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Clemson University director of planning and design Gerald VanderMey said the university is growing at a normal rate and he doesn’t envision a time when it will evolve into a mega campus.
One of the oldest and most prominent eyesores in the city of Clemson may soon be demolished to make room for a new mixed-use project.
Property tax collections in Oconee County are up more than $1.7 million so far over a year ago, according to information provided by the county treasurer’s office.
A policy revision allowing parents or legal guardians of elementary-age children to bring medication into schools is under consideration by the Oconee County School Board.
All too often, it seems municipalities engage in a sort of turf war with one another, afraid that anything benefiting one will cause harm to the other.
Members of the Oconee, Pickens and Anderson county councils toured the renovated Ruby Hicks Hall on the Pendleton campus of Tri-County Technical College last week and heard from college officials about future facility plans.
The executive staff of the Clemson Police Department has been asked to help the Central Police Department while it is without a police chief, with duties including an assessment of the organizational structure and day-to-day operational practices.