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Mauldin in the Media: News Roundup for July 7, 2023

By July 7, 2023July 21st, 2023No Comments

Check out recent media coverage of the City of Mauldin, including stories on the FY2024 budget, a pedestrian bridge nearing completion, and a suspicious package found outside Publix:

Here’s how Mauldin will use $1.5 million in SC funding for city improvements | Greenville News | Read More

The City of Mauldin will be receiving $1.5 million for improvements to City infrastructure and facilities from the Fiscal Year 2024 South Carolina state budget. The budget will include $1 million for sidewalk safety improvements, $250,000 for the Mauldin Fire Department and the $250,000 for the Ray W. Hopkins Senior Center…continue reading.

Bridge connecting Mauldin to Swamp Rabbit Trail nearly complete | WSPA 7NEWS | Read More

In Mauldin off I-385 between East Butler and Bridges Road construction of a new bridge is almost complete. The bridge crosses six lanes of traffic and will connect the Swamp Rabbit Trail to Mauldin…continue reading.

Mauldin Publix reopens after officers investigate suspicious package | Fox Carolina | Read More

The Mauldin Police Department said the Publix along W Butler Road in Mauldin is back open after officers investigated a suspicious package found nearby. Officers said they responded to the area after someone reported the package at around 9:32 a.m…continue reading.

Publix, Chipotle, Starbucks in Mauldin, South Carolina, evacuated Saturday because of a suspicious package, police say | WYFF | Read More

Publix, Chipotle and Starbucks in Mauldin, South Carolina, were evacuated Saturday because of a suspicious package. At 9:32 a.m., the Mauldin Police Department received a call reporting a suspicious package outside Publix at 111 W. Butler Rd…continue reading.

Mauldin City Council approves $38.1 million budget | WSPA 7NEWS | Read More

Mauldin City Council has approved a new budget of $38.1 million. The city claims the budget will help support residents with safety, infrastructure, and other community improvements.

The city’s budget includes $1.2 million for police, more than $400,000 dollars for fire, over $400,000 dollars for road improvements and over $300,000 dollars for other security and safety improvements at the Mauldin Cultural Center and Grounds…continue reading.