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Clemson city officials are waiting for an inspection by a structural engineer to determine the cause of a floor collapse that hurt more than two dozen people early Sunday morning.
The Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority Board of Commissioners has scheduled a called meeting for 4 p.m. today where commissioners will receive an update from attorney Larry Brandt on a proposed agreement with Oconee County Council in which the county would turn over ownership of about $9 million in sewer lines to the sewer authority.
After decades of chatter about a YMCA in Oconee County, the Cottingham Campus of the Foothills Area YMCA held its groundbreaking ceremony Monday afternoon.
Alesia Smith said she feels Clemson City Council needs to do a better job of listening to all residents, including those traditionally underrepresented by the city.
Oconee County Council has already approved an agreement requiring the county to turn over ownership of approximately $9 million in sewer lines and equipment to the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority, with the county paying maintenance costs for those lines until the lines become sustainable through customers.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help finding a 30-year-old man who was charged with kidnapping and first-degree domestic violence early this month.
A 24-year-old Westminster woman was arrested Saturday and authorities are searching for another man in connection with a string of thefts in late August.
Clemson City Council member Jerry Chapman said he has problems with the manner in which the city’s comprehensive plan is being handled, citing the need for more involvement in the process.
With the winter months approaching and the possibility of inclement weather increasing, the School District of Pickens County is giving students, parents and guardians an opportunity to learn more about a new virtual learning system enabling students to make up missed days by completing assignments online.
The Oconee County Planning Commission will sit down with a planning firm and the public next week to discuss the county’s 2020 comprehensive plan.