Clinton City Council

UPDATED WITH PHOTOS: New Clinton City Council members, Ronnie Roth and Robbie Neal, took the oaths of office at 5:30 pm Monday, before a 6 pm called meeting of the council. Incumbent Danny Cook also was sworn in. The meeting is open to the public under provisions of the SC Freedom of Information...
Clinton City Council will have 2 new members based on a very small turnout for today's municipal elections. Robbie Neal won the District 3 seat with 44 votes. Incumbent Mary Byrd got 39 and Sasha Cotton got 4 votes. The 43 votes for Byrd and Cotton were not enough to force a run-oof against Neal's...
After 8 years service to the City of Clinton, Frank Stovall is leaving the city manager's position to accept a job as deputy director for administration of the Jamestown Yorktown Foundation in Virginia. Stovall said the position has come open for the first time in 20 years, and it was too good an...
BREAKING NEWS: Clinton City Manager Frank Stovall resigned tonight. City council voted 7- 0 to accept the resignation. City Council Friday released an amended agenda for today's council meeting, adding an executive session to discuss "a personnel matter related to the office of the city manager."...
Laurens County Administrator Jon Caime will make a presentation at the Clinton City Council's Feb. 6 meeting. Beginning at 6 pm, the meeting is open to the public under provisions of the SC Freedom of Information Act. Caime makes reports on his activities and interest items every two weeks to the...
Clinton City Council learned Monday night it will take an estimated $1.6 million to expand water and sewer service to the I26 Commerce Park, where the county’s only spec building is under construction. During a short, first-of-the-year meeting, City Manager Frank Stovall said there are no definite...
Clinton City Council, on Monday, will accept a presentation from designer Patrick Nelson of the official City of Clinton flag. The presentation will be part of the council's regular monthly meeting (delayed from Jan. 2) set for 6 pm in the PS Bailey City Council Chambers in the MS Bailey Municipal...
A dog tethering regulation ordinance makes a re-appearance on this Monday's agenda for the Clinton City Council. Council at first past the restrictions on dog tethering, then defeated the ordinance on the second of two required readings. The agenda item "City Council to consider an ordinance...
Tethering and treatment of dogs, and a proposal to partner with Laurens County and the City of Laurens for animal control services are on the agenda for Clinton City Council's Monday night meeting. At 6 pm in the council chambers, second floor of MS Bailey Municipal Center, the meeting is open to...
At its Aug. 1 meeting, Clinton City Council will consider an endorsement of putting a Main Street Program back in place for the city. Money for the program is budgeted, and the endorsement will be for "the implementation of the Main Street Program and authorizing the City of Clinton to apply to be...

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