No Town of Indian Land

This is not the time


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The Growing Indian Land Traffic Problem

  • A recent opinion (2016) by the SC Attorney General strongly suggests that any roads currently maintained by the county would become the responsibility of an incorporated municipality. The Lancaster County website also seems to support this. VTOIL argues this has never happened but the opinion is new and would a new town want to risk being the first to have the opinion/ruling enforced?  The VTOIL budget does not account for this possibility.  Remember, this incorporation effort encompasses 58 square miles of territory which would include a substantial number of non-state maintained roads.
  • In addition to the above, the proposed town would be responsible for funding, construction, and maintenance of new roads.
  • Incorporation does not magically cure traffic problems, evidenced by similar traffic problems in Tega Cay, Indian Trail, Waxhaw, etc.