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Oconee County’s top economic development official dismissed the notion of any correlation between delays in completing the Sewer South project at the county’s industrial park on S.C. Highway 59 and the hesitancy by Michelin North America to become the park’s first tenant.
BorgWarner has agreed to lease approximately 100,000 square feet within the former Propex facility, now known as the Seneca Commerce Center, located at 320 Shiloh Road.
Although a public hearing into a proposed planned development at the corner of Earle Street and Fendley Street failed to generate the same volume of opposition as past projects, several residents did express concerns to Clemson City Council on Monday night.
Just a couple of weeks after giving final approval to the controversial Grandmarc project to be constructed at the old Clemson Center shopping center on Anderson Highway, Clemson City Council has another student housing project to consider.
More than a dozen representatives of the city of Clemson and town of Pendleton met Wednesday to hear ways in which property owned by Pacolet-Milliken can best be used for attracting business, retail and economic development.