Facing what some called a bare-bones budget last year, Oconee administrator Scott Moulder laid out a plan to complete $32 million in capital projects through debt-service projections — basically reassuming debt as previous projects are paid off.
What a great start to 2016 in the Golden Corner of South Carolina. Homes are selling at a brisk pace, and interest rates have dropped slightly to under four percent in most cases. Unemployment rates are low in the area as well.
Last week, the management at Oconee Memorial Hospital and its parent company, Greenville Health System, took a little heat from local physicians and even this newspaper for the potential handling of a vote to unify the two medical staffs.