Will Charleston end fill and build development?

At a Thursday Mayoral debate sponsored by the flooding prevention advocacy group Groundswell, many candidates expressed opposition to the fill and build development practice. Fill and build involves elevating building

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Washington pledges to limit future Johns Island development

Charleston Mayoral candidate Maurice Washington addressed a group of Johns Island residents Tuesday at Low Tide Brewery on Maybank Highway and pledged to limit future development on the island. He

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Not too late to save the trees on Highway 61

Public comment expires October 9 on the SCDOT project to widen SC Highway 61 in Dorchester County from Cook’s Crossroads (Highway 165) to the Charleston County line near Magnolia Gardens.

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Dutch Dialogues flooding mitigation report released

After nine months of studying the persistent flooding problems in Charleston, the Dutch Dialogues study team released its final report Thursday at the Gaillard Center. The estimated $800,000 study was

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SCDOT looks at widening Highway 61

In the first step in a project to widen Highway 61 today, the SCDOT is holding a public hearing this evening from 5 to 7 pm at Ashley Ridge High

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City Council may refer Mayor’s expenditure audit to SLED

Charleston City Council will take up an agenda item Tuesday to discuss referring an internal audit report on several of Mayor John Tecklenburg’s expenditures to the State Law Enforcement Division

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Mayoral candidates discuss their solutions for flooding

The six Charleston Mayoral candidates assembled for the Fix Flooding First Mayoral Forum Monday at The Schoolhouse in West Ashley. About 200 residents attended the forum, during which the candidates

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Two Charleston Mayoral forums in West Ashley this week

There are two Charleston Mayoral forums scheduled in West Ashley this week. The Fix Flooding First Mayoral Forum is set for Monday at 6:30 pm at The Schoolhouse, 720 Magnolia

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Barry pledges opposition to high-density apartments

At a Sojourn Coffee press conference Saturday, Charleston City Council candidate Brett Barry pledged to oppose high-density apartment development in West Ashley. He said, “Large-scale apartment development in West Ashley

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Citadel Mall owner envisions technology center

Trademark Properties principal owner Richard Davis envisions Citadel Mall as a future job center in the fields of medical research and technology. Davis made a presentation to the West Ashley

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