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Latest News for Conway, SC

Aynor business license violators need to pay up
myhorrynews.com Anyor, SC
July 25, 2014
Aynor business owners whose business licenses aren’t up-to-date may soon be hit with hefty fines. At Monday’s monthly Aynor Town Council meeting, Mayor Keb Johnson said the town is going to start enforcing its business license laws. Window World_Cruise “We have a select few businesses that we are close to threatening to take to the magistrate. Our town code states the town cannot shut down a business, but we can fine them up to $500 per day. We don’t want to do that. The last thing we want to do is hinder a business from making money for their families,” Johnson said. “At the same time, it’s not fair to the businesses that do pay for their licenses.” Johnson did not name the businesses that are operating on expired licenses, but said they know who they are because “we contacted them...  Read More