Posts Tagged ‘master and servant’

October 17, 2017

Opinion on dual office holding (local magistrate and serve as county attorney in same county).

Requested by The Honorable Margie Bright Matthews, Member, South Carolina Senate.

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May 4, 2017

Opinion on dual office holding (member of Allendale County School Board and Allendale County Hospital Board).

Requested by Walter H. Sanders, Jr., Esquire, Attorney for Allendale County.

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February 21, 2017

Opinion on dual office holding (member of Bishopville City Council and board member of Lee County Archives Commission).

Requested by Ms. Henrietta Tindal, Bishopville.

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January 25, 2017

Opinion on dual office holding (may the mayor of a small town also work full time as a procurement manager for the SC Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services?).

 

Requested by Octavia Y. Wright, Legal Counsel, SC Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services.

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August 24, 2016

Opinion on dual office holding.

Requested by Mr. H. Jerry Morris, Chairman, Barnweil County Museum.

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January 5, 2016

Opinion regarding whether a conflict of interest would arise if an individual is serving in the capacity of both “an elected SC School Board member” and as an assistant or head coach of a sports team of the same district.

Requested by Chairman Linda A. Wooten, Board of Trustees for Lexington School District Two.

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December 16, 2015

Opinion regarding whether S.C. Code Ann. 5-7-180 prohibits the Fire Chief or member of the City of Loris Volunteer Fire Department from simultaneously serving as a member of the Loris City Council.

Requested by Michael W. Battle, Esq., City Attorney for the City of Loris.

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November 12, 2015

Opinion regarding whether an individual may serve simultaneously as a public defender and as a member of county council in the same county.

Requested by J. Hugh Ryan III, South Carolina Commission on Indigent Defense.

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May 27, 2015

Opinion regarding whether it would be dual office holding for the Mayor of the Town of Edgefield to serve as Chief of the fire department.

Requested by Roger LeDuc, Town of Edgefield Administrator.

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February 27, 2015

Opinion regarding employees of a school district being able to simultaneously serve on a school’s governing board.

Requested by The Honorable Cezar E. McKnight, South Carolina House of Representatives, District No. 101.

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December 22, 2014

Opinion request regarding whether it is a conflict for a law firm to continue as general counsel to a statutorily-created special purpose district providing fire and sewer services when the spouse of the main attorney who represents the district has been elected a commissioner on the board of the special purpose district.

Requested by Trent M. Kernodle, Esquire, Kernodle, Root & Coleman.

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August 13, 2014

Opinion as to whether an individual is operating under a conflict of interest where the individual at issue is both a school board trustee and a temporary employee of the district.

Requested by: The Honorable Michael A. Pitts, District No. 14-Greenwood-Laurens Counties

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April 25, 2014

Opinion regarding a seat on the Winthrop University (“the University”) Board of Trustees (“the Board”).

Requested by: The Honorable Harvey S. Peeler, Jr., Senatorial District No. 14

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February 3, 2014

Opinion on several issues regarding William E. Robinson’s service as a member of Allendale County Council, as an ex officio member of the Allendale County Aeronautics and Economic Development Commission, and as an employee of SouthernCarolina Alliance.

Requested by: Walter H. Sanders, Jr., Esquire, Allendale County Attorney

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January 6, 2014

Opinion regarding the Regional Transportation Authority Law.

Requested by: The Honorable J. Gregory Hembree, Senator, District No. 28

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September 9, 2013

Opinion as to whether State law prohibits you from continuing to serve as a firefighter for a municipal fire department, while also holding certification from the State Fire Marshal, if you are elected to city council in a separate municipality.

Requested by:  Mr. Taylor A. Graham

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July 17, 2012

Opinion regarding whether the Governor has the authority to suspend a public official who was indicted for a violation of the State Ethics Act (the “Ethics Act”).

Requested by: Swati S. Patel, Esquire, Chief Legal Counsel, Office of the Governor

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March 5, 2012

Opinion regarding the Mayor of the Town of Norway (“Mayor”).

Requested by: Mark Keel, Chief, State Law Enforcement Division

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February 23, 2012

Opinion concerning a potential conflict of interest.

Requested by:  The Honorable Jimmy Ward, Member, Isle of Palms City Council

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November 18, 2011

Opinion regarding county veterans’ affairs officers. Specifically, asking for clarification as to whether the county veterans’ affairs officer is thus subject to State personnel policies. And if not, whether the delegation may then adopt a grievance policy for the veterans’ affairs officer.

Requested by:  The Honorable Mike Forrester, Member, House of Representatives

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October 21, 2011

Opinion regarding county veterans’ affairs officers. Specifically, whether employees of a county veterans’ affairs officer are county employees, and to whom these employees are accountable.

Requested by: The Honorable Mike Forrester, Member, House of Representatives

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September 23, 2011

Opinion regarding a conflict of interest. Specifically, whether seeking appointment for the open position on the Spartanburg County Commission for Technical and Community Education, while “currently employed as Director of Nursing for Fortis College in Columbia” which is a “for-profit institution” and is “in direct competition with Spartanburg Community College in that both institutions compete for nursing students.”

Requested by: The Honorable Edward R. Tallon, Sr., SC House of Representatives

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May 31, 2011

Opinion concerning whether “service on the board of the [Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation], and its executive committee, while Chairman of Horry County Council would constitute prohibited dual office holding.”

Requested by: The Honorable H. Tom Rice, Jr., Chairman, Horry County Council

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March 31, 2011

Opinion asking whether it would “be a conflict of interest for [you] to continue as the County Registration/Elections Director and a member of the [Greenville-Spartanburg] GSP Commission,” should you be nominated by the County’s Legislative Delegation and appointed by the Governor.

Requested by: Henry M. Laye, III, Director, Spartanburg County Voter Registration & Elections

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October 14, 2010

Opinion on dual office holding (secretary for the Clearwater Water & Sewer District and serve as a Commissioner of the Clearwater Water & Sewer District).

Requested by Mr. Marvin Herndon, Chairman, Clearwater Water & Sewer District.

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August 30, 2010

Opinion on dual office holding (state employee who also works in the education field).

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Requested by: A. Glenn Greene, Esquire

July 1, 2010

Opinion regarding Richland County employees serving on the Richland County Board of Voter Registration. Specifically, whether there is a conflict of interest and whether the Governor has the authority to name the Chairperson of the Board of Voter Registration.

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Requested by: Larry C. Smith, Esquire

June 23, 2009

Opinion questioning whether it is a violation of the dual office holding provisions of the State Constitution for an individual who is a member of the Moncks Corner Rural Volunteer Fire Department to also serve as an officer of the Moncks Corner Rural Fire Commission.
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Requested by: John B. Williams, Esquire

February 17, 2009

Opinion concerning your concurrent service as Mayor and as operations manager for the Town.
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Requested by: The Honorable Jackie T. Holman, Mayor, Town of Blackville

January 9, 2008

Opinion referencing an opinion dated February 27, 2007, which questioned whether you may hold a position on the Spartanburg School District Three Board while remaining employed at the Daniel Morgan Technology Center. You have now questioned whether the Technology Center’s change of fiscal agent from School District Seven to School District Three changes the master-servant status and the ability to be a school board member of District Three.

Requested by: Harvey A. Dailey

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December 17, 2007

Opinion concerning whether a technology center employee may serve on the board of trustees for a school district that governs the technology center.

Requested by: Kenneth E. Darr, Jr., Esquire

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October 22, 2007

Opinion as to whether an employee of a Soil and Water Conservation District could serve on the Conservation District Board as a District Commissioner at the same time.

Requested by: John E. Frampton, Director, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

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October 22, 2007

Opinion concerning a member of the Dillon County Council’s ability to serve as the E-911 Director for Dillon County.

Requested by: W. Clay Young, County Administrator, Dillon County

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June 14, 2007

Follow-up opinion to an opinion dated April 5, 2007 regarding whether a member of the Glassy Mountain Fire Service Area’s (“GMFSA’s”) Commission Board may serve as a volunteer firefighter for GMFSA.

Requested by: Bryan G. Riebe, Chief, Glassy Mountain Fire Service Area

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April 5, 2007

Opinion concerning dual office holding. Specifically, whether the dual office holding prohibition contained in the South Carolina Constitution prohibits an individual “who serves as a fire department commissioner, from serving as a volunteer firefighter with the same entity?”

Requested by: Bryan G. Riebe, Chief, Glassy Mountain Fire Service Area

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February 28, 2007

Opinion as to whether you may hold a position on the Spartanburg School District Three School Board while remaining employed as an Industrial Relations Coordinator at Daniel Morgan Technology Center.

Requested by: Harvey A. Dailey

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January 19, 2007

Opinion, “[a]bout 60% of our yearly budget comes from the City of Bennettsville. This is money given to us for general purposes and for a portion of the ED’s salary”, and if “this precludes [your] running for Mayor or a seat on City Council”.

Requested by: Ken Harmon, Executive Director, Bennettsville Downtown Development Association

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December 1, 2006

Opinion requesting whether being an employee of the Barnwell County Career Center, as an electrical instructor, and being a member of the Barnwell County Council would result in a conflict of interest.

Requested by: Ron Still

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September 29, 2006

Opinion questioning whether obtaining a position of the Union City Council, while also serving as the Assistant Director for the Union County Emergency Services Agency constitutes dual office holding.

Requested by: Robert Garner

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August 11, 2006

Opinion regarding activities of the Charleston County School Board, where certain members admitted they violated the Sunshine Law.

Requested by: The Honorable Dwight A. Loftis, Member, House of Representatives

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July 19, 2006

Opinion concerning the Fairfield County Recreation District and the Recreation Commission. Specifically, whether certain behavior by the commissioners’ constitutes cause for removal.

Requested by: W. Thomas Sprott, Esquire

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April 4, 2006

Opinion concerning whether an individual can work for the City of Calhoun Falls, and be elected on the Abbeville County Council.

Requested by: The Honorable A. Scott Harris, Administrator, City of Calhoun Falls

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March 9, 2006

Opinion in which questions whether or not the Greenville Tech Charter School having a governing board with current paid employees violates the servant / master prohibition.

Requested by: The Honorable Gary R. Smith, Member, House of Representatives

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June 7, 2004

Opinion concerning dual office holding. Specifically, whether you can simultaneously serve as the Executive Director of the Sumter County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (SCCADA) and serve on the Sumter County Council.

Requested by: Eugene R. Baten, Executive Director, Sumter County Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse

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May 21, 2004

Opinion concerning dual office holding. Specifically, if a maintenance worker for the town of Olar that was elected to the Olar Town Council is in violation of the dual office holding provisions.

Requested by: The Honorable Brenda Bessinger, Mayor, Town of Olar

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April 3, 2003

Opinion concerning the propriety of certain appointments to local boards or commissions and public service districts.

Requested by: The Honorable Ronald P. Townsend, Chairman, Education and Public Works Committee

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May 21, 2003

Opinion relating to “current rules for paralegal services as a standalone business.” Specifically, “[a]re independent paralegals when retained by an attorney on a project-to-project basis independent contractors or part time employees of the attorney?”

Requested by: The Honorable Robert E. Walker, Member, House of Representatives

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February 19, 2003

Opinion concerning the possible dissolution of the Inman Mills Water District and/or its take-over by another water district, possibly the Inman-Campobello Water District.

Requested by: The Honorable Ralph Davenport, Member, House of Representatives

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March 27, 2001

Opinion concerning whether “an employee of a technical college [would] be eligible to serve on the Area Commission for Technical Education.”

Requested by: The Honorable Glenn F. McConnell, Member, South Carolina Senate

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February 28, 2001

Opinion concerning whether a dual office holding situation exists if a chairman of the Crosswell Fire District in Pickens County simultaneously serves as a full-time fire fighter for the City of Easley.

Requested by: G. Edward Welmaker, Esquire

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January 23, 2001

Opinion concerning whether a dual office holding situation exists if the Commissioner of the Dunklin Fire District simultaneously serves as the Fire Chief of the District.

Requested by: The Honorable Daniel L. Tripp, Member, House of Representatives

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October 17, 2000

Opinion asking whether a dual office holding situation exists if an individual serves as a member of a local government planning commission while simultaneously holding a paid position with the local government’s planning department.

Requested by: Richard L. Pearce, Esquire

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March 26, 1999

Opinion informing that Mr. Anthony Carpenter was elected to the Board of Education of Laurens County School District 55 on March 2, 1999 and will take office on April 1, 1999.

Requested by: Edgar C. Taylor, Ed.D., Superintendent, Laurens County School District 55 and Anthony Carpenter, Board Member Elect, Laurens County School District 55

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October 27, 1998

Opinion asking whether a prior opinion of this Office should be interpreted to mean that “a county veterans affairs officer is a county employee entitled to all rights and privileges thereof as established by county policy, and as such entitled to equitable and fair treatment under such policies.”

Requested by: Roberta L. Starks, Aiken County Veterans Affairs

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August 10, 1998

Opinion asking whether the State Department of Education may allow each school to authorize its students to vote to post a copy of the Ten Commandments in the school lobby without using public funds.

Requested by: The Honorable Bradley Jordan, Member, House of Representatives

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January 29, 1998

Opinion asking whether a dual office holding situation exists if a part-time magistrate simultaneously serves as a member of the Pee Dee Tourism Commission.

Requested by: The Honorable Maggie W. Glover, Senator, District No. 30

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October 20, 1997

Opinion asking whether “the current statute[s] allow the Board of Cosmetology to require an independent contractor’s license of a registered cosmetologist leasing a booth in a licensed sale.

Requested by: The Honorable Warren K. Giese, Senator, District No. 22

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October 10, 1996

Opinion regarding whether or not an attorney can serve on the Highway Commission and also represent the South Carolina Department of Transportation in court proceedings concerning condemnation.

Requested by: The Honorable C. Tyrone Courtney, Senator, District No. 13

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June 24, 1996

Opinion concerning whether a dual office holding situation exists if the Emergency Preparedness Director for Edgefield County, who also is co-coordinator of the E911 office, offers for election to and simultaneously serves as Mayor of the Town of Johnston.

Requested by: Wayne Adams, Edgefield County Administrator

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June 18, 1996

Opinion regarding DNR officers and employees or their agents purchasing items seized or confiscated by our Law Enforcement Division, as well as other Department surplus equipment (used vehicles, etc.).

Requested by: Marion Burnside, Member of the South Carolina Natural Resources Board

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April 24, 1996

Opinion concerning whether hiring the mayor to fill the position of town administrator would contravene S.C. Code Ann. § 5-7-180.

Requested by: J. Martin Harvey, Esquire

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April 8, 1996

Opinion asking in a fire district, may a commissioner also be employed by the fire district as secretary/treasurer?

Requested by: The Honorable John T. James, Commission Chairperson, South Greenville Fire District

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April 8, 1996

Opinion questioning whether an employee of the Hospital, who is a physician, may be a member of the Hospital Board, and since the Board is fiscally autonomous, whether the members should be selected by Union County Council or chosen by the electorate of Union County.

Requested by: The Honorable Ronald N. Fleming, Member, House of Representatives

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February 26, 1996

Opinion requesting an interpretation of the master-servant principle of common law as it applies to a member of a county council who is also a county employee.

Requested by: Mr. Wayne Adams, Edgefield County Administrator

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October 9, 1995

Opinion concerning whether a dual office holding situation exists if a duly elected commissioner simultaneously serves as a voluntary officer/fire-fighter.

Requested by: The Honorable Harold Jenkins, Chairman, Piedmont Park Fire District Commission

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October 2, 1995

Opinion concerning that the form of government in Springfield is mayor-council and that the member of council has no authority for Town decisions and expenditures without the approval of the Mayor.

Requested by: The Honorable Kathleen Fanning, Mayor, Town of Springfield

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June 12, 1995

Opinion concerning whether a dual office holding situation exists if a member of the Springfield Town Council simultaneously serves as police chief of the Town, uncompensated other than having workers compensation coverage provided.

Requested by: The Honorable Steven V. Morrone, Member, Springfield Town Council

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May 24, 1995

Opinion concerning a letter forwarded to the Attorney General’s Office by Henry L. Deneen, Chief Legal Counsel for Governor Beasley on the topic of dual office holding and the South Carolina Constitution.

Requested by: Broadus E. Albertson, Chief, Walhalla Police Department

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April 20, 1994

Opinion asking whether it would be viewed as a conflict if a commissioner of a dire district (or member of a board of fire control) were to serve as an auxiliary of honorary fireman.

Requested by: Ms. Lori A. Hinds, Administrative Assistant, Spartanburg County Legislative Delegation

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January 19, 1994

Opinion asking if it is proper for a fireman to serve on a fire commission board when the commission itself has the right to hire and dismiss firemen, and if it is permissible for a person serving on a local school board to also serve on a fire commission board.

Requested by: The Honorable Robert E. Walker, Member, House of Representatives

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January 19, 1994

Opinion inquiring whether a conflict of interest would be created if an individual were to serve simultaneously as Commissioner of Whitney Area Fire District and also as Fire Chief.

Requested by: The Honorable William Douglas Smith, Member, House of Representatives

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January 11, 1994

Opinion inquiring whether a blind vendor who has a license from the Commission for the Blind to operate a vending concession stand would be disqualified from serving on the governing board of the Commission for the Blind.

Requested by: The Honorable Yvonne Bradley-Offord, Member, S.C. Commission for the Blind

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January 8, 1991

Opinion concerning whether a dual office holding situation exists if a member of Charleston City Council simultaneously sits on the (zoning) Board of Adjustment.

Requested by: The Honorable John C. Rama, Member, House of Representatives

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May 1, 1990

Opinion concerning whether the Richland County Historic Preservation Commission might be “merged” with the Historic Columbia Foundation.

Requested by: The Honorable Jennie C. Dreher, Secretary, Richland County Historic Preservation Commission

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May 15, 1989

Opinion concerning whether a dual office holding situation exists if a member of Calhoun County Council simultaneously served as executive director of the Calhoun County Development Board.

Requested by: Mr. David Buyck, Calhoun County Development Board

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September 15, 1986

Opinion asking whether an individual residing in one school area (Buford area) but teaching in another area (Lancaster area) would be eligible for election to the board of school trustees of the area of her residence (Buford area).

Requested by: The Honorable William D. Boan, Member, House of Representatives

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August 4, 1986

Opinion asking whether a mayor and/or councilman may serve on a city council and also be employed concurrently by the municipality. And whether a mayor and/or councilman may serve on a city council concurrently with his or her spouse being employed by the municipality.

Requested by: Robert C. Lake, Jr., Esquire

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June 25, 1986

Opinion asking whether a faculty or staff member of The Citadel may offer for election to and serve on the Board of Visitors of that institution.

Requested by: Murray D. Bonnoitt, Chairman, Election Committee, Association of Citadel Men, Johnson, Lane, Space, Smith & Co., Inc.

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May 1, 1986

Opinion as to whether a school district employee who is not a teacher may run for the position of school district trustee and, if elected, so serve.

Requested by: Stephen D. Baggett, Esquire, Greenwood County Attorney

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April 8, 1985

Opinion concerning whether there is potential civil liability on the part of Aiken County for the actions or omissions of the volunteer workers who assist the County’s Emergency Medical Services Department by rendering emergency medical care in conjunction with the County’s ambulance team.

Requested by: Robert M. Bell, Esquire, Aiken County Attorney

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March 29, 1985

Opinions concerning dual office holdings. Specifically, a member of a city council is a public officer, as is a member of a city’s board of adjustment.

Requested by: Ms. Frances Wilborn , Member, Folly Beach City Council

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January 15, 1985

Opinion on dual office holding (member of the Horry County Planning Commission and of the Horry County Accommodations Tax Advisory Board).

Requested by Mr. Birney Blind, Director of Planning, Horry County Planning Commission.

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January 7, 1985

Opinions concerning the legality of Georgetown County Council’s delegating to its Chairman certain of the county’s administrative duties

Requested by: Sylvan L. Rosen, Esquire, Georgetown County Attorney

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July 25, 1984

Opinion as to whether the term ‘full-time employees’ in § 59-111-320 applies only to those who are employed by the institutions involved or whether it extends to any employees of any employer.

Requested by: The Honorable Alexander S. Macaulay, Member, South Carolina State Senate

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May 21, 1984

Opinion regarding whether it is legal for a newly-elected member of your Town Council to be paid by the Town for doing the Town’s automobile mechanical work and if so, what would be the maximum amount that he could be paid annually.

Requested by: The Honorable Charles Ross, Mayor, Town of Lincolnville

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March 1, 1984

Opinion whether a conflict of interest would exist if the General Assembly, in increasing the size of the Loris Community Hospital Board from five to seven members, were to name the current hospital administrator to that Board.

Requested by: The Honorable Dick Elliott, Member, House of Representatives

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January 31, 1984

Opinion concerning whether an employee of Homeland Park Water and Sewerage District would be permitted to serve on the governing board of the District and also retain his status as an employee.

Requested by: The Honorable E. Harrison Agnew, III, Member, House of Representatives

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March 22, 1983

Opinion on whether punitive damages are covered by the general tort liability insurance policy of the Insurance Reserve Fund.

Requested by Mr. Paul V. Hawkins, Division of General Services, Insurance Reserve Fund.

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September 08, 1982

Opinion regarding whether or not a corporation that plans to offer various paramedical services needs a license or approval from the Board of Occupational Therapists.

Requested by: Ms. Barbara Waugh, Secretary, Occupational Therapy Board

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May 20, 1982

Opinion as to whether the South Carolina Protection and Advocacy System for the Handicapped, Inc., could be staffed with state employees without itself becoming a state agency.

Requested by: Honorable Heyward McDonald

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April 20, 1982

Opinion on several questions regarding the Board of Trustees of the Fireman’s Insurance and Inspection Funds.

Requested by: The Honorable Herbert C. Granger, Member, House of Representatives

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April 08, 1982

Opinion as to whether or not workmen’s compensation is mandatory for AFDC recipients who are participating in a state-wide program whereby these persons work in specific businesses in exchange for aid in AFDC grants and food stamp allotments.

Requested by: Honorable Isadore E. Lourie, Chairman, Workmen’s Compensation Study and Review Committee

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March 25, 1982

Opinion regarding (1) whether an employer may lawfully provide in an employment contract that the employer shall own all patent rights to products or processes developed by an employee during the course of the employee’s employment with the employer and (2) whether the employer may include in its employment contract a noncompetition clause restricting employees who terminate their employment from engaging in competition with the employer for a specified time.

Requested by: Robert E. Leak, Director, State Development Board

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August 28, 1980

Opinion on dual office holding (regional school bus driver training instructor may be appointed to serve as a member of the Berkeley County Board of Education).

Requested by Dr. Henry Bonner, Superintendent, Berkeley County Schools.

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March 21, 1980

Opinion on dual office holding (serving as a substitute teacher in the school district and also as a member of the county board of education which controls the school district).

Requested by Mr. John B. Grimball, Attorney at Law, Columbia.

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March 19, 1980

Opinion on dual office holding (teacher may teach in a district and also present himself as a candidate for the Board of Trustees of that district).

Requested by The Honorable John W. Matthews, Jr., Member, South Carolina House of Representatives.

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December 5, 1979

Opinion on whether an assisting employee (under the Southern Mutual Radiological Assistance Plan) from another state is considered to be an employee of the State of South Carolina if he is sued for negligence committed while performing his duties.

Requested by Charles A. Perry, Regional Counsel, United States Environmental Protection Agency.

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November 14, 1979

Opinion on motor vehicles, state agencies, workman’s compensation, charitable organizations, liability.

Requested by unknown.

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April 28, 1978

Opinion on dual office holding (school teacher and candidate for Florence County Council).

Requested by Mr. L.H. Carter, Jr., Lake City.

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March 3, 1978

Opinion on Home Rule Act.

Requested by R. Markley Dennis, Esquire, Attorney for Berkeley County.

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December 30, 1977

Opinion on dual office holding (manager of Owens Field and president of Midlands Aviation and serve as a member of the Richland-Lexington Airport Commission).

Requested by The Honorable Larry L. Koon, Member, South Carolina House of Representatives.

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September 26, 1977

Opinion on eligibility of a person to serve as a member of the county board of education in the county they reside but employed by a school system in another county.

Requested by Henry Summerall, Jr., Acting Attorney, Aiken County Board of Education.

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August 23, 1977

Opinion on whether or not a speech pathologist or audiologist employed by a State agency would be personally liable in a potential malpractice lawsuit.

Requested by Department of Rehabilitative Sciences, South Carolina State College.

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August 9, 1977

Opinion on malpractice liability of Speech Pathologists/Audiologists employed in public institutions.

Requested by Dr. Harold Powell, Chairman, Department of Rehabilitative Sciences, South Carolina State College.

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