Easley officials predict continued growth

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

EASLEY — Easley’s residential growth shows no signs of stopping, and commercial growth is picking up as well.

“Easley’s on the move,” Mayor Larry Bagwell said during his annual State of the City address last month at South & West. “We have averaged over $30 million in permitted construction over the last five years. We are anticipating that trend will continue in 2019.”

He said officials want to have “quality services, quality places and a quality community.”

“Having been here all my 82 years, I don’t think you can find a better place in this state or any other state that gives you those three things

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