Attorney walks PRWD thru changes

October 31, 2012
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Attorney walks PRWD thru changes

Now that a new law is on the book governing Pioneer Rural Water District of Oconee and Anderson counties, board members are brushing up on the changes. They met yesterday with their attorney, Rivers Stillwell. The attorney told the board that the language is changing as to who is eligible to vote in annual elections…

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Pickens County to be reimbursed

October 31, 2012
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The U-S Justice Department has announced the award of $3,339.00 to Pickens County to reimburse some of the costs of jailing undocumented criminal aliens who have committed serious crimes. According to announcement from Pickens Sheriff David Stone, an aggressive program of researching and applying for little known federal programs to supplement the local tax burden…

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District Five forum tomorrow

October 31, 2012
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Doors at the Fair-Oak Youth Center, the former public school building, open at 6:30 tomorrow night. The forum , featuring candidates for District Five, Oconee County Council, officially begins at 7. And organizers say all three candidates have confirmed they’ll take part: Republican incumbent Reg Dexter and his Republican petition challengers Greg Connally and James…

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Potential for “CAT” expansion

October 31, 2012
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Potential for “CAT” expansion

At any given time of the day, Clemson Area Transit buses crisscross Seneca transporting riders free of charge. But that’s Seneca. Now there’s an appetite to extend bus routes into Oconee County. A representative of the county’s bus study company told Seneca City Council how the city can help facilitate a public comment opportunity, likely…

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Halloween moves the bus pick up

October 31, 2012
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For today only, Halloween, the Clemson Area Transit bus pickups in downtown Seneca will take place on North First Street in front of City Hall, instead of Main. The “CAT” bus stop moves today to accommodate this evening’s Halloween on the Green and ScareCrow Fest, which runs from 5 to 8 p-m.

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A boost for WSNW

October 31, 2012
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Seneca’s WSNW radio wants to extend its reach over the airwaves, and the city is willing to cooperate. During a special meeting, the city council last night gave unanimous consent to negotiate an agreement in which the radio station, headquartered on Ramcat Alley, may place an antenna on the city’s water tower on Waterworks Road,…

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