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Walhalla City Council members approved recommendations for a combined $17,500 in hospitality tax funds to help with projects at the the Walhalla Performing Arts Center and the city pool.
Town administrator Phillip Mishoe said this week that Central Police Sgt. Steve Thompson and Steven Miller of the Clemson University Police Department are the top choices to succeed former Chief Khristy Justice, who resigned earlier this year.
With Pioneer Rural Water District’s new water treatment plant set to open soon, general manager Terry Pruitt says a rate increase that took effect in October partially to help pay for the new plant will likely keep the district from having another rate hike this year.
Walhalla City Council said Tuesday night it doesn’t believe the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority should go into debt to fund capital projects.
While last week’s drowning of a 19-year-old Greenville County man marked the 18th death since 1993 at Fall Creek Landing on Lake Keowee, none of those victims were from Oconee County.