The City of Mullins was so very proud to award our Employee of the Year Award to the Mullins Street/Sanitation Department on Monday, February 4th at the Greater Mullins Chamber of Commerce Banquet.
Aside from the regular, everyday maintenance they perform within the City of Mullins, 2018 saw Hurricane Florence hit our area hard and our Street Department went to work! As soon as word came that the hurricane was headed our way Tarus Gilchrist, Street/Sanitation Supervisor, had his crew out working on clearing ditches, catch basin and drainage areas in preparation for the water that would be coming with the storm. We truly believe that this preparation is was prevented much of our City from staying under water as long as all the other areas in Marion County.
Congratulations City of Mullins Street/Sanitation Department Employees: Tarus Gilchrist, Dennis Floyd, George Hume, Wayne Scott, Clifton Livingston, Rakell Sanders, Curtis Godbolt, Ray Mullins, Johnny Williams, Freddie Mills, Jessie Catlette and Leroy Graham.
Picture of the Depot taken by Eddie Edwards, City Code Enforcement Officer
The City of Mullins is working with the City of Marion to provide shelter from the extreme temperatures we expect over the next week or two. The shelter is located at the Marion City Fire Department. People needing transportation to the facility may report to the Mullins City Fire station and transportation will be arranged as soon as it is available. Residents may call the Mullins Fire Station at 843-464-8755 with any questions.