Bill 562: Consolidation of Sumter County School District South Carolina Legislature Online



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South Carolina General Assembly

122nd Session, 2017-2018


A106, R86, S562
STATUS INFORMATION
General Bill

Sponsors: Senators McElveen and Johnson

Document Path: l:\s-res\jtm\008sumt.kmm.jtm.docx
Introduced in the Senate on March 16, 2017

Introduced in the House on March 28, 2017

Last Amended on May 11, 2017

Passed by the General Assembly on May 11, 2017

Governor's Action: May 19, 2017, Vetoed

Legislative veto action(s): Veto overridden


Summary: Consolidation of Sumter County School District

HISTORY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS
Date Body Action Description with journal page number

3/16/2017 Senate Introduced, read first time, placed on local & uncontested calendar (Senate Journalpage 8)

3/23/2017 Senate Read second time (Senate Journalpage 17)

3/23/2017 Senate Unanimous consent for third reading on next legislative day (Senate Journalpage 17)

3/24/2017 Senate Read third time and sent to House (Senate Journalpage 1)

3/28/2017 House Introduced and read first time (House Journalpage 11)

3/28/2017 House Referred to Sumter Delegation (House Journalpage 11)

5/4/2017 House Recalled from Committee on Sumter Delegation (House Journalpage 43)

5/9/2017 House Amended (House Journalpage 58)

5/9/2017 House Read second time (House Journalpage 58)

5/9/2017 House Roll call Yeas100 Nays0 (House Journalpage 59)

5/10/2017 House Read third time and returned to Senate with amendments (House Journalpage 12)

5/11/2017 Senate House amendment amended (Senate Journalpage 147)

5/11/2017 Senate Returned to House with amendments (Senate Journalpage 147)

5/11/2017 House Concurred in Senate amendment and enrolled (House Journalpage 61)

5/11/2017 House Roll call Yeas81 Nays0 (House Journalpage 62)

5/15/2017 Ratified R 86

5/19/2017 Vetoed by Governor

5/23/2017 Senate Veto overridden by originating body Ayes40 Nays0 (Senate Journalpage 42)

6/6/2017 House Veto overridden Yeas101 Nays0

6/21/2017 Effective date 6/6/17

7/12/2017 Act No. 106


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VERSIONS OF THIS BILL
3/16/2017

3/16/2017-A

5/4/2017

5/9/2017

5/11/2017

(A106, R86, S562)


AN ACT TO AMEND ACT 321 OF 2010, RELATING TO THE CONSOLIDATION OF THE SUMTER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT, SO AS TO PROVIDE FOR TWO ATLARGE MEMBERS OF THE SUMTER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES, TO PROVIDE FOR THE INITIAL APPOINTMENT AND SUBSEQUENT ELECTION OF ATLARGE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS, TO ABOLISH THE ATLARGE SEATS FOLLOWING THE NEXT REAPPORTIONMENT AND TO ASSIGN THE FORMER ATLARGE SEATS TO NEWLY CREATED SINGLE MEMBER DISTRICTS, AND TO STAGGER THE TERMS OF THE ATLARGE SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS.

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


Sumter County School District, atlarge members added
SECTION 1. Section 2(A) of Act 321 of 2010 is amended to read:
“Section 2. (A)(1) The school district must be governed by a board of trustees of nine members, one of whom must be elected from each district from which members of the Sumter County Council are elected and two members from the county at large. The members of the board must be elected in nonpartisan elections. A member of the board representing a district must be a resident of the school district and the election district from which he is elected.

(2)(a) The two atlarge members of the board shall initially be appointed to the board by the members of the Sumter County Legislative Delegation. The appointees shall serve on the board until the next scheduled nonpartisan school district election. Members appointed by the Sumter County Legislative Delegation are eligible for election.



(b)(1) Both atlarge members elected to the board in 2018 shall be elected to a term of four years. One atlarge seat shall be designated as School Board Seat 8, and one atlarge seat shall be designated as School Board Seat 9.

(2) Following the 2020 decennial census, two new singlemember districts shall be established, giving the Sumter County School District a total of nine singlemember districts. One of the new singlemember districts shall be designated as District 8, and the other new single member district shall be designated as District 9. A member shall be elected from each of the two new apportioned singlemember districts beginning with the first school district election following reapportionment. The atlarge seats on the school board are abolished when District 8 and District 9 become singlemember districts. Candidates seeking election from the two new singlemember districts must be residents of the school district and the election districts from which they are elected.

(3) The member elected in the first school district election following reapportionment from the new singlemember district whose district number corresponds to the atlarge seat number receiving the most votes in the 2018 election shall serve for a term of four years. The member elected in the first school district election following reapportionment from the other new singlemember district shall serve for a term of two years. Thereafter, the terms for members elected from District 8 and District 9 shall be four years.

(3) School board elections shall be nonpartisan and shall be conducted on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November every two years. Members of the board must be elected for fouryear terms and until their successors are elected and qualify. In the event of a vacancy on the board occurring for a reason other than expiration of a term, the board shall call a special election to fill the unexpired term, so long as the vacancy does not occur within one hundred eighty days of a regular trustee election. In this case, the vacancy must be filled for the unexpired term through appointment by the Governor. All members of the board shall serve until their successors are elected and qualify. The Sumter Registration and Election Commission shall conduct and supervise the elections for members of the board in the manner as for the election of the Sumter County Council, subject to the election laws of this State, mutatis mutandis. The commissioners shall prepare the necessary ballots, appoint managers for the voting precincts, and do all things necessary to carry out the elections, including the counting of ballots and declaring the results. The commission shall publish notices of the elections in the same manner provided in Section 71335. The results of the elections must be determined by the nonpartisan plurality method as contained in Section 51561. The members of the board elected in these nonpartisan elections shall take office one week following certification of their election as provided in Section 5919315.

(4) The members of the board shall elect a chairman and other officers they consider necessary to serve for terms of two years in these capacities.”
Time effective
SECTION 2. This act takes effect upon approval by the Governor.
Ratified the 15th day of May, 2017.
Vetoed by the Governor -- 5/19/17.

Veto overridden by Senate -- 5/23/17.



Veto overridden by House -- 6/6/17.
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