City of Clinton

Loser of a City of Clinton Council election by 56 votes, Rosa Booker has asked the court to set aside the election because she thinks two ballots were cast fraudulently - she has not said how she came to possess the two ballots in question. Filing an action today (March 12), Booker appeals a...
Sign for our City. By 3 pm today (March 12) everyone traveling on I-26 - Charleston to Spartanburg/Asheville - will know the way to historic, uptown Clinton, Presbyterian College and Clinton High School via Hwy 72. A break in the rainy weather has allows the Clinton signs to be delivered and placed...
Uptown Clinton has a vacant spot. Six days after the Clinton City Council municipal election, the City took down an uptown oak this morning. A couple years ago, it took down the stately oak that stood beside The Depot. The City said it was diseased - and the tree was replaced with a sapling that...
Amended Election Results. Mayor Bob McLean wins re-election over Ricky Martin Sr., 475 - 324. Megan Walsh wins Ward 6 over Jimmy Young, 70 - 53. Shirley Jenkins has more than 50% votes to win re-election over closest challenger Rosa Booker, 85 - 29 ( Sherri Amick 20, Rilla Griffin 11, Reginald...
An update to the City of Clinton’s utility billing system caused some city utility customers to be billed for as many as 39 days during the February billing cycle, Director of Public Works and Utilities Joey Meadors said Monday. Meadors presented the information to members of the media prior to...
Who are the Clinton mayor, council candidates for March 5 election:   Clinton Mayor Bob McLean, of 208 E. Maple St., has filed to run for re-election in the City of Clinton’s municipal election on March 5, 2019. “Over the last four years, city council and I have worked to build a city that works...
Candidates make their case in advance of March 5   Candidates for mayor and three city council in Clinton (Wards 2, 4 and 6) outlined their views on city issues and personal qualifications in a Monday evening forum. The session, in advance of the Tuesday, March 5, municipal election, was held at...
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.  

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