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Orangeburg,

city (1990 pop. 13,739), seat of Orangeburg co., central S.C., on the North Fork of the Edisto River; settled 1732, inc. as a city 1883. It is the trade and processing center of a cotton and agricultural area with textile, clothing, and food-distribution industries. Yard and gardening products, ball and roller bearings, automotive parts, electronics, and chemicals are also produced. Orangeburg was a planned settlement established by German-Swiss immigrants who had free grants of land. It is the seat of South Carolina State Univ. and Claflin Univ. Of interest are the Edisto gardens and the Donald Bruce House (c.1735).
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A 45-acre building pad is in place, and the site on the I-26 corridor between Orangeburg and Columbia offers 500,000 gallons per day in excess water and wastewater capacity, according to a news release.
CIM Group and fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty ("1547") have announced the acquisition of 1 Ramland Road in Orangeburg, New York, an existing 232,000-square-foot data center, previously owned by an affiliate of 1547, the company said.
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23 January 2019 - US-based real estate and infrastructure owner, operator and lender CIM Group and fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty have acquired 1 Ramland Road in Orangeburg, New York, an existing 232,000-square-foot data center, previously owned by an affiliate of 1547, the company said.
Stanley and her two children died from burns, according to Orangeburg County Chief Deputy Coroner Sean Fogle.
'Since its founding, the bank has grown to have [USD450m] in assets and six offices in: Greenville, Columbia, Anderson, Greer, Orangeburg and Fountain Inn.
Four years later, they led protests resulting in "The Orangeburg Massacre," which pointed out that passage of the Act was not the end of the struggle.
Also in 2013, the company installed an 855-kilowatt solar array containing more than 3,000 panels on the roof of its headquarters and plant in Orangeburg, N.Y.
Also in 2013, the company installed an 855-kW solar array containing more than 3,000 panels on the roof of its headquarters and plant in Orangeburg, N.Y.
So far, exhibits have addressed slavery and Reconstruction, African laborers and the 1968 Orangeburg Massacre, in which South Carolina Highway Patrolmen shot and killed Black college students who were protesting segregation.