City of Clinton

  Spec building near Clinton will be only Class A Industrial Park building in county   On June 27, the City of Clinton took a major step forward in its latest effort to rebuild the city’s economic base, left in a downturn by the collapse of the textile industry. By the end of 2016, a 75,000 square...
So far this year, the county's economic development agency has told 16 industrial prospects it doesn't have what they want. Now, what they want is located near Clinton - if LCDC can get the 16 to come back and take a second look. "We did not have a building to show them. Now, we do, thanks to the...
  Clinton City Council agreed Monday to sell Tallwood Homes Apartments to a private company. The deal must be approved by the US Department of Agriculture, which loaned the city the money to build the apartments in the 1970s. The city still owes $191,000 on the apartments. Tallwood is owned by the...
On Monday, Clinton City Council is expected to give final reading to ordinances that annex two parcels on Waverly Road and designate the land for commercial zoning. Council will hold a called meeting at 5 pm in the council chambers, second floor of the MS Bailey Municipal Building. The meeting is...
City Manager Frank Stovall says city crews have restored power to 95% of customers and did so within 8 hours of last night's 9:30 pm storm. Crews cleared 3 dozens fallen trees and opened a dozen streets blocked by fallen trees, he said in a social media post. Power is off at The Clinton Chronicle...
City of Clinton officials joined their partners today for the 3rd groundbreaking in 90 days - this one signifying that 700 acres east of the city is now available to show economic development prospects. "This will be our only Class A industrial park," said Jon Coleman, executive director of the...
City of Clinton and Streetscape Phase IV design and construction officials gathered Friday afternoon for a ceremonial groundbreaking for the latest uptown Clinton beautification effort. Improvements will be focused along the western side of North Broad Street between West Main and Florida streets,...
A public hearing will be held TONIGHT on the proposed $27.7 million budget for the City of Clinton. The budget passed city council, 4-3, on the first of two required readings. At first reading, Mayor Bob McLean and council members Gary Kuykendall and Jimmy Young voted "no". The proposed budget...
Three District 56 teams that are champions will be honored Monday by the Clinton City Council. The Clinton Middle School, SC Science Olympiad Champions; the Clinton High School, SC Science Olympiad Champions; and the Clinton Middle School, SC Academic Bowl Champions will be recognized at the...
JUST NOW: The City of Clinton broke ground on Hwy 72 East for a 100,000 sq ft development ready pad, that will be cornerstone in what is envisioned as a 750 acre industrial park. Groundbreaking ceremonies were staged at I-26 Commerce Park. The city and its partners will install a concrete pad that...

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