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  • Executive order no. 2018-26 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-08)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster declares that a State of Emergency exists in South Carolina due to Hurricane Florence.
  • Executive order no. 2018-27 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-08)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster that due to Hurricane Florence, suspends the federal rules and regulations that establish certain registration, permitting, length, width, weight, load, and hours of service ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-28 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-10)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster orders a mandatory evacuation of all health care facilities licensed by DHEC and located in Jasper, Beaufort, Colleton, Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley, Georgetown and Horry ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-29 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-10)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster orders an evacuation of all persons located in coastal areas of the state that may be impacted by Hurricane Florence.
  • Executive order no. 2018-30 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-10)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster orders temporary closure in specified counties of state schools and government offices, including state-supported colleges, universities, and technical colleges due to the ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-31 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-11)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster rescinds the mandatory medical evacuation and general population evacuation orders for certain counties of the state he had placed in an earlier order.
  • Executive order no. 2018-32 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-11)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster rescinds the previous directive to close state government offices (to include state-supported colleges, universities, and technical colleges) and schools that was issued in ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-34 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-15)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster orders a rescission of mandatory medical and general population evacuation for Berkeley County, Charleston County, Dorchester County, and Edisto Beach that was due to the ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-35 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-15)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster rescinds the previous directive to close state government offices in certain counties that were closed due to Hurricane Florence.
  • Executive order no. 2018-36 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-15)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster rescinds the mandatory medical evacuation and general population evacuation orders for Georgetown and Horry Counties due to Hurricane Florence.
  • Executive order no. 2018-38 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-21)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster grants leave with pay to state employees absent from work on Tuesday, September 11, 2018, through the end of Sunday, September 16th, 2018, due to the State of Emergency and ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-39 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-21)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster grants leave with pay to state employees absent from work in Chesterfield, Darlington, Dillon, Kershaw, Marion, Marlboro, and Richland Counties on Monday, September 17, 2018, ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-40 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-21)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster orders a mandatory medical evacuation of healthcare facilities licensed by DHEC.
  • Executive order no. 2018-42 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-24)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster declares that a State of Emergency exists in South Carolina and directs that the South Carolina Emergency Operations Plan be placed into effect. He also directs that all ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-47 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-10-08)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster suspends the federal rules and regulations that establish certain registration, permitting, length, width, weight, and load requirements, as fully set forth below, for ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-48 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-10-09)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster declares that a State of Emergency exists in South Carolina due to the current flood waters, saturated ground, and potential for heavy rain and further impact that may occur ...
  • Executive order no. 2018-49 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-11)
    This executive order by Governor Henry McMaster directs the South Carolina Department of Transportation, the South Carolina Department of Public Safety, and the State Transport Police, as needed, to suspend application and ...
  • [Request for federal support] 

    McMaster, Henry; South Carolina Office of the Governor (South Carolina State Library, 2018-09-20)
    Due to Hurricane Florence, Governor Henry McMaster requests federal assistance in the form of block grants to help in the recovery effort.