City of Clinton

Clinton City Council received an update on ongoing plans to preserve and possibly renovate portions of the old Martha Dendy school building at council’s Feb. 4 meeting – with a sermon thrown in for no additional charge. Rev. Steven Evans, former pastor of Friendship AME Church, was asked by City...
Clinton City Council voted unanimously Feb 4 to return a $100,000 state grant that was to be used to stabilize parts of the city-owned DE Tribble complex on Gary Street, after structural engineers said portions of the 3-building complex can’t be saved. The city received the state grant – with a $10...
YEAH! The City sign is back at the split of Hwy 72/56 and 308 on North Broad Street, across from The Chronicle office. Installers are having to deal with a light ran shower to accomplish the re-installation of the three-panel sign. - Photo by Vic MacDonald :( Work ended about 2 pm.  
  Clinton City Council voted unanimously Monday to spend up to $15,000 to develop a plan for a new library downtown.   After meeting in executive session for almost two hours, council agreed to offer a grant of up to $15,000 to Wheeler & Wheeler, who want to develop the library in the old...
MONDAY NIGHT - Clinton City Council took a significant step in expanding the city toward I-26 with the annexation of city-owned property. The council's agenda doesn't say it, but it is expected the council will take the first steps in annexing 160 acres (157.58 acres more or less) envisioned as the...
  CLINTON FIRE DISTRICT TO CONDUCT SMOKE ALARM BLITZ   Clinton Fire, the City of Clinton, South Carolina State Fire, and the Palmetto SC Region of the American Red Cross are teaming together to conduct a smoke alarm blitz to ensure every home in the Clinton Fire District has working smoke alarms,...
  Bids will be taken this month for site preparation and parking at a Pavilion in uptown Clinton.   City officials unveiled last Tuesday night a proposed open-air building in the heart of the city to accommodate farmers’ markets and vintage markets. It will take up the land area of Vance Park,...
TODAY --- CITY OF CLINTON TO HOST PUBLIC INPUT MEETING FOR RECREATION COMPLEX   The City of Clinton, along with the city’s Recreation Committee, will conduct a community input forum on Tuesday, January 22nd beginning at approximately 5 PM in the P.S. Bailey Council Chambers, located on the second...
  Clinton City Council voted unanimously to allow City Manager Bill Ed Cannon to purchase a new bucket truck for the city’s electric division for $212,683. Council took the action at its Jan. 7 meeting. The purchase of a new bucket truck is included in the current budget. The city received three...
RIGHT NOW: LIFTED: Boil Water Advisory - City of Clinton and Laurens County Water and Sewer Commission - with attached pictures from LCWSC website and from City of Clinton as PDFs.   Thursday, December 13, 2018 - WLBG on-line   A Boil Water Advisory has been issued for a small area on Clinton’s...

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