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In the heart of upstate South Carolina a bipartisan combination of fiscal conservatism and government spending has kept -- -- economy moving forward.
This summer while the federal government was mired in bi partisan brinkmanship.
Standard and Poor's upgraded the city of Green bills bond rating to AAA.
The council has a long time worked together the nonpartisan way to get things that -- her goal oriented which is trying to stick to -- workmanship of making things -- Happen here we're very focused on economic development Republican mayor Knox white says the city spent thirteen million dollars in 2004 to create this downtown park.
Surrounding a natural waterfall.
That He says attracted 150.
Million dollars in private investment over the next two years.
Including this business and residential complex -- Greeneville real estate developer Bob Hughes.
Got elected government tries so much influence what he's done.
As much as they try to help those things that go in the right direction.
Across the river restaurant owner Rick Erwin says city parking decks and other infrastructure improvement encourage small business to move it it's not about -- It's about what can we didn't help.
That unified economic vision crosses party lines according to city councilwoman Jill Littlejohn a Democrat.
We don't worry about their political times -- the biggest developer we look at what's best for the residents that we -- it -- in the -- whether it's between the public and private sector or Democrats and Republicans.
Partnerships appear to be working for this city.
In Greenville, South Carolina Jonathan Serrie fox --
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