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The Chester Soil and Water Conservation District, a subdivision of state government, was organized on March 4, 1938, in accordance with Conservation District Law Number 182 of the 1937 South Carolina General Assembly. It was originally organized as a part of the Catawba Conservation District, which included Chester, Fairfield, Lancaster, and York Counties. The Chester District became a single county conservation district on July 7, 1950.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
ALLEN L. BEER, CHAIRMAN
JEFF WILSON, VICE CHAIRMAN
LOUIE M. (MAC) TURNER, SECRETARY-TREASURER
D. RODGER MCDANIEL
JOE S. GASTON, JR.
REV. DR. DWIGHT PEARSON, CHAPLAIN
ANN CHRISTIE, ACTING DISTRICT CONSERVATIONIST