City of Clinton

Fire Prevention & Public Power will be among the community causes that the Clinton City Council will promote Monday during its regular monthy meeting - the council session is open to the public. MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL CITY OF CLINTON   Mayor – Bob McLean Danny Cook – Ward 1 Shirley Jenkins –...
  Phillip Russell, a former manager at the SC Fire Academy, was introduced Sept 11 to members of the Clinton Fire Department as the city’s temporary fire chief. It was also announced at that meeting that former fire commander Scott Shiflet is now the fire marshal and safety officer. Clinton City...
A Clinton woman last week gave an emotional thank you to the mayor and four members of Clinton City Council for voting to dissolve the Department of Public Safety and return to separately operated and managed police and fire departments. Speaking during the public comment portion of council’s Sept...
A message from the City of Clinton as rain and wind of Tropical Depression Florence arrives.
TODAY -- THE CITY OF CLINTON TO CONDUCT HYDRANT TESTING   The City of Clinton will be testing hydrants in the areas highlighted on the attached map beginning Monday, September 10.  The main zone will be all areas that have already been affected by the water tie in on South Broad Street.  The new...
The City of Clinton Community Video Program Is Produced By Partner, CGI Communications, Inc. w-PDFs   The City of Clinton announces a continued partnership with CGI Communications, Inc. to create a series of professionally produced online videos to highlight everything the community offers...
THE POLICY PASSES, the Clinton City Council will consider Sept 10 on just one reading a proposed city policy - of 2,383 words - that governs the way Clinton intends to respond to requests made under the SC Freedom of Information Act - the policy includes charging fees for information. The Clinton...
Clinton City Council voted 5-2 Wednesday morning during a special called meeting to dissolve the Department of Public Safety. Council members Danny Cook and Shirley Jenkins voted against the motion, saying they wanted more information and more time to consider the change. The ordinance, given first...
Before voting 5-2 last Wednesday to dissolve the Department of Public Safety, Clinton City Council members heard four people ask them to vote no (or at least delay the vote) and one person, a retired Clinton police officer, asked them to vote yes. Council held a special called meeting at 8:30 a.m....
By a 5-2 vote this morning (Aug. 22), the Clinton City Council has decided to end its Public Safety Department, effective immediately. Council was told there will be a transition period of 6 months to 1 year before the two fully functioning separate departments are formed. Council was told the...

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513 North Broad St.
Clinton, SC 29325
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