Several members of Clemson City Council expressed criticism Monday night of the School District of Pickens County for failing to mandate masks for children in schools despite receiving clearance from the state Department of Education.
Students at schools and similar settings in Clemson will continue to be required to wear masks for at least the next 60 days while those inside essential businesses open to the public are no longer required to do so.
The first in a series of meetings is planned today between St. Louis-based Development Strategies and Clemson developers and business and community leaders designed to create a redevelopment plan for the area designated as Uptown.
Kimley-Horn, which is developing the master plan for the Nettles Park expansion, is slated to give its final presentation to the Clemson Parks and Recreation Department Advisory Board on Wednesday — but turnout for previous presentations to the public has not been ideal.
Clemson city administrator Andy Blondeau announced dates for public input sessions for the Uptown redevelopment workshop led by St. Louis-based Development Strategies during Monday night’s regularly scheduled city council meeting.