Clemson chamber to offer ATAX training

By Jason Evans

Staff Reporter

PICKENS — The Clemson Chamber of Commerce hopes to help county officials educate applicants on the accommodations tax process.

In recent months, county council members have expressed their frustration with a lack of requested data regarding accommodations tax applications.

ATAX funds are intended for programs and events that draw visitors to Pickens County from at least 50 miles away, who will stay in local hotels.

During council’s recent 19 committee of the whole meeting, acting county administrator Ken Roper gave an update on

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