Articles by Zack Mauldin
The state identifies five types of short-term rentals, according to information on the website of the Municipal Association of South Carolina (https://www.masc.sc/Pages/newsroom/uptown/March-2017/A-short-guide-to-short-term-rentals.aspx).
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Officials said a decision Monday night by the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority to give more than $4 million from its reserve funds to its member cities may help the entire system improve as all sides work to improve inflow and infiltration issues.
Gateway Arts Center is almost 2 years old, and its director hasn’t slowed down in freshening her location up.
Willie: First, let me say that I believe Scott Moulder is the best thing that has happened to Seneca’s development of late.
This year marked the first that the Walhalla Sertoma Club donated proceeds from its main fundraiser, Oktoberfest, totaling $3,000, to provide scholarships to Camp Sertoma, held each summer at the Clemson University Outdoor Laboratory.
Mayor Danny Edwards said Tuesday he is seeking another four years in office, while Councilman David Underwood announced he would end his time in council after eight years when his term expires later this year.
Several online services have been restored to Oconee County’s libraries, and one official is hopeful another piece of the county’s recent malware-caused outage will be repaired by the time school starts this month.
The Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority’s practice of stockpiling money in a reserve fund came to an end Monday when its leaders voted to return cash to its member cities — Seneca, Walhalla and Westminster.
In the letter “Encounters with Jackson,” the author states, “Cummings, the Rev. Al Sharpton and the Rev. Jesse Jackson are all race hustlers.”
In “One down, nine to go,” the author of a recent letter to the editor avers that the Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. the Federal Election Commission represents an assault on the First Amendment to the Constitution.
Only three of the nine suspects recently arrested in a large-scale cocaine distribution operation throughout the Upstate remained in custody on Tuesday, and one of those three could be released today pending a bond hearing.