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Candace Michelle McMahan, of 117 Brookwood Drive, was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center on Thursday morning and released the same day on a combined $20,000 surety bond.
Joan Phillips, who succeeded Tommye Hurst as executive director of The Arts Center nearly a year ago, has been unanimously approved by Clemson City Council to replace her predecessor again — this time on the Clemson Accommodations Tax Committee.
Area residents and business owners will have a chance to have their voices heard on a variety of issues later this month.
Ten zoning text amendments will be the subject of a 5:30 p.m. public hearing before Clemson City Council’s regular meeting Monday.
School district officials from Oconee and Pickens counties say fans attending home football games at schools in their districts won’t have to pass through metal detectors this year.
Seneca city administrator Scott Moulder said he plans to bring a proposed ordinance on short-term rentals back to city council later this month, a recommendation he said will likely include “a number of changes.”