Have Your Say on How Caughman Pond/Pinewood Lake Should Look!
Come Out to a Meet and Greet On Saturday, March 23, 2013
District 11 State of the County Address Thursday, March 14, 2013
Lower Richland Master Plan
A master plan for the Lower Richland area is currently underway. You are invited to be a part of the plan. Let us know what makes Lower Richland a great place to live, work and visit.
You can participate and learn more at
Just click, “Get Started Now” and then enter your email address and zip code for the Lower Richland area.
Free Spay/Neuter Surgeries for Dogs & Cats
Tenth Annual SwampFest - October 5 & 6, 2012
Councilman Jackson Hosts District #11 Town Hall Meeting
You're Invited to Garners Ferry Adult Activity Ceter Grounbreaking Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at 10am
Councilman Norman Jackson Addresses the Residents of District #11
You're Invited to National Night Out Tuesday August 2, 2011
Councilman Norman Jackson Hosts Free District 11 Community Celebration Saturday, May 28, 2011
District #11 Councilman Hosts State of the County Address to Residents
Wednesday, November 9th at 6:00pm
Lower Richland High School Auditorium
Richland County Councilman Norman Jackson cordially inviting the residents of Lower Richland County to hear a State of the County Address to the residents of Council District Eleven.
The address will take place on Wednesday, February 9th at 6:00pm in the Lower Richland High School Auditorium, 2615 Lower Richland Boulevard.
For more information, contact the Richland County Clerk’s Office at (803) 576-2060
Richland Councilman Norman Jackson and Columbia Councilwoman Leona Plaugh
Host Joint Educational Meeting on Proposed Transportation Penny Sales Tax
Wednesday, October 13 th
Richland County Councilman Norman Jackson and Columbia City Councilwoman Leona Plaugh invite their constituents to attend an informational meeting regarding the Proposed Transportation Penny Sales Tax.
The meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 13th from 6:00pm-7:00pm at Woodland Park, 6500 Old Knight Parkway. In November, Richland County residents will have the opportunity to vote yes or no for a Proposed Transportation Penny Sales Tax, which will appear on the November 2nd ballot.
This meeting is an opportunity for residents to learn more about proposed projects and the impact this proposal would have on transportation in the Midlands for decades to come. Richland County Councilman Norman Jackson represents Council District #11, while City of Columbia Councilwoman Leona Plaugh represents Columbia residents living in Council District #4.
For more information, contact the Richland County Office of Public Information at (803) 576-2065 or the City of Columbia Department of Public Relations at (803) 545-3020.
Southeast Regional Branch of RCPL Motivates Students with Fresh Start Program
The Southeast Regional Branch of the Richland County Public Library will host a back to school student health an style expo called Fresh Start on Saturday, September 18th from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. The Southeast Regional Branch is located at 7421 Garners Ferry Road. For more information, call 776-0855.
First Annual Summer Celebration of Water Festival a Huge Success
Lower Richland Community Celebrates National Night Out
Fun, Games, and Information for the Entire Family!
Tuesday, August 3rd
Lower Richland High School
Summer 2010 Transportation Program Opportunities
For 9th Graders Through College Seniors
Lower Richland Community Hosts
Census 2010 “March to Mailbox” Event
Saturday, April 10th
Members of the Lower Richland Community are inviting residents to get in step with them during their
Census 2010 “March to Mailbox” event on Saturday, April 10th from 12pm -2pm at Eastover Park.
The FREE event is family friendly and features food, fun and entertainment.
“March to the Mailbox” is apart of a 2010 Census national campaign taking place in 6,000 low responding communities all over the Country. The national event is designed to encourage residents to mail back their 2010 Census Forms, and be counted.
For more information about the Lower Richland “March to the Mailbox” event contact 2010 Census Partnership Specialist Doris Jones at 803-354-8177.
Free Self-Defense Course!
Saturday March 27th 9AM-1PM
Lower Richland Youth Development hosting “Family Health and Nutrition Fair”
The South Carolina National Guard will host Air Ground Expo ‘09
Norman Jackson Hosted Town Hall Meeting for District #11 Residents
Residents Gain Insight on Taxes and Fire Issues
On Thursday, April 16th in the auditorium of Lower Richland High School, Richland County Councilman Norman Jackson hosted a Town Hall style meeting for residents of Council District #11. More than fifty residents turned out to learn about taxes, tax calculations and reassessment. The Richland County Auditor, Treasurer and Assessor made presentations, as well as the City of Columbia Fire Chief, who discussed consolidation efforts at the Atlas Road Station. Residents also heard from State Representatives Jimmy Bales and Joseph Neal. In addition, a representative for Senator Darrell Jackson attended.
Good, educational information was presented and residents left with a much keener sense of budget and tax issues.
Councilman Norman Jackson Reschedules District #11 Transportation Meeting
Richland County Councilman Norman Jackson is inviting District #11 residents to come out and learn about the county’s latest proposal to fund bus service in the Midlands.
The Council is scheduled to take a second vote on the proposal, which includes reducing the hospitality tax by half and adding a $10 road maintenance fee on cars. The
community transportation meeting has been re-scheduled for Thursday, March 12 at 6pm in the cafeteria of Annie Burnside Elementary , 7300 Patterson Road. For more
information call 576-2065
District 11 Spring 2009 Newsletter
Lower Richland Girls Basketball Team Honored at County Council Meeting
Richland County Council honored the Lower Richland Lady Diamonds Basketball Team for their 2008 State Championship during a council meeting on Tuesday, May 20, 2008.
Richland County Council Members Toured Carolina Bay
On Wednesday, April 9th at noon Richland County Council members Norman Jackson and Bernice Scott toured the Carolina Bay in Hopkins, which is being viewed as a possible site to secure and protect from development.
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View the 2008 Southeast Region Report
Two Richland County Teens Help Save Lives in Apartment Fire
Richland County Council presented resolutions to ADRIANA A. CREECH and MIESHA PARIS WALTON for their acts of heroism in helping alert
residents of a fire at the Georgetown/Elmtree Apartments during the early morning hours of Monday, June 25, 2007. The young ladies are 2007 graduates of Lower Richland
High School and their efforts help over 20 citizens escape the inferno that destroyed their homes. Councilman Norman Jackson, District 11, is hoping that community
members will follow in these young ladies footsteps and help the families displaced by donating goods.
For more information and to make donations contact the Richland County Clerk’s Office at 576-2060.
Councilman Norman Jackson lends assistance to District #11 Fire Victims
On Saturday, June 30th Richland County Councilman Norman Jackson of Council District #11 along with several community volunteers
served breakfast and distributed Wal-Mart gift cards to residents displaced by the fatal fire at Elmtree-Georgetown Square Apartments.
You will recall that on Monday, June 25th, more than twenty citizens were displaced and lost their belongings due to the devastating and fatal fire.
Councilman Jackson hopes that this community effort shall assist in placing residents on the road to recovery.
For more information and donations contact the apartment office at 803-783-1106 or the Richland County Clerk’s office at 803-576-2060.
A Message from Development and Services Committee Chairman Councilman Norman Jackson, District 11- September 22,2008
The Richland County Development and Services Committee will meet Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 5 pm in County Council Chambers
(2020 Hampton St.)
Councilman Norman Jackson, committee chair, will be addressing alternate paving of all Dirt Roads. His proposal could pave 200+
(536 dirt roads) miles of dirt road in 5 years instead of 150 years. The great part is that it would not raise taxes. After a
four year study recommended by Mr. Jackson, the results show that the Road Maintenance Fee and the County Transportation
Committee Funds could fund the program. The roads would have a minimum of 15 years before resurfacing and would cost less to
maintain. The alternative pavement section is designed in accordance with AASHTO and the materials used meet DOT standards.
The roads would look no different from other roads and will last longer than most traditional roads now approved by the County.
Some roads now are resurfaced in less than three years.