1976 South Carolina Code of Laws
Updated through the end of the 2006 Regular Session
The South Carolina Legislative Council is offering access to the unannotated South Carolina Code of Laws on the Internet as a service to the public. The unannotated South Carolina Code on the General Assembly's website is now current through the 2006 regular session. The unannotated South Carolina Code, consisting only of Code text and numbering, may be copied from this website at the reader's expense and effort without need for permission.
The Legislative Council is unable to assist users of this service with legal questions. Also, legislative staff cannot respond to requests for legal advice or the application of the law to specific facts. Therefore, to understand and protect your legal rights, you should consult your own private lawyer regarding all legal questions.
While every effort was made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the unannotated South Carolina Code available on the South Carolina General Assembly's website, the unannotated South Carolina Code is not official, and the state agencies preparing this website and the General Assembly are not responsible for any errors or omissions which may occur in these files. Only the current published volumes of the South Carolina Code of Laws Annotated and any pertinent acts and joint resolutions contain the official version.
Please note that the Legislative Council is not able to respond to individual inquiries regarding research or the features, format, or use of this website. However, you may notify Legislative Printing, Information and Technology Systems at LPITS@scstatehouse.net regarding any apparent errors or omissions in content of Code sections on this website, in which case LPITS will relay the information to appropriate staff members of the South Carolina Legislative Council for investigation.
TRI-COUNTY COLISEUM COMMISSION
SECTION 13-15-10. Commission established; purpose.
There is established the Tri-County Coliseum Commission (Commission) for the purpose of providing an agency through which a coliseum facility may be provided for the citizens of the State through the joint participation of any other commissions, counties, municipalities, public or private agencies of the State or of the United States, with such duties, functions, powers and authority as herein provided.
SECTION 13-15-20. Members; terms.
The Commission shall consist of eleven members and shall be composed of as follows:
(a) three members appointed annually, one from each county council of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties;
(b) three members appointed at large from the legislative delegation for a three-year term by the legislative delegation from each county; provided, however, that the first Commission shall be appointed as follows: one member from Berkeley for a term of one year, one member from Charleston for a term of two years and one member from Dorchester for a term of three years;
(c) four members at large for a three-year term appointed by the county council from each county. Provided, however, the first Commission to be appointed shall be composed as follows: one member from Berkeley for a term of three years, one member from Charleston for a term of one year, one member from Charleston for a term of three years, and one member from Dorchester for a term of two years;
(d) the remaining member shall be appointed on an annual basis by the Charleston Delegation upon recommendation by the Exchange Club Coastal Carolina Fair of Charleston.
All members serving on the Commission shall serve without compensation.
SECTION 13-15-30. Commission officers; terms.
The Commission shall elect one of its members as chairman, one as vice-chairman, and one of its members, or any other competent person, as secretary of the Commission. The chairman and vice-chairman of the Commission shall serve for a term of one year and until their successors are appointed and qualify.
SECTION 13-15-40. Powers of the Commission.
The Commission shall have the authority to plan, establish, equip, staff, operate, regulate and protect a coliseum facility within the territory to be designated in Berkeley, Charleston or Dorchester Counties; to contract, sue and be sued in its own name; to make by-laws for the management and regulation of its affairs; to acquire real and personal property by whatever means, to mortgage, pledge, license or lease its real and personal property; to receive funds by loan, grant, donation and appropriations and to make application therefor; to establish and collect reasonable charges for the use, lease or license of its facilities.
SECTION 13-15-50. Regulations.
The Tri-County Coliseum Commission is authorized to promulgate regulations governing the use of roads, streets, parking facilities and all other facilities upon the lands of the Tri-County Coliseum Commission. Such regulations are declared to be applicable to the roads, streets and parking facilities under the control of the commission. All regulations promulgated by the Commission shall be in accordance with the provisions of chapter 23 of title 1.