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Timmons debuts Facade Improvement Grant, dinner theater

Among Clinton City Council’s business Monday afternoon was the adoption of a resolution accepting the City of Clinton Facade Improvement Grant Program, which will allow matching grants up to $10,000 in financial assistance for owners of private business property within the city’s historic downtown boundaries. Two years ago the funds were pegged for just this…

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Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting for Overstock Outlet

December 10, 2021, the Laurens County Chamber of Commerce held a Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting for Overstock Outlet in Clinton, S.C. The Chamber staff was joined by City of Clinton Mayor Bob McLean, City of Clinton representatives and community supporters to welcome the business co-owners Sissy Copeland, Brent Daulton, and Judy Daulton. Overstock Outlet carries…

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Latimore, Ledda in top ranks of S.C. Police Chief Association

Laurens County, South Carolina – Laurens County now has two law enforcement officials holding top spots in the South Carolina Police Chief Association following this past weekend’s SCPCA annual leadership conference. Laurens Police Chief Chrissie Latimore was installed as the president of the South Carolina Police Chief Association, and Clinton Police Chief Sonny Ledda was…

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‘Frustrated’ Clinton leaders violate FOIA laws with meeting

Published on Page 1, Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021 issue of The Laurens County Advertiser. By Judith Brown Staff writer Clinton, S.C.  – Clinton officials were looking for an opportunity to vent their frustrations to local members of the Laurens County Development Board about the recently announced move of the LCDC to downtown office space in…

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Clinton gives nod to pre-pay metering; surprised by LCDC move

This story is from the Aug. 1 issue of The Laurens County Advertiser. Clinton, S.C. –  Clinton City Council gave Utilities Department Director Joey Meadors the go-ahead to begin plans for an optional utility billing system that can help those customers who have the toughest time keeping up with their utility bills. The pre-pay metering…

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Rezoning sets high density development on track in Clinton

May, 17, 2021 Clinton, S.C. – Clinton City Council saw plans from three developers earlier this month during the regular May meeting, and while council still did not take a vote on which developer could purchase a tract on Highway 72, council members gave initial approval on rezoning property not far from Eastside School from industrial…

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