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Clemson City Council has approved an architectural services agreement that will allow the firm that has already started work on the Littlejohn Community Center expansion the ability to continue with the project.
Business leaders shared strategies and resources during a business forum Thursday afternoon to help area small and mid-sized businesses compete with the larger companies moving into the Upstate to attract and retain employees.
Oconee County Council approved $15,000 in funding for a parks, recreation and tourism effort focused on replacing a failing culvert at Chau Ram County Park.
Representatives from electric companies throughout the area were on hand Wednesday morning at Tri-County Technical College as part of the official announcement of a $200,000 Duke Energy grant to develop and train future power line workers.
As School District of Oconee County officials consider whether to recommend a year-round calendar next month, residents told trustees this week the proposal would negatively impact students.
With the city working to cut nearly $1 million to balance its general and utility fund budgets for the upcoming fiscal year, revisiting a county proposal from two years ago to absorb the Westminster Fire Department could be an option.
Seneca’s Jazz on the Alley will open for a new season next month, less than a year after the city began a more intentional focus on building business and attracting people downtown on nights when Jazz isn’t filling the street on Ram Cat Alley.