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While the reception to dedicate the Martin House at Sandifer Funeral Home was an emotional moment to open a more home-like option and hand the keys to the next director, Cecil Sandifer made a point to give back to the community that gave so much to him.
A Tuesday meeting between a representative of the Piedmont Municipal Power Agency and Westminster City Council was scrapped at the last minute due to questions about the ability of the meeting to be held in public.
Walhalla City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night allowing the city to partner with a company to collect business license fees.
The Chick-fil-A on Sandifer Boulevard in Seneca is planning to shut down operations at the end of the month for about six weeks to make changes to the restaurant.
While saying the city of Seneca is in an overall good financial shape, the man who presented results of the city’s financial audit Tuesday night told Mayor Dan Alexander and city council they may need to consider tax and utility rate increases in the near future.