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By a unanimous vote of 5-0, the Oconee County School Board approved first reading Monday night of a proposed fiscal year 2015 budget of $92,191,612 that doesn’t include a tax increase.
A solar trash compactor called “Big Belly” is being used by the City of Clemson as a pilot project to handle large volumes of trash that often overflow normal containers.
The City of Clemson and Pacolet-Milliken announced plans Monday night for a joint venture regarding an economic development initiative along U.S. Highway 76.
Clemson city administrator Rick Cotton said Monday night that the city’s insurance carrier has refused to cover the cost the city is incurring in a civil action lawsuit recently filed by a group of residents opposed to a College Avenue high rise project.