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When Clemson City Council held the second of two consecutive evenings of budget meetings earlier this week, Councilman Mark Cato said he was bothered by a proposed 2 percent increase in utility rates.
Calling a phone scammer back can give a criminal a tool to use against others, including using the victim’s phone number to make similar calls to other people, according to Walhalla Police Chief Sean Brinson.
More than 50 residents showed up this week at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church voicing ideas, concerns and frustrations over a number of local issues during the third of six planned community input meetings held by Clemson City Council.
Attracting and keeping industry in Oconee County are top priorities for the Oconee Economic Alliance, and interim executive director Janet Hartman said she and alliance staff have already visited 12 local industries in 2019 to let them know they are valuable to the county.