Sign design approved for Westminster

September 18, 2013

When it comes to Westminster’s official signs welcoming visitors, the city known for the area’s apple crop is undergoing a re-branding. The city council last night approved the design for five new signs that’ll replace worn-down old signs. According to City Administrator David Smith, the signs will be placed at entrances to the city and…

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WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Braves drop two to Nationals; Clemson baseball begins Fall practice; Tigers head to Raleigh

September 18, 2013

*Washington Nationals baseball returned Tuesday, one day after the team’s game against the Atlanta Braves was postponed because of the nearby Washington Navy Yard shooting. The vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff greeted players in the Nationals clubhouse before the game, and handed out Navy caps that manager Davey Johnson and his players…

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A second year of credit monitoring

September 18, 2013

Taxpayers are being encouraged by the South Carolina Department of Revenue to be patient in making a decision about the continued credit monitoring services offered by any vendor, including Experian, until they have a chance to evaluate the services the state will cover and soon make available. The state Budget and Control Board is reviewing…

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Sheriff’s Office gets a new tool anti-drug tool

September 18, 2013

Frankie Pearson says ordinance 2013-18 won’t stop illegal drugs in Oconee County, but will help keep drug paraphernalia out of public view. Pearson, who ran last year for County Council, congratulated the council last night for giving final approval to an ordinance that will forbid stores from selling items that are fashioned into crack pipes…

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PRWD approves borrowing resolution

September 18, 2013

Pioneer Rural Water’s board of directors approved a resolution yesterday to allow the district to borrow up to $1 million, as it goes about meeting expenses related to its project to build a treatment plant. A bond attorney, Robert Galloway, told the Pioneer board that Community First is willing to lend the money at a…

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PRWD needs easement from US ACOE

September 18, 2013

The Pioneer Rural Water District manager and its engineering consultant say the rural supplier has just about every permit needed to proceed with 2.5 MGD treatment plant—with the exception of all important easement. And it’s an easement that must be approved by the Army Corps of Engineers, according to Pioneer general manager Terry Pruitt. “It’s…

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