City of Seneca, South CarolinaFriday, December 19, 2014
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Nestled in the foothillls of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Seneca reflects the hospitality and beauty of this little corner of our great state. Since it's founding in 1873, Seneca has always adapted to the ever-changing pace of life and has always strived to provide all of its businesses, residents, and visitors with an open, friendly atmosphere and a community with outstretched arms.

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The Mayors Business Spotlight - CAMBRIGE CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Mayor Dan Alexander Salutes Cambridge Child Development Center http://www.cambridgechilddevelopmentcenter.com/ A Community Landmark Providing Quality Child Care and Education for Years in the Upstate of South Carolina. You may have to download a Vimeo player from your app store for certain Mobile Devices Previous Spotlight Businesses: WSNW The Lake REI Cinemas Oconee Lanes A...
Christmas Season at the Ballenger House
The Seneca Woman's Club will hosts a Reception and Tea to launch the Christmas Season in Seneca, November 30, 2014, 2 - 5 PM. Historic Ballenger House, 212 East So. 3rd (at Depot) behind the library in Seneca. Free & open to the Public. Following the 11/30 Reception, the "Quilted Treasures" exhibit will be open on Saturdays 11-3 and Sundays 12 - 3 throughout December, or by appointment. - Call Arl...
Seneca Water Treatment Plant Renovation
Seneca Light and Water is proud to announce that the Water Treatment Plant Renovation is underway. We will keep you updated on the progress of this project with periodic picture uploads of the most recent work performed. Enjoy the Pictures Below! Please check back regularly for ongoing updates. Video Posted on October 5, 2014 Seneca Water Treatment Plant Construction from Seneca Video o...
PRESS RELEASE - Seneca All Electric CatBus
Seneca ready to test electric buses in passenger serviceSeneca, SC – August 2014 – The City of Seneca and Clemson Area Transit (CAT) are ready to begin the final deployment phase of the four Proterra electric buses: passenger service. Funded by a Federal Transit Agency grant awarded in 2011, the buses were recently delivered to Seneca for planned testing and deployment procedures. Starting Septe...
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