JWC Reviews Financial Report Behind Closed Doors

JENKINSVILLE – Monday night the Jenkinsville Water Company (JWC) met for their monthly board meeting. The meeting began with President Gregrey Ginyard fielding question from customers and visitors. Ginyard answered questions about the capacity in which the company’s certified public accountant serves. Ginyard said that the CPA handles all financial records. Ginyard fielded a follow-up question about how much grant money is received by the Jenkinsville Water Company and what purpose those monies serve.

“The Jenkinsville Water Company is self supporting and does receive grants for day-to-day operations,” Ginyard said.

After public comments the board then reviewed the monthly operator report. Well four produced 812,300 gallons, well five produced 181,300 gallons, well nine produced 166,300 gallons, the County Road well produced 1,679,600 gallons, well 11 produced 301,080 gallons and well 13 produced 908,900 gallons for a total well production of 4,049,480 gallons.

Mid-County sold 62,000 gallons to the JWC and the total demand was 4,211,480 gallons.

The board then voted to move into executive session to discuss their yearly financial report, an item not listed as exempt from public discussion by the S.C. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

The Jenkinsville Water Company held their annual meeting and election of officers Wednesday night. For details of that meeting, see the Jan. 18 edition of The Voice.

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