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Stories by John Steinberger

Shadowmoss homeowners oust HOA board

In a special meeting of the Shadowmoss Plantation Homeowners Association Board (HOA), members voted 347-5 to remove the existing HOA board of directors. A second vote was taken to elect

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West Ashley homeowners express frustration over flooding

Dozens of homeowners who have been devastated by recent flooding events in West Ashley showed up at the Charleston City Council meeting Tuesday at Grace on the Ashley church to

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Charleston City Council to hear from flooding victims

Charleston City Council meets this afternoon (5 pm) at Grace on the Ashley church, 2014 Bees Ferry Road in West Ashley.  Residents in the surrounding neighborhoods who sustained flooding damage

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After the storm …

Despite dire warnings of an impending Armageddon, the lowcountry sustained mild damage in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.  Elected officials and media figures made it sound like Matthew was going

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Hurricane Matthew – should you stay or should you go?

Governor Nikki Haley called for a coastal evacuation from Hurricane Matthew on Wednesday afternoon. An estimated 175,000 coastal residents have evacuated, short of the 250,000 expected by South Carolina emergency

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Shadowmoss HOA board showdown set for October 12

Shadowmoss Plantation neighborhood Homeowners Association (HOA) members have set a special meeting for Wednesday, October 12 to vote for a new slate on the HOA board of directors. The meeting

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Post and Courier obsessed with human-caused climate change

The (Charleston) Post and Courier has been banging the drum for years about the “climate change” agenda.  Those pushing the agenda claim that human carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are trapping

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We get the government we deserve

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) sponsors four Adopt-A-Highway litter pick-ups per year. For those who want to participate, there are only four dates during the year on which

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Magwood Chick-fil-A hosts WAHS football homecoming

Magwood Chick-fil-A hosted a homecoming rally for West Ashley High School students and families Thursday night in the Ashley Crossing Shopping Center parking lot.  Owner Al Thompson pledged 15% of

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West Ashley revitalization commission in place

Charleston City Council recently approved Mayor John Tecklenburg’s slate of 19 members for the long-anticipated West Ashley Revitalization Commission. The commission is asked with developing a master plan for West

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