The Richland County Council used restaurant tax money to purchase what it now calls Pinewood Lake Park, and continues pumping money into it, based on the belief that it will draw tourists to the county. Seriously.
The Richland County Council used restaurant tax money to purchase what it now calls Pinewood Lake Park, and continues pumping money into it, based on the belief that it will draw tourists to the county. Seriously. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
The Richland County Council used restaurant tax money to purchase what it now calls Pinewood Lake Park, and continues pumping money into it, based on the belief that it will draw tourists to the county. Seriously. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com

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