Chapel, commerce parks, ‘basic services’ on council’s wishlist

By Jason Evans

Staff Reporter

EASLEY — Pickens County Council members detailed their “wish list” for the future at a planning retreat at Prisma Health Baptist Easley Hospital on Thursday evening.

Chairman Roy Costner asked council members to detail their top priorities.

“We’re not making any decisions today,” he said. “We’re not voting on anything. We’re going to get back together in a year. What do you hope we’ve accomplished?”

Councilman Ensley Feemster said he’d like to see the room that will be used as a chapel at the county’s new jail be furnished.

“I hope that churches will help on that,” he said.

Councilman Wes Hendricks started out with two wishes.

“A new commerce park and get Mile Creek Park in tip-top shape,” he

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