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Town of Turbeville
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The next Town Council Meeting will be held at 6:30pm on Tuesday, August 14, 2018. The Public is encouraged to attend.
The Town Of Turbeville now accepts credit card payments for water bills. You may use the following: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or Debit Card. To make an online payment go to our Utility Payments Portal on this website and go to utility payments.
In the Town of Turbeville for Water or Sewer Emergencies occurring during the hours that the Town Hall Office is closed, please call Dispatch in Manning at 803-435-8877 to report the problem.
Cannon Ag Products, 1475 Olanta Highway, Turbeville, SC is open Monday-Saturday from 8am-6pm. They have the following items: Squash, Cucumbers, Butter Beans (shelled or unshelled), Peas, Peaches, Banana Peppers, Bell Peppers, Jalapenos, Tomatoes, Corn, Watermelons, Cantaloupes, Onions, Asparagus, Boiled Peanuts, Zucchini, Blackberries, and Blueberries.
Registration for school will be on August 2nd
from 8-1, and August 3rd from 1-6.
School begins on August 20th.
Rabies is a virus (Lyssavirus) that can be transmitted when saliva or neural tissue of an infected animal is introduced into the body of a healthy person or animal. It infects cells in the central nervous system, causing disease in the brain and, ultimately, death.
Any mammal has the ability to carry and transmit the disease to humans or pets. Rabies is transmitted when saliva or neural tissue of an infected animal is introduced into the body. Exposure can occur through a bite, scratch or contact with saliva to broken skin or mucous membranes such as the eyes or mouth.
In South Carolina, the primary carriers of rabies are:
It's important to remember that rabies is a medical urgency, but not an emergency. Rabies in humans is 100% preventable through prompt, appropriate medical care.
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