Current Status Introducing Body:
SenateBill Number: 1008Primary Sponsor: LourieType of Legislation: CRSubject: Hyman Rubin Interchange namedDate Bill Passed both Bodies: Jun 05, 1991Computer Document Number: 1008Introduced Date: May 23, 1991Last History Body: SenateLast History Date: Jun 05, 1991Last History Type: Received from HouseScope of Legislation: LocalAll Sponsors: Lourie Patterson Courson GieseType of Legislation: Concurrent Resolution
Bill Body Date Action Description CMN ---- ------ ------------ ------------------------------ --- 1008 Senate Jun 05, 1991 Received from House 1008 House Jun 05, 1991 Adopted, returned with concurrence 1008 House May 30, 1991 Committee Report: Favorable 24 1008 House May 27, 1991 Introduced, referred to 24 Committee 1008 Senate May 23, 1991 Introduced, adopted, sent to HouseView additional legislative information at the LPITS web site.
May 30, 1991
Introduced by SENATORS Lourie, Patterson, Courson and Giese
S. Printed 5/30/91--H.
Read the first time May 27, 1991.
To whom was referred a Concurrent Resolution (S. 1008), to name the interchange at the Southeastern Beltway and Fort Jackson Boulevard, etc., respectfully
That they have duly and carefully considered the same, and recommend that the same do pass:
SAMUEL R. FOSTER, for Committee.
TO NAME THE INTERCHANGE AT THE SOUTHEASTERN BELTWAY AND FORT JACKSON BOULEVARD IN RICHLAND COUNTY THE "HYMAN RUBIN INTERCHANGE" AND TO DIRECT THE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TO ERECT APPROPRIATE SIGNS AT BOTH ENDS OF THE INTERCHANGE ON WHICH THE NAME IS CLEARLY INDICATED.
Whereas, Hyman Rubin is first and foremost a great humanitarian who has been guided in his many involvements in government by his deep and genuine concern for people; and
Whereas, he is best described as a true gentleman of vast experience, a scholar, and a man of honor with many talents; and
Whereas, Hyman Rubin has always been active in, State and local affairs and was elected to the City Council of Columbia where he served fourteen years with great distinction as a councilman and mayor pro tempore; and
Whereas, in recognition of his effective service at the municipal level he was elected to the State Senate in 1966 and served until 1984 during which time he served as Chairman of the Richland County Legislative Delegation, Chairman of the Senate Medical Affairs Committee, and the Joint Study Committee on Aging; and
Whereas, in order to recognize the distinguished career of this great South Carolinian, it would be fitting to designate the interchange at the Southeastern Beltway and Fort Jackson Boulevard in the name of Hyman Rubin in recognition of his many years of honorable service and outstanding contributions to the State of South Carolina. Now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring:
That the interchange at the Southeastern Beltway and Fort Jackson Boulevard in Richland County is named the "Hyman Rubin Interchange." The Department of Highways and Public Transportation is directed to erect appropriate signs at both ends of the interchange on which the name is clearly indicated.