Current City Council Meeting Agenda
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
City Council Chambers
Agenda for the next meeting will be available on Friday afternoon before the meeting.
There are no notices at this time.
BUSINESS LICENSE RENEWALS
City of Orangeburg Business Licenses expired March 31, 2016. The Licenses are due and payable by 5:00 p.m., Thursday , May 5, 2016. This is a grace period. Postmarks are accepted. Penalties and processing fees will be assessed at current rates which are 10% per month plus $20 collector’s fee after this date.
The City Ordinance states that all businesses must have a City of Orangeburg Business License to conduct business within the City limits whether you have a physical location or not Failure to do so could result in a fine starting at $500.00 or imprisonment not exceeding 30 days. If you are found working in the City without a license, you will be penalized and fined.
The City Ordinance states that any business that moves from one location to another without properly informing the Finance Department will be subject to a penalty. Also, if your business closes, you must also notify us in order to close out your Business License.
All license renewals can and may be subject to income verification through federal or state income tax returns, if necessary. Such requirements must be met before your license can be renewed. Failure to meet the requirements can prevent you from operating your business.
All contractors working in the City Limits must have their business license renewed by March 31 in order for any building permits to be issued to any general contractor or sub-contractor. All licenses expired as of March 31. Please call the Finance Department at (803) 539-3750 if you have any questions concerning business licenses.
City of Orangeburg Municipal Election Schedule
Angel of Hope Bricks
This unique addition to the Edisto Memorial Gardens is dedicated to the memory of children who have passed away, preceding their parents. Orangeburg’s Angel of Hope sculpture is the 100th in existence and the only one located in South Carolina. Staff of the Parks and Recreation worked with local citizens and the Christmas Box Angel organization of Salt Lake City, Utah on the project. This organization evolved as the result of a fictional book by Richard Paul Evans, The Christmas Box. The garden is a place of healing for family and friends while remembering these children.