 2) 124 Oakdale Road, 3) 2926 Chambers Road 4) 3018 South Main Street. We continue to make progress in cleaning up these dilapidated structures thanks to County Council

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The Anderson County Public Works Department reported the following projects underway across Anderson County:
Building and Codes
PERMITS SUBMITTED: 14 New Single-Family Dwelling and 7 Addition-Renovation; 9 Detached Garage/Accessory Building; 2 Poultry Houses; 2 Swimming Pools; 2 Replacement; 2 Demolition; 66 for Electrical and HVAC Upgrades; 9 Commercial Including: New Gas Heater for Existing Commercial Business,

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Anderson County Public Works Department reported the follwoing projects underway across Anderson County:
Building and Codes
Department Manager attended a Community Meeting at Orville Baptist Church to discuss the process of Substandard Housing Enforcement. We also discussed the progress the County has made over the past 3 years demolishing homes within the area and in Anderson County as a whole. The Petition of Complaint for Substandard Housing and our Tall Grass Complaint Forms were handed out for future use.
PERMITS SUBMITTED: 18 New Single-Family Dwelling and 6 Addition-Renovation; 6 Detached Garage/Accessory Building; 1 Swimming Pool; 1 Replacement; 9 Electrical and HVAC Upgrades; 7 Commercial

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Anderson County Public Works Department reported the following projects underway around Anderson County:
Building and Codes
Met with Development Standards to review plans submitted for permitting that’s part of a PD (Panned Development). Plans were approved as submitted
PERMITS SUBMITTED: 22 New Single-Family Dwelling and 5 Addition-Renovation; 2 Detached Garage/Accessory Building; 3 Swimming Pools; 1 Replacement; 22 issued for Electrical and HVAC Upgrades; 10 Commercial Including: Siemag Inc, Anderson Federal Credit Union, 4-Powdersville Professional Park Buildings, ARJWS Oxidation Upgrade, First Quality Subsurface Grounding, First Quality Foundations #5; 16 Mobile Home including: New Homes, Change of Ownership, moves from other counties, change of location, etc.
DRAWINGS SUBMITTED: Auto Zone Store #6789 in Powdersville, Phillips Recoveries Office & Storage Building located off Cherokee Rd in Pelzer and Various resubmittals.

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Anderson County Public Works Department reported the following projects underway across the county:
Building and Codes
Due to State Inspector Registration requirements as outlined by the SC Building Codes Council, we are going to have to replace one of our Building Inspectors. Permitting/Inspections continues to be strong and this leaves us in a position to have to use other staff to off-set this, which in turn may affect other duties. We hope to have a replacement as soon as possible
Met with Development Standards to review plans submitted for permitting that’s part of a PD (Panned Development). Plans were approved as submitted
PERMITS SUBMITTED: 9 New Single-Family Dwelling Issued and 7 Addition-Renovation; 8 Detached Garage/Accessory Building; 1 Swimming Pool; 1 Replacement; 1 Demolition; 56 issued for Electrical and HVAC Upgrades; 7 Commercial Including: Antique Shop/Storage Building, Hope Fellowship bathroom addition and Updating Breakroom; 10 Mobile Home including: New Homes, Change of Ownership, moves from other counties, change of location, etc.
DRAWINGS SUBMITTED: Auto Zone Store # 6789 in Powdersville, Phillips Recoveries Office & Storage Building located off Cherokee Rd in Pelzer and Various resubmittals

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