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The current Seneca City budget includes a 3-mill increase over the previous year as well as rate increases for most services offered by the city. City officials said the additional money is needed for long-range plans to help various departments be able to deal with future growth.
More than 150 education, business and industry leaders gathered at the Madren Center Thursday to hear about career opportunities in advanced manufacturing available for high school students and to dispel myths regarding technical education.
Clemson residents will have an opportunity to weigh in on the proposed renaming of Finley Street to Fendley Street when the city’s planning commission holds a public hearing at 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Oconee County filed a motion Friday to alter or amend a judge’s ruling against the county and in favor of a group of property owners over a disputed zoning designation even as the two sides say they are continuing talks about a possible compromise that would end the legal battle.