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24 February 2022

Citizen Group Aims to Bolster Relations with Law Enforcement

Scott Crosby, who serves as the council’s chair, said the group will continue to expand its reach throughout the county.  “We want Greenville to be an example for the rest of the country,” Crosby said.

Sheriff Lewis (back row, left) and the GCSO Community Relations Council

Greenville Community Relations Council gives one year update

The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office is continuing efforts to build better relationships with the community.

In July of 2020, it was announced a Community Relations Council would be formed. Members of the council have now been meeting for about a year, learning more about how the sheriff’s office works, and helping to foster stronger public trust.

“We have been developing plans for the efforts the council will make to foster greater transparency and stronger public trust,” council chairman Scott Crosby said.

“We hope that they’ll go back to their districts and represent the people there as well as law-enforcement and kind of help start building that bridge for us,” Sheriff Lewis said.

17 November 2021

Mauldin City Council run-off election results

 Dale Black51144.7%
 Frank Allgood63355.3%

3 November 2021

Mauldin City Council election results

Seat 1Taft Matney1460100%
Seat 3Jason Kraeling97653.6%
 Rachel Putman84446.4%
Seat 5No candidate exceeded 50%; runoff election will be November 16th
 Dale Black68937.7%
 Frank Allgood61033.4%
 Travis Reeder52728.9%

8 February 2021

Next phase of renovations to Mauldin Cultural Center set to begin this spring

Work is set to begin soon on a new lobby and outdoor plaza at the Mauldin Cultural Center.

The project will include overhauling a kitchen in the center, which previously served as Mauldin Elementary school, into a lobby, complete with a box office, plush seating, a bar and new bathrooms.  The project will cost an estimated $550,000

2 February 2021

Mauldin’s long-planned City Center project is set to open in summer 2022

City Center is not the only property The Parker Group hopes to reimagine.  Parker said the firm is already under contract for the former Rite Aid spot on the corner of Laurens and Butler roads, which will be redeveloped this year and transformed into restaurant and office space.

11 January 2021

Italian restaurant, dentist, ice cream shop among 3 new business openings in Mauldin

The Luna Rosa Gelato Bar & Restaurant opened in Mauldin on January 1, the second location for the gelato bar and Italian restaurant, which also has a downtown Greenville presence.  The Mauldin location is at 306 North Main Street, replacing the Turtle Shell, and the New York-native owners designed the space to give a feel of walking under the bridges of Brooklyn, from the lighting to the decorative support beams and the lit-up scenes of New York at night covering the walls.

Indigo Dental opened last week at 905 W. Butler Rd. in Mauldin. It's the business of Meagan and Michael Crosland, a husband and wife dentist duo who co-own the practice.  Originally from Georgia, the couple moved to Greenville in 2017 and had worked in other local dentist offices as they planned to open their own practice together.  With the pandemic in mind, they decided to incorporate a hospital grade air filtration system using MERV filters and UV light to better filter and sanitize the air inside their building.

Pop's Cabin Creamery is owned by Don Deas, owner of Mauldin seafood staple Low Country Shrimper.  Pop's Cabin Creamery is planned to open March 1 in the historic Gosnell Cabin next to the Mauldin Cultural Center.

6 January 2021

SCDOT’s Butler Road proposal in Mauldin, which could displace residents, raises concerns

Mauldin Mayor Terry Merritt is encouraging anyone with concerns related to the project to reach out to SCDOT and to attend the Jan. 14 meeting.  Citing COVID-19 restrictions, SCDOT has limited in-person attendance for that meeting and asked anyone who plans to go to register ahead of time.  Merritt said he believes the agency should have scheduled more meetings and hosted them in a larger space to safely accommodate more people.  “They (SCDOT) do not want the citizens of Mauldin to show up as a group,” he said.  “They want to keep everyone one on one where they can have an easier time with them.”

4 January 2021

Mauldin's plan to create 'City Center' could be back in motion after contract with developer gets early approval

Under the deal, the Greenville-based firm would buy four city-owned parcels bordering Jenkins Street, Jenkins Court and the train tracks along Murray Drive, City Administrator Brandon Madden said.  The property is in a 24-acre area targeted for the creation of a City Center by Mauldin, which lacks a traditional downtown.

This agreement passed second reading in the City Council meeting of December 21st.

14 December 2020

First F-16 industry depot in the U.S. will be in Greenville, says Air Force

4,588 F-16s have been built.  See more here.

26 November 2020

Greenville County Schools seeing big rise in number of failing grades

23 November 2020

Improvements to the Rothwell Drive and East Butler Road Intersection are Underway

27 October 2020

Councilman Matney comments on Mauoldin Roads and City growth

28 September 2020

Mauldin plans diversity training after social media posts

25 September 2020

Downtown Greenville's Luna Rosa Gelato Cafe plans to open second location in Mauldin

18 September 2020

Art in Focus: The Depot

12 July 2020

Mask or no mask required?  Mauldin to consider face mask regulation

6 July 2020

Mauldin council formally rebukes councilman over social media posts he shared

Council member Black resigned as mayor pro tem at the meeting, but did not resign his position as a member of Council.  Black was at the meeting but did not make any public statement on his action.

30 June 2020

Calls grow for Councilman's resignation, city's accountability

29 June 2020

Mauldin council takes no action after councilman's social posts; activists plan protests

19 June 2020

Mauldin city councilman under fire after social media posts

29 May 2020

In the Simpsonville Sentinel newspaper May 2020 issue

It’s Budget Time for the City of Mauldin

27 May 2020

Mauldin deal with developer to build 'city center' falls through, but city still optimistic

3 May 2020

Stormwater Issues Discussed at 29 April Mauldin City Council Meeting

See the presentation slides

In the Simpsonville Sentinel newspaper April 2020 issue

Mauldin, South Carolina, and the Coronavirus

29 March 2020

In the Simpsonville Sentinel newspaper March 2020 issue

Mauldin Traffic - SCDOT's Way, or Our Way?

3 March 2020

In the Simpsonville Sentinel newspaper February 2020 issue

Mauldin’s City Center. . . What Is It?

23 February 2020

Final updates on the progress of construction on the I-385 - I-85 Interchange

19 December 2019

Mauldin's office of Global Lending Services to add 669 new jobs

        See the formal announcement by GADC.

10 December 2019

Is this the end of recycling?
        This echoes the current situation in Mauldin.

21 November 2019

See the Mauldin community development webpage
        or go directly to the Downtown Mauldin master plan recommendations summary

6 November 2019

Mauldin election results

29 October 2019

Mauldin city center: What to know about developer behind the up to $250M project

28 October 2019

Grand re-opening of the Cultural Center Auditorium

The makeover of the Cultural Center's auditorium is complete, and it looks great!   A special-event grand re-opening was held on the 24th, featuring virtuoso pianist Caleb Borick.

25 October 2019

Bridgeway Station - Opening Starting in 2020

22 October 2019

The Mauldin City Center is finally happening!

Mauldin Police Department Receives State Accreditation from SCPAC

City Appoints New Public Works Director

8 October 2019

Mauldin’s changing from a pass-through city to one where residents, businesses want to stay

7 October 2019

Summary Review of Mauldin's 2015 Sewer Bond Project - Presentation for Oct 1 2019

2 October 2019

Greenville News reports on the candidates for the 2019 Mauldin City Council

18 September 2019

More on new development on Bonnie Brae

13 September 2019

Mauldin to announce developer, plan for new city center within 1 month, mayor says

9 September 2019

See some of the photos from the Mauldin Chamber's 2019 Trains Show.

29 August 2019

See the proposed Woodruff Bypass route,
        passing through Mauldin's Pine Forest area to Miller Road and Smith-Hines Road.

26 August 2019

14 August 2019

Mauldin homes are fastest-selling in South Carolina, according to study

9 August 2019

Getting ready for football season with the Mavs at Mauldin High!

26 July 2019

Mauldin's Beachin' Friday - the last for the Summer of 2019
        - with a great fireworks show!

19 June 2019

Mauldin Police Captain Tripp retires

12 June 2019

WSPA Channel 7 reports: Five Mauldin Police Department employees resign

5 June 2019

Developers will be building 500 homes on the former Bonnie Brae golf course
*   Sales of homes will begin in 2021.
*   Nearly 75,000 people have moved to Greenville County from 2010 to 2018.

2 June 2019

Mauldin is one of the most affordable places to live in South Carolina
        The City works hard to provide great Police, Fire, and other services,
        while staying within a tight budget, and keeping taxes the lowest in the County.

The first building under construction in Bridgeway Station, at I-385 and Bridges Road!

20 May 2019

Mauldin annexations completed out to Fork Shoals Road
        - includes the former Bonnie Brae golf course!

25 May 2019

See the progress of the construction of the I-385 - I-85 Interchange

22 April 2019

Front and back pages of the program for the 2019 Greenville County GOP Convention

18 April 2019

7 April 2019

South Carolina has experienced massive net migration into the state over the past
        five years, resulting in the third highest rate in the U.S.

1 April 2019

Latest news from the State Senate: SC Senator Ross Turner

31 March 2019

Latest news from the State House: SC Rep. Garry Smith

30 March 2019

Senator Lindsey Graham campaign rally in Greenville, South Carolina
        Second Lady Karen Pence, Senator Lindsey Graham, Vice President Mike Pence
  South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster               Vice President Mike Pence

2019 March 23

Bought a "Keep America Great" cap, put it next to my "USA" and "Mauldin" caps
        - hey; that's Red, White, and Blue!

February 13, 2019

Mauldin hires an interim Public Works Director

2019 - Again this year, supporting the Mauldin Chamber of Commerce

December 19, 2018

Mauldin Mayor Dennis Raines publicly rebukes councilman after cultural center issues

December 12, 2018

New addition to the Mauldin Cultural Center Art Trail

December 5, 2018

Mauldin is growing!   Annexations on Ashmore Bridge, Standing Sprins, Smith Hines

October 29, 2018

Mauldin names new City Administrator - Brandon Madden

September 7, 2018

Public Works Director released by Mauldin

August 21, 2018

Annexation along I-185 near Log Shoals Road.

May 28, 2018 - The Mauldin City Memorial Day Ceremony

Today's Ceremony honoring America's fallen heroes included this moving speech
by the Reverend Carl McCluney, of the New Harvest Ministries.
The Reverend Carl McCluney has served in the United States Air Force.
We are honored by his permission to let us reprint it here.

As we assemble today honoring our nation’s finest,
the brave men and women of our Armed Forces
who while serving abroad in combat or preparation drills for combat
They’ve faced the ultimate price for the freedoms we share ...

Today we share in the moral obligation and responsibility
        of remembering each of them,
as flags wave in the winds of freedom,
        tears and stories are shared with families and friends,
the solemn sound of taps still echoes in many hearts
        yet our blue skies are the constant reminder
that amongst the continual world threat our freedom still rings.
From the graves of Arlington and all veteran cemeteries,
        to the local grave sites where the families
        have chosen to keep love ones close to home,
        finally to those whose remains cannot be found,

For that we gather,
Let us forever remember the fallen, for their Fight for Freedom ...
Let us forever remember their families, for their adjustments to absence ...
Let us forever remember our freedom, for its Equality for Everyone.

Freedom is never free, but comes with high cost,
Freedom is not for a selected few,
Freedom is for all races, all colors, all national origins,
Freedom comes without discrimination.

I close with words of John F. Kennedy:
        "A Nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces
        But also by the men it honors, the men it remembers"

May 7, 2018

Mauldin City Council discusses regulation of AirBnBs

April 10, 2018

Mauldin growth doubles, likely to double again

Mauldin - One of the Best Cities to Jumpstart Your Career

Mauldin residential-home building boom

March 28, 2018

$100M Mauldin Development Planned

2018 - Supporting the Mauldin Chamber of Commerce

December 15, 2017

Unveiling of "We Are All One" - the latest piece to join the Cultural Center's Art Walk
See the Cultural Center Arts website for more information.

                                                                        The artist (in red jacket) and her family

December 2, 2017

The 2017 Christmas parade - we hope you enjoyed it.

November 11, 2017

A Veteran is someone who makes America a safe place - so much so that some never realize how necessary that is.

"A Veteran is someone who at some point in his life made a check payable to 'The United States of America' for an amount 'up to and including his life.'"

October 25, 2017

City Administrator Trey Eubanks                 Mr. Brandon Grooms
                                    Councilman Scott Crosby             Fire Chief Bill Stewart
                                Chair, Public Safety Committee

Mr. Brandon Grooms, with Colonial Pipeline, presented a check for $4,800 to the Mauldin Fire Department.   This generous donation will help update our air monitoring capabilities for hazardous materials situations.

Colonial Pipeline is a great community partner and an active member of the Greenville County Local Emergency Planning Committee.

September 29, 2017

Mauldin seeks builder for new downtown at City Center

September 28, 2017

Rhoda and Scott at the 2017 Mauldin Chamber of Commerce Memberfest.

September 20, 2017

Meeting today
    held by the Mauldin Chamber of Commerce
          and the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce

Here is some of the information presented by the state Chamber
... There is clearly a lot of room for improvement.

September 19, 2017

Greenville News reports on Mauldin's development of its City Center

Mauldin makes the list:   the "Top 100 Best Places to Live"

September 15, 2017

The Mauldin Cultural Center is getting a major makeover

September 9-10, 16-17, 2017

Possibly my favorite time of year at the Mauldin Cultural Center - the Train show!

Over 4800 visitors total for both weekends! See the Chamber's video.

August 29, 2017

Mauldin's CenterPoint to be developed by Phil Hughes
- an "urban village" - featured in The Upstate Business Journal

August 20, 2017

Mauldin set to pass 4 month moratorium on building in City Center

The Mauldin City Center Master Plan

August 1, 2017

Marriott Courtyard five-story hotel comes to Mauldin!

July 25, 2017

Last week I spent Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at the annual conference held by the Municipal Association of South Carolina (MASC). There were a lot of very good classes and talks to help us learn to be better at serving on the City Council. But one really struck home with emphasis: Law Enforcement Challenges, presented by Attorney and former LEO Lance LoRusso. After hearing him speak, I bought copies of two of his books, When Cops Kill, and Blue News. These look like great books and real eye-openers, which I have already started reading.

As Mauldin City Council's Chair of its Public Safety Committee, I am learning how important it is to be prepared for the legal issues surrounding the actions of our police force, and also how to act after an incident - particularly with regard to communications with the media and news reporting.

Look for more reporting on this and other MASC classes, as I can find the time to write about them.

May 29, 2017

Mauldin honors those who gave all - Memorial Day, 2017

May 26, 2017 -

GE presents a check for $5,000 to Mayor Dennis Raines, for new equipment for the Mauldin Fire Department.

May 13, 2017

The 2017 South Carolina Republican Convention

SCGOP 2017 Convention program   front cover   and our page inside

With fellow Convention delegate Esther Wagner
    - long-time member and officer of the Golden Strip Republican Womens' Club

April 22, 2017

The 2017 Greenville County GOP Convention

Program front-cover: and center-page:

March 15, 2017

MP Husky bringing 50 new jobs to Mauldin

March 1, 2017 -

Ribbon Cutting at the Bon Thai Restaurant on Miller Road, with
owner Kula, her husband, staff, and Mauldin Chanber of Commerce CEO Pat Pomeroy

See the full set of photos.

February 28, 2017 -

Ribbon Cutting at The Meadows Memory Care on Holland Road

Talking with the manager and the owner of The Meadows

February 18, 2017 -

Verizon expansion in Mauldin - $3.5M, 260 new jobs

February 16, 2017 -

The groundbreaking ceremony for the BB&T mortgage banking center coming to Mauldin
- 600 jobs, and 140,000 sq.ft. building costing $30m,
- located at Millport, East Butler Road and I-385

also stories here, here, and here
Excerpt from the Simpsonville Sentinel -
BB&T Corporation (NYSE: BBT) held a groundbreaking ceremony on February 16 for a 140,000-square-foot mortgage servicing center at 825 E. Butler Road in Mauldin, S.C. The new $30 million building will accommodate more than 600 BB&T associates who work primarily in administrative, back office and support functions. BB&T expects to complete construction and move into the facility by the end of the fourth quarter. The mortgage servicing and other operations are currently located at 301 College St. in Greenville.

December 21, 2016 -

David Dyrhaug comes to Mauldin as city planner - see also this story

December 15, 2016 (posted January 30, 2017) -

from the GCRA website -

GCRA and the City of Mauldin SC Government were thrilled to celebrate the official kickoff of the site clearance and infrastructure phase for Miller Place Court, which will be the home of 18 units of affordable rental housing at the corner of Miller and Old Mill Roads.

The groundbreaking ceremony, which took place December 15th at the corner of Old Mill and Miller Rds., had over a dozen officials in attendance. including Mauldin Mayor Dennis Raines and County Council members Fred Payne and Liz Seman, Mauldin City Council member Scott Crosby, and City Administrator Trey Eubanks. The groundbreaking also featured Countybank, as the primary financer of the nine duplex project and special recognition to LS3P Associates Ltd. for the design.

The nine duplexes located on over two acres will provide affordable housing for 18 families in a mixed income community. The three bedroom two bath units will range from $600-$800 per month.

“In Greenville County, affordable housing for working families is in tremendous need, and families will be able to stay here in Greenville County and afford where they live,” Stan Wilson, GCRA Executive Director said. “We plan to do something like this in other communities as well.”

The next phase for the development is infrastructure improvement, to be completed by Raby Construction and is set to open in 2018.

December 8, 2016 -

At the Greenville County GOP Christmas Party
- Scott, State Rep. Garry Smith, Rhoda, Bruce Belfield

December 5, 2016 -

See Scott's speech presentation notes.

October 24, 2016 -

The 2016 Furman University U.S. Senate & House Debate,

Rhoda, Congressman Trey Gowdy, Scott

Rhoda, Scott, Senator Tim Scott

October 20, 2016 -

The 2016 Greenville County Republican Party Bronze Elephant Dinner,
at the Poinsett Club

Scott and Rhoda with the guest speaker, Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz, Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

October 6, 2016 -

Mauldin Fire Department - A retirement, and a promotion

The Mauldin Fire Department met to honor two of its own:

Bud Greer, a volunteer fireman, retiring after fifty years - half a century - of service to Mauldin residents.

Eric Lutz, newly promoted to Lieutenant, here shown with his wife, children, and parents.

Keeping with tradition, Lieutenant Lutz' son pins on the new rank insignia.

September 29, 2016 -

Mauldin Cultural Center gets grant for more renovations

July 15, 2016 -

Awarded Certificate for completion of studies in municipal operation and responsibilities of an elected offical by MASC

July 13th, 2016 -

Mauldin's credit rating goes up two levels to Aa2 - just one level below the top!

July 9th, 2016 -

Mauldin - ranked 29th in U.S. cities to retire to, and best in the Upstate

June 16th, 2016 -

Mauldin has a new Public Works Director - Gary Woodson

May 30th, 2016 -

Mauldin honors those who gave all - Memorial Day, 2016

March 3rd, 2016 -

"Mauldin is Ours!"
NextHS students present strategies to Mauldin officials

- Click here to see their presentation

February 24th, 2016 -

Listening to residents
- Initiated action leading to new speed bumps for neighborhood safety

January 4th, 2016 -

Swearing in for my second term, with wife Rhoda
by Judge Angela Martin

November 25th, 2015 -

Mauldin High School Senior to Paint Mural at Cultural Center

November 3rd, 2015 - Re-elected!

Thanks to all of our supporters! My sincere and heartfelt "Thank-you" to those who helped by letting other folks know who I am, where I stand on the issues, and what I have done in my first term as a City Councilman, and thank-you to all those who voted for me!

I strongly believe it is my responsibility to work for you as your representative in the City government, and in my first four years I worked with that intent on every issue. That will continue to be my mandate for the next four years.

Check out my two commentaries (also listed at left):
Honorable Politicians and Citizen Politicians

2015 Election Campaign Card

August 4th, 2015 -

New Development in Mauldin

July 29th, 2015

Running for re-election to the Mauldin City Council

2015 re-election campaign website C. Scott Crosby . com

May 19th, 2015 -

Mauldin adopts Hazard Mitigation Plan

March 11th, 2015 -

Mauldin City Councilman Scott Crosby and State Rep. Garry Smith at the State House

October 12th, 2014 -

Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Mauldin City Councilman Scott Crosby

September 9th, 2014

Annexing businesses into Mauldin

March 26th, 2014

-- Working hard to deliver lower taxes and improved services
-- as I promised in my campaign

Reducing impediments to the growth of businesses - and jobs - in Mauldin

Two Year Report: 24 November 2013

It has been two years since I won election to the Mauldin City Council. A lot has happened.

The functions of Mauldin's City government are divided into six areas. Each Councilman is assigned as the Chair of one of six corresponding Council Committees, and is also seated on two other Committees. Assignments are made by the Mayor, with personal preferences noted where possible, and last for two years.

I am the Chair of the Building and Zoning Committee. I began my term with the strategic goal of developing a more business-friendly environment in Mauldin, making it more attractive to business growth. Both smaller and larger neighboring cities are growing and dynamic; it was time for Mauldin to change in that direction as well.

Early in my term the Department Director retired. We initiated some changes in the interim, while looking for a new Director. The Building and Zoning Department was renamed Business and Development Services, and we made several other small changes to begin making the Department the City’s “Showroom”, since it is figuratively the first thing in Mauldin that an incoming businessman will visit. Our new Director has really been great at developing this new view of the Department, and businesses have taken notice of the change.

Our most recent effort is directed towards cleaning up the sign ordinances, making them easier to understand, more consistent, and more business-friendly.

Similarly, as a member of the Economic Development Committee I have worked to attract more businesses into Mauldin. New businesses include start-ups and existing businesses just outside the city limits who ask to be annexed into the City. Mauldin proudly offers response times of less than three minutes from phone call to the arrival of police or fire department personnel; that contrasts to about twenty minutes for those who depend on County resources. For businesses at locations that can opt for annexation by more than one city, Mauldin offers lower taxes and generally cheaper rates on other services as well.

Also as part of that Committee, I have helped to set the strategic, long-term, future development of Mauldin. This will hopefully include a more family-friendly town “center”, which we are pursuing through private investment in combination with the City’s investment in supporting infrastructure: i.e., with no tax increases.

My third Committee seat is on Budget and Finance. All three Committee members are fiscally very frugal, and have kept a tight budget with no tax increases, while also maintaining city equipment and services. Mauldin has an excellent credit rating, and maintains a fund reserve greater than that required by law. A balanced budget is also required by law, but in both of the past two years we have spent less money than planned, due in no small part to City employees’ careful restraint on expenses.

Taxes have not increased in my first two years. The tax situation includes three primary areas where the City can focus its efforts.

First, the City has found no need to raise property millage tax rates, or indeed, raise rates for any kinds of taxes at all. The conservative budgeting mentioned previously made this possible.

Second, the separate rates for special services have not increased. Unfortunately, this may change for one area in the near future: sewage costs are driven by expanding EPA mandates. However, even in that regard we are working to minimize any fee increases. Mauldin’s sewage fees are presently the lowest of any of the six cities in the County, as well as the County itself. Even with the estimated increase, Mauldin’s sewage fees will remain the lowest. Also helping to contain costs, Mauldin has been gradually upgrading its sewage system over the past decade, minimizing the need for future maintenance. Several other cities – with fees already exceeding Mauldin’s – face substantial increases to cover the growing maintenance needs of systems that were ignored for too long.

Third, the City is working to prevent imposition of higher property millage rates by the County. The County recently inherited an overspent (if not yet bankrupt) budget when it assumed the responsibilities of the County Recreation Commission. The County’s initial intentions were to raise taxes for residents of Mauldin and three other cities. We are working to resolve this issue amicably and to the benefits of all sides. But the County’s proposed taxation appears to be illegal, and litigation remains an unfortunate possibility.

Being a successful City Councilman requires working jointly with five other Councilmen and the Mayor. Nothing happens without a majority of votes. The lessons learned from working in such an environment are a prerequisite to success. I am pleased with our Council’s accomplishments, the rapport among all seven members of Council, the development of the City of Mauldin in my first two years, and with my contribution to the progress of that development.

-- Scott

November 21st, 2013 -

See my letter to Leon County, Florida, on their rejection of a gun-control ordinance there.

July 25th, 2013 -

Mauldin City Councilman Scott Crosby and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott

Working to save money for Mauldin and its employees

Voting to save Mauldin money,
and hiring a new manager for Business Development and Services

Repealing the $45 Public Works fee

January 3rd, 2012 -

Mauldin City Council Swearing-In

Swearing in of new Mauldin City Councilman Scott Crosby
by neighbor Rev. James Williams, and with wife Rhoda

                        Scott Crosby     Dennis Raines     Bob Cook     Larry Goodson

8 November 2011 -

Thanks to all our supporters -- We won!

Mauldin City Council election results

2011 Election Campaign Card

See what was said about candidate Scott Crosby in the links below.

Mauldin Tribune-Times, Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Candidate Forum Tuesday, October 4th, 2011 Video (2 hours)

Candidate Forum Tuesday, October 4th, 2011 News Report

On Facebook: Scott Crosby For Mauldin City Council Seat Four

Interview with Jim Lee on the Palmetto Conservative Show

Interview with the Mauldin Patch, July 28th, 2011

From the Minutes of a Redistricting Hearing, April 2011

Audio recording from a Redistricting Hearing, April 2011

Delegate to the 2011 South Carolina State GOP Convention

Supported Trey Gowdy in his election as our Congressman

Quoted in the Wall Street Journal on October 23rd, 2006
"Governmental impositions and controls are destructive and wrong, as evil and as lacking in virtue as the actions of any dictator. Forget chasing backdated options. Brand the anti-capitalist regulators and lawmakers for what they are: guilty of assault on individual success, freedom and America itself, as it was, still is to some degree, and ought to be."

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