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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.
Dirt is officially flying as construction is now underway for the Clemson site of Joe’s New York Pizza, set to open this fall.
Oconee expects Michelin to make a final decision this summer and Casto to break ground before the end of the year, according to the county’s top economic development official.
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.