GCCP: “ongoing longer term”

December 5, 2012

Questions arose last night as to the priority rating assigned to Oconee County’s Golden Corner Commerce Park. And the man asking those questions and raising concerns was Reg Dexter, who represents the part of Oconee County where GCCP is located. The county appears to be fast-tracking “pad ready” sites within another park, Echo Hills, but…

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Restaurant remodeling in Seneca

December 5, 2012

A Seneca restaurant’s project to remodel received approval last night from a regulatory board at City Hall. The Board of Architectural Review granted owner E-E Riggs a certificate of appropriateness for work planned outside the Ye Olde Sandwich Shoppe. The restaurant’s N. Townville Street location downtown is inside the city’s design review district, which falls…

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Interviews begin next week

December 5, 2012

Nine of the 26 people who’ve applied for the job of chief of police in Westminster are being granted interviews. City administrator David Smith said interviews will be given by the committee starting Tuesday, December 11 and the last one is currently scheduled for Wednesday, December 19.

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OCC hears about petition campaign

December 5, 2012

A signature drive opposing Duke Energy’s plan to lower the level of Lake Keowee by five feet was explained last night to Oconee County Council. Speaking were two lake residents from Pickens County, Doug Barker and Newton Brightwell. They said they’ve gathered 900 signatures, 100 of them yesterday. Barker and Brightwell hope the council will…

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Steps toward new building

December 5, 2012

A contractor from Roebuck, S.C. is in line to build the new Anderson-Oconee Behavioral Health Building in Seneca, estimated at $1.6 million. The county is to own the building at E.N. 1st and Holleman streets. Last night county councilmen had questions about the project for both County Administrator Scott Moulder and Procurement Director Robyn Courtright.…

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Clowney Named Hendricks Award Winner

December 5, 2012
Clowney Named Hendricks Award Winner

Jadeveon Clowney of South Carolina is the winner of this year’s Ted Hendricks Award for the top defensive end in college football.  Clowney claimed nearly two-thirds of the final-round votes, which is a new record. The five other finalists included Morgan Breslin from Southern California, Tank Carradine and Bjoern Werner from Florida State, Sam Montgomery from…

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