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Two of the most ardent promoters of agriculture in Oconee County brought a plateful of facts, figures and ideas to the Oconee Economic Alliance meeting Thursday on what it takes to bring home-grown food from the farm to the kitchen table.
Like most preceding it, another mixed-use development proposed for College Avenue is generating controversy.
As if 95-degree weather isn’t hot enough, Terri Meyerring spends most afternoons standing between a 650-degree oven and an industrial grill in the back of a former FedEx truck.
Oconee’s chief economic developer had a simple message for the county’s Capital Projects Advisory Committee on Thursday: “If you build it, they will come.”
Nearly a month after Stantec officials presented their formal plan designed to address the best use of property owned by Pacolet-Milliken for the Clemson and Pendleton areas, the next step in the process will take place today.