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Sponsors: Rep. Hayes
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Introduced in the House on February 10, 2009
Introduced in the Senate on February 18, 2009
Adopted by the General Assembly on May 21, 2009
Summary: Hoyt Jackson Memorial Highway
HISTORY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS
Date Body Action Description with journal page number ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2/10/2009 House Introduced HJ-17 2/10/2009 House Referred to Committee on Invitations and Memorial Resolutions HJ-17 2/17/2009 House Committee report: Favorable Invitations and Memorial Resolutions HJ-2 2/18/2009 House Adopted, sent to Senate HJ-31 2/18/2009 Senate Introduced SJ-9 2/18/2009 Senate Referred to Committee on Transportation SJ-9 5/21/2009 Senate Recalled from Committee on Transportation SJ-2 5/21/2009 Senate Adopted, returned to House with concurrence SJ-2
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February 17, 2009
S. Printed 2/17/09--H.
Read the first time February 10, 2009.
To whom was referred a Concurrent Resolution (H. 3475) to request that the Department of Transportation name Black Branch Road in Dillon County "Hoyt Jackson Memorial Highway" and erect appropriate markers or signs, etc., respectfully
That they have duly and carefully considered the same and recommend that the same do pass:
HERB KIRSH for Committee.
TO REQUEST THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION NAME BLACK BRANCH ROAD IN DILLON COUNTY "HOYT JACKSON MEMORIAL HIGHWAY" AND ERECT APPROPRIATE MARKERS OR SIGNS ALONG THIS ROAD THAT CONTAIN THE WORDS "HOYT JACKSON MEMORIAL HIGHWAY".
Whereas, the Honorable Hoyt Jackson was born in and a lifelong resident of Dillon County; and
Whereas, he was the son of Shell and Lila Dillon Jackson, the father of two daughters, and the great, great nephew of James W. Dillon, the founder of Dillon County; and
Whereas, Mr. Jackson was an avid politician who served as a Dillon County Commissioner for a number of years, and a successful businessman who operated a farm and spent his entire life in the wholesale/retail grocery business; and
Whereas, he was a member of the Mackey Lodge #77, Woodmen of the World, South Carolina Defense Force during World War II, and served as a Civil Defense Air Raid Warden; and
Whereas, Mr. Jackson was a faithful and active member of Dillon First Baptist Church for fifty-three years where he served on numerous committees; and
Whereas, it is fitting and proper to forever recognize the many accomplishments of this son of South Carolina by having a road in Dillon County named in his honor. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring:
That the members of the General Assembly request that the Department of Transportation name Black Branch Road in Dillon County "Hoyt Jackson Memorial Highway" and erect appropriate markers or signs along this road that contain the words "Hoyt Jackson Memorial Highway".
Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Department of Transportation.
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