Fountain Inn plans to move the city's Public Works Department and Fountain Inn Natural Gas from their current downtown facilities to a recently acquired property on the Laurens County side of the city.
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Simpsonville City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to hire Central Interiors Inc. to transform a disused school building in the city's downtown into an arts center.
At least $53,000 is being invested into the renovation of Sanctified Hill Park in Fountain Inn after Golden View Baptist Church and the surrounding community pushed for the project for years.
Work is set to begin soon on the estimated $2.2 million renovation of a disused building into the Simpsonville Art Center. The building is downtown and once housed Simpsonville Elementary School, which closed its doors in 2002.
Mauldin officials have been working since 2008 to convert a 24-acre area into a central hub for the city. On Tuesday, Mayor Terry Merritt officially deeded roughly six acres within that swath to Parker Group Development for a little more than $1 million.
Mauldin City Council started the process of expanding city limits to include seven properties ahead of likely development on the parcels. City Council voted unanimously on a first reading to annex all seven at a meeting Monday night.
As new commercial developments pop up around Simpsonville to keep pace with the area's steadily growing population, it's hard not to ask 'where next?' Here are five possible answers.