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H*4633
Session 120 (2013-2014) 

H*4633(Rat #0164, Act #0300 of 2014)  General Bill, By Gambrell, Gagnon, Bowen, 
Putnam, Thayer and White
 AN ACT TO AMEND ACT 510 OF 1982, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO THE ANDERSON COUNTY
 BOARD OF EDUCATION, SO AS TO REAPPORTION THE DISTRICTS FROM WHICH BOARD
 MEMBERS ARE ELECTED; AND TO AMEND ACT 509 OF 1982, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO THE
 ELECTION OF TRUSTEES OF THE FIVE ANDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS, SO AS TO
 REAPPORTION THESE DISTRICTS. - ratified title

   02/06/14  House  Introduced, read first time, placed on calendar
                     without reference (House Journal-page 16)
   02/07/14         Scrivener's error corrected
   02/18/14  House  Read second time (House Journal-page 20)
   02/18/14  House  Roll call Yeas-60  Nays-0 (House Journal-page 20)
   02/19/14  House  Read third time and sent to Senate
                     (House Journal-page 13)
   02/19/14  Senate Introduced, read first time, placed on local &
                     uncontested calendar (Senate Journal-page 11)
   03/26/14  Senate Read second time (Senate Journal-page 49)
   04/02/14  Senate Read third time and enrolled (Senate Journal-page 14)
   04/03/14         Ratified R 164
   04/07/14         Signed By Governor
   04/09/14         Effective date 04/07/14
   09/08/14         Act No. 300



VERSIONS OF THIS BILL

2/6/2014
2/6/2014-A
2/7/2014
2/19/2014



H. 4633

(A300, R164, H4633)

AN ACT TO AMEND ACT 510 OF 1982, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO THE ANDERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, SO AS TO REAPPORTION THE DISTRICTS FROM WHICH BOARD MEMBERS ARE ELECTED; AND TO AMEND ACT 509 OF 1982, AS AMENDED, RELATING TO THE ELECTION OF TRUSTEES OF THE FIVE ANDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS, SO AS TO REAPPORTION THESE DISTRICTS.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina:

Anderson County Board of Education election districts reapportioned

SECTION    1.    Section 1(A) of Act 510 of 1982, as last amended by Act 402 of 2002, is further amended to read:

"(A)(1)    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, beginning with vacancies filled at the election conducted in 2014, the nine defined single-member election districts from which each member of the Anderson County Board of Education must be elected by the qualified electors of that district are as defined on the official map designated a S-07-00-14 prepared by and on file with the Office of Research and Statistics of the State Budget and Control Board.

(2)    The demographic information shown on this map is as follows:

District    Pop    Dev.    %Dev.    NH_WHT    %NH_WHT    NH_BLK    %NH_BLK VAP

1    21,360 568Next    2.73%    17,941    83.99%        2,682    12.56%    16,976

2    20,760 -32    -0.15%    18,577    89.48%        1,315    6.33%    15,191

3    20,581 -211    -1.01%    18,301    88.92%        1,320    6.41%    15,587

4    21,067 275    1.32%    18,188    86.33%        1,705    8.09%    15,705

5    20,586 206    0.99%    17,477    84.90%        2,634    12.80% 15,694

6    20,707 -85    -0.41%    17,239    83.25%        2,650    12.80% 15,835

7    20,976 184    0.88%    16,810    80.14%        2,909    13.87% 16,339

8    20,534 -258    -1.24%    15,360    74.80%        3,806    18.54% 15,832

9    20,555 -237    -1.14%    7,469    36.34%        12,059    58.67% 15,142

Total    166,571                        139,893                        19,021                127,159

District    NHWVAP    %NHWVAP        NHBVAP    %NHBVAP        AllOth AllOthVAP

1        14,528            85.58%            1,944            11.45%        737            504

2        13,752            90.53%            897            5.90%        868            542

3        14,068            90.25%            898            5.76%        960            621

4        13,791            87.81%            1,186            7.55%    1174            728

5        13,506            86.06%            1,870            11.92%        475            318

6        13,409            84.68%            1,878            11.86%        818            548

7        13,535            82.84%            1,984            12.14%    1257            820

8        12,287            77.61%            2,598            16.41%    1368            947

9        6,130            40.48%            8,346            55.12%    1027            666

Total    108,876                            13,255            10.42%    7657        5028."

Anderson County School Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 election districts reapportioned

SECTION    2.    Act 509 of 1982, as last amended by Act 347 of 2004, is further amended by adding a new section to read:

"Section 13A.    (A)(1)    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, beginning with school trustee elections in 2014, vacancies on the seven-member governing body of Anderson County School District 1 must be filled in the manner provided by law from the seven numbered single-member districts as defined on Anderson County School District 1 map S-07-01-14 as maintained in the Office of Research and Statistics of the State Budget and Control Board. A candidate must reside in the specific numbered district for which the candidate files for election. Each of the seven members must be elected by the qualified electors of all of Anderson County School District 1 with the winner for each numbered district determined by plurality vote.

(2)    The demographic information shown on this map is as follows:

District    Pop    Dev.    %Dev.    NH_WHT    %NH_WHT    NH_BLK    %NH_BLK VAP

1    7,244    129    1.81%        6,344            87.58%        472        6.52%    5,275

2    7,147    32    0.45%        6,543            91.55%        378        5.29%    5,227

3    7,028    -87    -1.22%        6,239            88.77%        421        5.99%    5,288

4    6,983 -132    -1.86%        6,116            87.58%        Previous568        8.13%    5,352

5    7,063    -52    -0.73%        6,295            89.13%        374        5.30%    5,259

6    7,248    133    1.87%        6,334            87.39%        429        5.92%    5,390

7    7,095    -20    -0.28%        6,373            89.82%        465        6.55%    5,229

Total 49,808                        44,244                        3,107                37,020

District    NHWVAP    %NHWVAP        NHBVAP    %NHBVAP    AllOth    AllOthVAP

1            4,690            8.91%            314            5.95%    428            271

2            4,814            92.10%            259            4.96%    226            154

3            4,762            90.05%            279            5.28%    368            247

4            4,750            88.75%            411            7.68%    299            191

5            4,784            90.97%            229            4.35%    394            246

6            4,802            89.09%            294            5.45%    485            294

7            4,752            90.88%            326            6.23%    257            151

Total        33,354                            2,112            5.71%    2457        1554

(3)    The boundaries of Anderson County School District 1 are not altered by the provisions of this subsection. These school district lines are as defined by law and any census blocks which may be divided are done so only for statistical purposes and to establish a population base.

(B)(1)    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, beginning with the school trustee elections in 2014, vacancies on the seven-member governing body of Anderson County School District 2 must be filled in the manner provided by law as follows:

(a)    two members each from Districts 1 and 2 and one member each from Districts 3 and 4, the numbered districts being as defined on Anderson County School District 2 map S-07-02-14, as maintained in the Office of Research and Statistics of the State Budget and Control Board; and

(b)    one member elected from Anderson County School District 2 at large.

A candidate for a numbered district seat must reside in the district for which the candidate files for election. Each of the seven members must be elected by the qualified electors of all of Anderson County School District 2 with the winners from each numbered district seat and the at-large seat determined by plurality vote.

(2)    The demographic information shown on this map is as follows:

District    Pop    Dev.    %Dev.    NH_WHT    %NH_WHT    NH_BLK    %NH_BLK VAP

1    7,464    0        0%        6,005            80.45%        1,247        16.71%    5,736

2    7,378    -86    -1.15%        6,325            85.73%        898        12.17%    5,632

3    3,776    44    1.18%        3,452            91.42%        263        6.97%    2,879

4    3,776    44    1.18%        2,635            69.78%        1,017        26.93%    2,904

Total    22,394                        18,417                            3,425                    17,151

District    NHWVAP    %NHWVAP    NHBVAP    %NHBVAP        AllOth    AllOthVAP

1            4,732            82.50%        869            15.15%        212                135

2            4,934            87.61%        595            10.56%        155                103

3            2,629            91.32%        212            7.36%        61                38

4            2,074            71.42%        755            26%        124                75

Total        14,369                        2,431        14.17%        552                351

(3)    The boundaries of Anderson County School District 2 are not altered by the provisions of this subsection. These school district lines are as defined by law and any census blocks which may be divided are done so only for statistical purposes and to establish a population base.

(C)(1)    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, beginning with the school trustee elections in 2014, vacancies on the five-member governing body of Anderson County School District 3 must be filled in the manner provided by law as follows:

(a)    one member each from the four numbered districts as defined on Anderson County School District 3 map S-07-03-14, as maintained in the Office of Research and Statistics of the State Budget and Control Board; and

(b)    one member elected from Anderson County School District 3 at large.

A candidate for a numbered district seat must reside in the district for which the candidate filed for election. Each of the five members must be elected by the qualified electors of all of Anderson County School District 3 with the winners from each numbered district seat and the at-large seat determined by plurality vote.

(2)    The demographic information shown on this map is as follows:

District    Pop    Dev.    %Dev.    NH_WHT    %NH_WHT    NH_BLK    %NH_BLK VAP

1    3,751    -38    -1%    3,152            84.03%        515        13.73%    2,834

2    3,854    65    1.72%    3,249            84.30%        479        12.43%    2,861

3    3,754    -35    -0.92%    3,092            82.37%        479        12.76%    2,813

4    3,797    8    0.21%    3,548            93.44%        169        4.45%    2,948

Total    15,156                        13,041                        1,642                    11,456

District    NHWVAP    %NHWVAP    NHBVAP    %NHBVAP        AllOth    AllOthVAP

1            2,381            84.02%        395        13.94%            84            58

2            2,468            86.26%        312        10.91%            126            81

3            2,332            82.90%        362        12.87%            183        119

4            2,775            94.13%        126        4.27%            80            47

Total        9,956                        1,195        10.43%            473        305

(3)    The boundaries of Anderson County School District 3 are not altered by the provisions of this subsection. These school district lines are as defined by law and any census blocks which may be divided are done so only for statistical purposes and to establish a population base.

(D)(1)    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, beginning with the school trustee elections in 2014, vacancies on the five-member governing body of Anderson County School District 4 must be filled in the manner provided by law, one member each from the five single-member districts as defined on Anderson County School District 4 map S-07-04-14, as maintained in the Office of Research and Statistics of the State Budget and Control Board.

A candidate must reside in the numbered single-member district for which the candidate files for election. The member must be elected by the qualified electors of the numbered district of Anderson County School District 4, with the winner determined by a plurality vote.

(2)    The demographic information shown on this map is as follows:

District    Pop    Dev.    %Dev.    NH_WHT    %NH_WHT    NH_BLK        %NH_BLK VAP

1    4,274    3    0.07%        3,987            93.28%        175        4.09%    3,511

2    4,240    -31    -0.73%        3,435            81.01%        646        15.24%    3,326

3    4,225    -46    -1.08%        2,844            67.31%    1,190        28.17%    3,344

4    4,312    41    0.96%        3,740            86.73%        452        10.48%    3,377

5    4,308    37    0.87%        3,928            91.18%        232        5.39%    3,425

Total    21,359                        17,934                        2,695                    16,983

District    NHWVAP    %NHWVAP    NHBVAP    %NHBVAP        AllOth        AllOthVAP

1            3,308            94.22%        127            3.62%        112                76

2            2,767            83.19%        457        13.74%        159                102

3            2,338            69.92%        870        26.02%        191                136

4            2,951            87.39%        346        10.25%        120                80

5            3,167            92.47%        152        4.44%        148                106

Total    14,531                        1,952        11.49%        730                500

(3)    The boundaries of Anderson County School District 4 are not altered by the provisions of this subsection. These school district lines are as defined by law and any census blocks which may be divided are done so only for statistical purposes and to establish a population base.

(E)(1)    Notwithstanding any other provision of law, beginning with school trustee elections in 2014, vacancies on the nine-member governing body of Anderson County School District 5 must be filled in the manner provided by law as follows:

(a)    one member elected from each of the seven single-member districts defined on Anderson County School District 5 map as maintained in the Office of Research and Statistics of the State Budget and Control Board; and

(b)    two members elected at large from Anderson County School District 5.

A candidate for a numbered district seat must reside in the single-member district for which the candidate files for election. These members must be elected by the qualified electors of the specific numbered district of Anderson County School District 5, with the winner determined by a plurality vote. The two at-large members must reside in Anderson County School District 5 when they file for election and must be elected by the qualified electors of Anderson County School District 5, with the winner determined by plurality vote. All members shall serve for terms of four years and until their successors are elected and qualify.

(2)    The demographic information on the map is as follows:

District    Pop    Dev.    %Dev.    NH_WHT    %NH_WHT    NH_BLK    %NH_BLK VAP

1    11,236    9    0.08%    8,750            77.87%    2,022        18%    8,709

2    11,046    -181    -1.61%    5,421            49.08%    5,050    45.72%    8,064

3    11,412    185    1.65%    8,190            71.77%    2,260    19.80%    8,761

4    11,447    220    1.96%    9,455            82.60%    1,388    12.13%    8,862

5    11,174    -53    -0.47%    3,475            31.10%    7,070    63.27%    8,285

6    10,953    -274    -2.44%    8,947            81.69%    1,339    12.22%    8,023

7    11,324    97    0.86%    9,666            85.36%    1,085    9.58%    9,141

Total    78,592                53,904                        20,214                59,845

District    NHWVAP    %NHWVAP    NHBVAP    %NHBVAP        AllOth        AllOthVAP

1            6,957            79.88%    1,426            16.37%        464            326

2            4,343            53.86%    3,326            41.25%        575            395

3            6,580            75.11%    1,541            17.59%        962            640

4            7,492            84.54%    937            10.57%        604            433

5            2,875            34.70%    4,998            60.33%        629            412

6            6,720            83.76%    895            11.16%        667            408

7            7,978            87.28%    791            8.65%        573            372

Total        42,945                        13,914            23.25%        4474            2986

(3)    The boundaries of Anderson County School District 5 are not altered by the provisions of this subsection. These school district lines are as defined by law and any census blocks which may be divided are done so only for statistical purposes and to establish a population base."

Time effective

SECTION    3.    This act takes effect upon approval by the Governor.

Ratified the 3rd day of April, 2014.

Approved the 7th day of April, 2014.

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