For one hundred or more years, Seneca and Clemson were known as small South Carolina towns, even though Clemson is home to a major university. But the way the federal government looks at the Seneca and Clemson areas, and their increasing populations, cries out for planning from a metropolitan standpoint. Seneca City Council last night agreed with their administrator, Greg Dietterick. Dietterick says the governor’s signature is needed to make this happen. He says only Seneca and Hilton Head are attempting to create new metropolitan planning areas this year.