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JOHNSONVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA

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11-12-2018

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Duke Energy Progress has announced a proposed rate change prior to submitting a request to the Public Service Commission.   The utility company says investments to generate cleaner energy and improve reliability at the heart of request.

The public review process will include opportunities for public comment.


(NOTE: Duke Energy Carolinas in South Carolina, separate from Duke Energy Progress in South Carolina, today made a similar request to change customer rates. Duke Energy Carolinas serves about 591,000 customers in the Upstate region of South Carolina, including Greenwood, Greenville, Spartanburg, Lancaster and York counties. The company has issued a separate news release about the Duke Energy Carolinas request.)


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10-29-2018

E ONE CUSTOM CAB FIRE ENGINE

The asking price is $7,500 for this E One Custom cab fire engine that was manufactured in Oct. 1986.   It’s a ford 8000 chassis with cat engine.

It also features:

  • Automatic transmission with 32,540 miles.
  • Hale 1250 mid mount pump
  • 1000 gal booster tank
  • 2- pre piped cross lays
  • 1-piped front jump line area
  • 1-Front large intake and  2 large side intakes
  • 2- Plumbed booster reels with 1” booster hose
  • Pre piped for deck gun
  • Jet dump
  • Large hose bed on the back for supply hose and larger jump lines
  • Ladder rack and suction hose
  • Large compartment space
  • Electric siren and lighting package
10-3-2018

City of Johnsonville employees from the Waste Water Treatment and Street Departments paid a visit to Kindergarten classes at Johnsonville Elementary School on Tuesday, October 2 and gave the students a chance to see the sanitation truck up close and even sit inside.

 “The kindergarten classes enjoyed the visit by Johnsonville sanitation truck,” said Florence School District Five Superintendent Randy Smiley.  “The students thought it was the biggest truck they had ever seen,” Dr. Smiley continued. 

 According to Smiley, all this week kindergarten classes are being visited by community helpers.  “They are being visited by EMS, the City of Johnsonville, mail delivery, a nurse and the police.  This will help students see all of the helpers in our community that provide services to them and keep them safe.”

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