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  1. 1. Where should threads concerning the Clemson and Seneca area be located?

    • The South Carolina forum
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    • The Anderson forum
      1
    • I don't care
      3

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Krazeeboi and I have been debating on what to do with threads concerning the Clemson and Seneca areas. They are both tied closely to Anderson, so there is a good argument for having them in the Anderson forum. However, the fact that they are not in Anderson County is reason enough to not locate them in the Anderson forum.

We're interested to hear your thoughts on this issue, if you have any.

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I personally feel no more connected to Anderson than I do to Greenville when I'm in Clemson. Especially Seneca.

I voted to leave them in the SC forum because I think that the cities of Central, Clemson, and Seneca are more self-sustained cities (at least in regards to Anderson and Greenville, not to each other) that are not dependent on Anderson or Greenville for growth. What happens in Clemson, development wise, has nothing to do with Anderson.

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I voted to leave the thread in the SC forum because these are independant cities and I dont associate Clemson or Seneca with Anderson.

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I think Clemson is growing large enough but the growth is close enough to Anderson to warrant renaming the Anderson thread 'Anderson / Clemson'.

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Clemson and Seneca are closely tied to each other than with Anderson. Pendleton, Six Mile, and Central consider themselves extensions of Clemson. Leave those specific threads to the South Carolina forum to receive interest.

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