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A Clemson City Council member said the recent controversy over plans by Clemson University and Duke Energy to build a proposed $51 million, 16-megawatt natural gas combined heat and power facility near a residential area isn’t the singular issue that has raised the ire of residents.
Residents in the Keowee Vineyards community reported a structure fire at the Cliffs’ Lakehouse Restaurant on Monday at 11:19 p.m., according to a news release from Pickens County.
Oconee County Council will take up talks tonight on an incentive package to lure a major student housing development to the U.S. Highway 123 corridor near Clemson.
A man was airlifted from the Friendship community in Seneca on Monday morning with life-threatening injuries after being electrocuted while attempting to steal power, according to a Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative official.
Clemson city officials say a meeting with Duke Energy about plans for a proposed $51 million, 16-megawatt natural gas combined heat and power facility never took place because the utility wanted it to take place in executive session.
Walhalla City Council will address the search for a new city administrator and plans for the city’s budget at its regular meeting tonight, according to councilman Tjay Bagwell.