Mar 09 2024

Graham Announces Highlights of South Carolina Projects in the First FY 2024 Spending Package

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) today announced that multiple projects across South Carolina will receive funding as a part of the first Fiscal Year 2024 spending package.

Graham made these funding requests to the Senate Appropriations Committee, of which he is a member.

Some of the South Carolina projects that will receive funding from the first package are highlighted below:

  • Aiken (city): $3 million for Croft Mill sewer basin improvements.
  • Anderson (county): $5 million to modernize the I-85 interchange.
  • Berkley, Calhoun, Dorchester and Orangeburg Counties: $23.8 million to Lakes Marion and Moultrie for water infrastructure expansion.
  • Bluffton: $1.34 million for law enforcement equipment.
  • Cayce: $540,000 for a pump station.
  • Charleston (city): $25 million to Charleston Harbor for the deepening project reimbursement.
  • Charleston (county): $23 million to the Charleston County Aviation Authority for parking aprons.
  • Charleston (city): $6.5 million to construct the Joint Base Charleston’s National Guard Readiness Center.
  • Cheraw: $4.4 million for water treatment plant construction.
  • Chester (county): $10 million to Chester County Wastewater Recovery for wastewater improvement.
  • Clemson University: $7 million to the Livestock Poultry Health’s Veterinary Diagnostic Center.
  • Columbia: $575,000 for a water main replacement.
  • Columbia: $10 million to eliminate rail crossings on Assembly Street.
  • Columbia: $101 million to Fort Jackson for phase two of the Reception Barracks Complex construction project.
  • Florence (city): $5 million for water treatment plant expansion and upgrades.
  • Georgetown (city): $6.5 million for the Georgetown Harbor deepening.
  • Greenville (city): $10 million to the South Carolina Technology & Aviation Center for taxiway improvements.
  • Greenwood (county): $900,000 for a 911 technology upgrade for the County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Lancaster (county): $770,000 for law enforcement vehicles for the County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Newberry (city): $88,000 for improved law enforcement technology and equipment.
  • Richland County: $1 million to Richland County Sheriff’s Department for a unified command post.
  • Rock Hill: $1.2 million to the city of Rock Hill for wastewater discharge.
  • Spartanburg (county): $10 million to Startex-Jackson-Wellford Duncan water district for water storage.
  • Sumter (city): Funds for the purchase of 4 Narcotics Analyzers.
  • University of South Carolina: $4.5 million for semiconductor manufacturing.
  • University of South Carolina: $10 million to the ROTC facility.