When will the electric buses run?

February 26, 2014

To get an answer to when Seneca’s four electric buses will make their official debut, we went last night to Seneca’s all-point man for buses—gas-powered or electric. “The when is going to still be up to Proterra (the manufacturer,) said Halbig. In a 96.3/WGOG NEWS interview, Halbig said the four buses are in the process…

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OMC: “We want to hear from YOU!”

February 26, 2014

According to Oconee Medical Center, your opinion is important when it comes to a potential affiliation with the Greenville Health Systems. OMC is gathering comments to help its board of directors make the important decision. You can register your thoughts by calling 864/885-7191, by email at feedback@oconeemed.org or by going to the website www.oconeemed.org/feedback.  …

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Cell tower vote delayed

February 26, 2014

Oconee County has decided to delay a vote on whether to vary from its zoning law to allow a cell tower in Mountain Rest—-in spite of a large turnout of support last night for the Verizon application. Josh Stephens, zoning administrator, advised the board of zoning appeals of several points on which the county requires…

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Group invites OCC #3 candidates

February 26, 2014

Paul Cain and Andy Inabinet have a date to mark for their political calendars. The two hopefuls to fill the un-expired term of the late Archie Barron on Oconee County Council have been invited to speak during the next meeting of the group Limited Government for Oconee. The meeting takes place 6 o’clock Thursday night,…

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Stirring the waters political

February 26, 2014

Seneca resident Allen Yarid wants his city to release a copy of a January financial report which he claims shows the city has lost wealth and has seen the value of its assets decrease. Speaking during the public comment part of last night’s meeting at City Hall, Yarid suggested the report is something that city…

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Seneca moves ahead with major utility projects

February 26, 2014

Seneca moves forward with a pair of major utility improvement projects. At a special meeting, the city council signed off for the final time on an application, seeking an $11.6 million state loan to pay for work at the Seneca water treatment plant at the tip of Normandy Shores on Lake Keowee. It’s a loan…

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Calendar

  • November 25, 2014 5:15 pmBlue Ridge Tree Lighting
  • November 27, 2014 10:00 amWestminster Community Thanksgiving Meal
  • November 29, 2014 2:00 pmRestoration Church of God will host "Pictures with Santa"
  • December 1, 2014 6:00 pmSeneca' Christmas Parade
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