Below are links to the websites of the primary groups on each side of the incorporation issue, as well as documents that have been circulating around the community from various sources. New items are being added as received, so the quantity of information on each side of the issue may vary at any given time.
- YES FOR INDIAN LAND (http://yes4il.com/)
- VOTERS FOR A TOWN OF INDIAN LAND/VTOIL (townofindianland.org)
- TOWN OF INDIAN LAND INCORPORATION INTEREST GROUP (RESIDENTS MUST GO TO SCCL WEBSITE TO ACCESS THIS GROUP) (http://www.oursccl.com)
- YES FACTS BY YES4IL
- NO TOIL/NO TOWN OF INDIAN LAND (http://notownofindianland.org/)
- RESIDENTS OPPOSED TO INDIAN LAND INCORPORATION INTEREST GROUP (RESIDENTS MUST GO TO SCCL WEBSITE TO ACCESS THIS GROUP) (http://www.oursccl.com)
- LETTER FROM COUNCILMAN BRIAN CARNES
- DOCUMENT BY SCCL RESIDENT BARBARA SCARNELL
- DOCUMENT BY SCCL NO TO IL INTEREST GROUP
- NO FACTS BY CITIZENS AGAINST INDIAN LAND
- ARTICLE BY SHERIFF FAIL
The Carolina Gateway newspaper began a series today which compares the "pro" and "con" on various incorporation issues. Today's topic was "How would incorporation affect law enforcement?"
If you do not receive Carolina Gateway (delivered on Wednesdays), I believe that you can view a limited number of pages online each month without having to purchase an online subscription. http://www.carolinagatewayonline.com
You might also want to contact the paper for a print subsciption.
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The following voting information comes from an article in the January 31 issue of the FORT MILL TIMES:
Voters need to be registered for the March 27th Indian Land incorporation vote a month prior to the vote (February 27th).
Voting will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., "with other details mirroring typical elections in the county."
According to Lancaster County Board of Elections director Mary Ann Hudson, they plan to have absentee voting open by February 26th.