City of Clinton

Quality of Life has become more important to industrial prospects over the past few years. Historically, it has ranked between 15th and 20th in an annual survey conducted by an economic development magazine Area Development. Today it ranks in the top ten. We have just completed a new QOL video for...
Dear Citizens Residing within Clinton Fire’s Jurisdiction, Join us in recognizing “Fire Prevention Week” which is held the second week of October across our nation.    As such, this will be a busy week at Clinton Fire as we visit schools, churches, and other civic organizations to promote fire...
No Millers Fork Project.   Trail dries up with Clinton City Council’s inaction; $99,000 grant is being returned to sender.   Susan Galloway of Clinton Canopy wants the City of Clinton to use $99,000 in state grant money for Millers Fork Trail. City Manager Bill Ed Cannon has rejected the money “in...
Clinton Council learns there is a way to raise $14M for police-fire and recreation complexes.     After a closed session of 1 hour and 55 minutes, Clinton City Council authorized a new contract for the performing arts center, The Gillam Center, on Sept. 30. That allows the Laurens County Community...
Burger King returns to Clinton with the Sept. 9th opening of a new restaurant. The location is in the Bi-Lo Shopping Center, between South Broad Street & Jacobs Highway - beside Sonic and across the street from Dempsey's pizza buffet.    
  Martin admits disclosure fine, continues to question PMPA lawsuit, talks Martha Dendy     Former mayoral candidate Ricky Martin admits he has not filed disclosure paperwork with the state ethics commission. Martin and Clinton Mayor Bob McLean had words at the Aug. 5 City Council meeting. During...
Starting now, City of Clinton residents are advised they must do their part to help garbage pick-ups run smoothly. Public Works Director Joey Meadors said today (Aug. 19) that the garbage truck acquired by the City in late winter has a different way than the old truck of picking up garbage carts....
  Mayor Bob McLean and a political rival had words and McLean said electric rates are not going up on Monday at the Clinton City Council meeting. Ricky Martin, who challenged the Mayor unsuccessfully earlier this year, addressed council during public comment and brought up a lawsuit that alleges...
A response has been issued related to future electric rates by the City of Clinton - these rates are stable, the response says. The 10-member-cities of PMPA (Piedmont Municipal Power Agency, based in Greer) are studying future cost allocations and, after 2028 when 3 members leave the agency, how...
Repairs are done at water plant.   Valve maintenance results in water line break: A water line dating from the 1950s broke during routine valve maintenance, mandated by SC DHEC, and caused a major loss of water within the City of Clinton this past weekend. Joey Meadors, public works director, said...

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