Deputies “wearing” new technology

May 22, 2013

Oconee deputies have begun wearing new technology. The result is that you will be watched more closely. Called AXON Flex and made by TASER International, on-officer video cameras are clipped to an officer’s clothing or worn on a special set of glasses made by Oakley Inc. Once a deputy is sent to the scene of…

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Blackwell merits advanced accreditation

May 22, 2013

Oconee County’s chief economic development recruiter has earned South Carolina Certified Economic Developer status by completing the S.C. Economic Developers’ Advanced Symposium. Richard Blackwell completed a course to provide an advanced education experience in theory and practice of economic development. Topics covered included workforce and leadership development, product and infrastructure development, negotiation and deal structuring,…

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Councilmen question preferred library site

May 22, 2013

Two members of Oconee County Council raised questions this morning about whether the library board’s preferred property to build a new Seneca library is best. Councilman Paul Corbeil, as chairman of the county’s Capital Project Advisory Committee, said he would like to hear an expression from the city’s leadership about the library board’s preferred property—-4.3…

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Don’t forget Stumphouse and Issaqueena

May 22, 2013

In the view of one Walhalla water customer, about 500 acres sold and placed into conservation six years ago could still be used for Walhalla’s future benefit. Dan Pollock told Walhalla City Council that his study of the legal documents covering a heritage preserve at Stumphouse Mountain and Issaqueena Falls shows there are certain uses…

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Help on the way for Seneca’s Dietterick

May 22, 2013

If no changes are made before Seneca’s proposed budgets are adopted, City Administrator Greg Dietterick apparently will get some additional manpower. In response to a question by 96.3/WGOG NEWS, City-Clerk Treasurer Joel Seavey is quoting Mayor Dan Alexander as saying that money is being included in the new general operations budget to create Seneca’s first…

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Bagwell wants “a little more from every citizen”

May 22, 2013

The preliminary budgets approved last night by Walhalla City Council raise utility and sanitation charges, but the mayor pro-tem says it’s not enough. And Councilman Tjay Bagwell said he still wants every Walhallan to pay “a little more.” Bagwell last night complained that in adopting the budgets, as proposed, the city council will be perpetuating…

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  • October 25, 2014 10:00 amCORVETTES AT TAMASSEE DAR School
  • October 25, 2014 4:00 pmWestminster First Baptist Church's Trunk or Treat
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