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With nearly a quarter-century representing the Seneca area in District 2 of the S.C. House of Representatives, Bill Sandifer said his experience and record of public service makes him an effective legislator to deal with issues the state faces.
Clemson Planning and Codes director Todd Steadman said an inspection Thursday by an independent structural engineer into the floor collapse at The Woodlands clubhouse did not appear to show anything out of line with the building codes in place at the time of its 2005 construction.
Brooklyn Thomason doesn’t let birth defects that have kept her from being able to walk or use her hands to define her.
Seneca police officers now have the authority to remove people who have been setting up tents and using electrical power behind the former Hometown Food Store building as well as any other properties owned by the Seneca Improvements Corporation.
Bids for construction of the Cochran Road wastewater treatment plant expansion, to be located on the site where the former office and lab building now stands, are too high for the city of Clemson’s liking.
The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office has released 17 calls made to 911 dispatchers in the aftermath of the early-Sunday morning floor collapse at The Woodlands in Clemson, which injured approximately 30 people.