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Central officials have begun efforts to find a new police chief, and one of the requirements is that the person live within town limits.
Around two dozen people gathered at the Westminster Depot for a lunch-and-learn event focused on the history of the small town on Wednesday.
A plan for the Oconee Joint Regional Sewer Authority to begin borrowing money for long-range capital projects would require the support of all three member cities, an attorney from the firm hired to handle the financing told commissioners this week.
For virtually all of its 41 years, the Clemson Aquatic Team, described on its website as a “not-for-profit, volunteer-based, year-round swim team serving the Greater Clemson Area,” has held competitions in the pool area at Fike Recreation Center.
Although Clemson residents unsuccessfully sought to get the proposed location of the city power substation on the former National Guard Armory baseball field on Pendleton Road relocated, they urged council members to improve the lines of communication with Clemson University.