Clinton City Council

Sale of city-owned property will be discussed, and a FY22 budget likely will be passed on Wednesday by the Clinton City Council - NEW SUBDIVISION.   A called meeting of the council set for 6 pm May 19 in the council chambers of the municipal center can be viewed on the City of Clinton's Facebook...
NO DECISION: City owned property at forefront of Council Meeting.         Conversation continued Monday evening on proposed plans for city owned properties, containing 40 acres more or less, located on the southeast side of Highway 72. Last month, business owners and Clinton residents Chip Cooper...
Clinton City Council will discuss 3 matters in closed session this Monday evening.   The regular monthly meeting of the Clinton City Council - changed this month from the normal 1st Monday to the 2nd Monday - will be at 6 pm in the council chambers of the municipal center. The public portions of...
ELECTIONS: Ronnie Roth has won re-election to Clinton City Council by 3 votes.   Roth's election was 1 of 4 contested on March 2 ballots in Clinton and Laurens. In Clinton, Seat 1 incumbent Danny Cook won, 114 votes; to Ricky Martin Sr., 14, and Henry Anderson, 3. Roth won 34-31 over Mitch Meadors...
COVID - Date of Rhythm on the Rails moves to October.     A preliminary request by the Laurens County Trails Association was brought before City Council Monday night to gain the cooperation of CSX Railroads and the local governments of Laurens County to build a trail along the right-of-way of the...
Clinton City Council conducts unusual, Thursday members-at-homes meeting.       A gathering session “entirely different from any meeting we’ve ever had,” according to Mayor Bob McLean, was organized for the Clinton City Council on Thursday evening. The council’s normal first Monday of the month...
“This is a time we can help each other” - ALSO, The Governor: What Can Re-open.     In addition to voting on contracts and approving an agreement, Clinton City Council members talked about the Coronavirus response, and told each other to “stay safe,” during an unusual Thursday evening meeting. They...
  Butterflies: “A Waste of Money”.     Bicycle and pedestrian plans are a maybe, a park sign will happen, aquatic facility talks continue, the recreation complex is getting started and butterflies are not welcome. All this and much more was discussed on Monday by Clinton City Council, which...
  City Council & Connectivity.     Clinton City Council will consider a Connectivity Study at its meeting tonight (March2). The meeting will be at 6 p.m. in the council chambers of the municipal center on North Broad St. The meeting is open to the public.  Blake Sanders, of Studio Main, will...
  City wants $4 million for infrastructure from Sales Tax Commission.       The City of Clinton will ask for $4 million from the Laurens County Sales Tax Commission to be part of the 1-cent sales tax referendum in November. City Council unanimously approved the following at the request of City...

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