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Seneca city officials are hopeful two incentive programs designed to attract new businesses and encourage property improvements in downtown Seneca will spur development and growth.
Clemson Park, which was the home of the Clemson Parks and Recreation Department before its relocation to Nettles Park, sits mostly empty these days, with the exception of a community garden.
Eight candidates, but only one incumbent, filed for three open Clemson City Council seats during the two-week period that officially ended at noon Wednesday.
South Carolina’s annual sales tax holiday weekend kicks off at 12:01 a.m. Friday and runs until midnight on Sunday.