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A potential for more than $5 million in federal and state grants to bring sewer service to two exits along Interstate 85 in southern Oconee County cleared a hurdle Tuesday night when Oconee County Council approved spending $613,300 for engineering costs for the project.
Clemson City Council recently approved a sole-source bid for the Tottie’s Place south bridge and walkway project. But not all council members were happy that multiple bids were not considered.
After meeting with district officials in executive session earlier this week, members of the the Oconee County School Board said no decision has been made yet from three options for a future site for a new Seneca Middle School.
Wendy Golten has requested items about city services including the electrical system, fire station, Music on Main, city credit cards and other city financial information.
Oconee County School Board members say West-Oak Middle School, which opened a little more than a decade ago, is serving as the model for planning a new Seneca Middle School.
Although he grew up in Atlanta and has family roots in the Newberry area, John Fulmer said Clemson has always felt like home. After all, Fulmer’s dad, Fulmer and his children are all Clemson University graduates.