Editor: I would like to commend Sen. Lindsey Graham on his leadership in developing legislation (S.4324, Restoring Critical Supply Chains and Intellectual Property Act) to “facilitate the availability, development, and production of domestic resources to meet national personal protective equipment and material needs, and ensure American leadership in advanced research and development and semiconductor manufacturing.”
Editor: A letter writer recently wrote that “Graham in for a fight.” I sincerely hope so.
Willie: Very good work by (Josh) Roberts on the Walhalla City Council issue over transparency.
We hope you’ve been following along with our series of local business stories tied into our Neighbors Helping Neighbors program.
I saw a photo on the internet of Muslim women in burqas and some words about how the coronavirus was widespread in Saudi Arabia and other countries where women wear these coverings.
About three years ago, my wife and I purchased a condominium at Loran Pointe in the Seneca city limits. We finally saved up enough money to purchase our dream vacation home on Lake Keowee.
Willie: Well Westminster’s Mayor Ramey is at it again.
Editor: Using taxpayer dollars to purchase goods and services for the public’s interest ideally achieves the best result for the fewest dollars spent.