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Plan West Ashley draft report revealed to the public

Two workshops were conducted Monday at The Schoolhouse office complex detailing the draft version of the West Ashley Master Plan. The 19-member West Ashley Revitalization Commission (WARC) participated in the

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West Ashley Master Plan workshop set for Monday

Citizens will have an opportunity to learn more about the draft West Ashley Master Plan Monday from 6 pm to 8 pm at The Schoolhouse, 720 Magnolia Rd. Planning consultant Victor Dover from Dover Kohl will present an overview of

Church Creek drainage study to address worst case scenario

Weston & Sampson engineer Robert Horner, project manager for the Church Creek Drainage Basin Study, said the firm will provide Charleston City Council with a list of recommendations to address the worst case scenario for potential flooding in the 5000

West Ashley residents suffer as drainage gets ignored

Dozens of West Ashley neighborhoods experienced flooding Monday as the back bands of Tropical Storm Irma brought four to five inches of rain. A lot of the damage was brought on by the failure of the drainage infrastructure to be

Trump tax plan focuses on middle class, small business

President Donald Trump traveled to Springfield, Missouri Wednesday to promote his tax relief plan, which has a focus on reducing income tax rates for middle income Americans, small businesses and corporations. He presented his plan at a Springfield manufacturing plant,

Sanford expresses optimism for tax and regulatory relief

Rep. Mark Sanford hosted a group representing the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) Thursday at his district office in Mt. Pleasant. He told the group, “Small business is the backbone of job creation in America. Small business owners capture

New West Ashley parks under development

Three West Ashley parks are slated for development as part of a five-year, $45 Million expansion plan by the Charleston County Parks and Recreation Commission (CCPRC). The CCPRC is investing $8 Million in the development of Old Towne Creek Park,

City Council filing ends Monday at noon

While the Charleston City Hall will be closed Monday for Solar Eclipse Day, the last day of filing for City Council seats will go on at the legal services office at 50 Broad St. from 9 am to noon. Prospective

Council unanimously passes James Island apartment moratorium

Charleston City Council unanimously passed an ordinance Tuesday to continue the temporary apartment moratorium on James Island extending into November. The measure was previously rejected by the Charleston Planning Commission. The moratorium will restrict residential development to four units per

Shadowmoss HOA whole again after long struggle

The turmoil within the Shadowmoss Plantation Homeowners Association (HOA) appears to be over as three new board members were elected last night and a new Treasurer installed. In early 2016, the HOA board learned that Marshland Communities, the management company

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