Lonnie Carter is leaving Santee Cooper after a 35-year career following two failed company projects.
In addition, Carter has access to $858,577 in a separate Santee Cooper retirement account, the newspaper reported.
“This golden parachute is an outrageous affront to the Ratepayers Left Holding the bag in this $4 billion debacle,” McMaster said in a statement.
"This golden parachute is an outrageous affront to the ratepayers left holding the bag in this $4 billion debacle."
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