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P&C: Appeals court hears argument on cruise ships in Charleston

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Appeals court hears argument on cruise ships in Charleston By Abigail Darlington adarlington@postandcourier.com Feb 15, 2017 

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P&C: Columnist Brian Hicks weighs in on the plastic ban ban

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Hicks column: Who decides whether you get paper or plastic? By Brian Hicks bhicks@postandcourier.com Feb 4, 2017

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Statehouse Report on plastic bag bill

Friday, February 3, 2017

BRIEFS: From plastic bags to education policy and Fritz Hollings Statehouse Report· 02/03/2017 9:27 am· Plastic bag bill is more about limiting home rule, greenies say Staff reports  |  Who knew there was a “plastic bag lobby?”  But there apparently is, according to environmental activists who are trying to thwart an effort to limit local governments’ abilities to make…

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The State: Senators urged to stop plastic-bag bill

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Senators urged to stop plastic-bag bill

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P&C: ‘This is groundbreaking’: Cruise ships could anchor near Mount Pleasant as Charleston hits limit on visits

Friday, January 13, 2017

‘This is groundbreaking’: Cruise ships could anchor near Mount Pleasant as Charleston hits limit on visits By David Slade dslade@postandcourier.com Jan 13, 2017

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No do-over on bike lane

Sunday, August 21, 2016

From the Post & Courier editorial board: No do-over on bike lane   Aug 21 2016  Three bicyclists make their way over the Ashley River Bridge during…

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Appeals court narrows dates for Charleston cruise ship terminal hearing

Monday, August 1, 2016

From the Post & Courier‘s David Wren: Appeals court narrows dates for Charleston cruise ship terminal hearing After months of delays, the state Court of Appeals has set a date — actually two of them — to hear arguments in a case that will determine whether the State Ports Authority gets one of the permits it needs to build a new cruise ship terminal near Charleston’s Historic District. Lawyers from all sides said they have…

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Bike lane over the Ashley River rolls forward

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

From the Post & Courier‘s Diane Knich: Bike lane over the Ashley River rolls forward Bicyclists were elated Tuesday when Charleston City Council voted in favor of a plan to convert a lane of the northbound U.S. Highway 17 bridge over the Ashley River to bike and pedestrian use. The group voted 7-6 in favor of sending a letter to Charleston County Councilman Elliott Summey reaffirming the city’s intentions to…

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P&C: Letters show overwhelming opposition to new cruise ship terminal in Charleston

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

From The Post and Courier May 23 9:09 am David Wren The verdict is in: Most Charleston-area residents don’t want the State Ports Authority to build a new cruise ship terminal at Union Pier. At least that’s the majority opinion of those who took the time to send written comments to the Army Corps of Engineers, which will decide whether the SPA gets a federal permit…

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P&C editorial on Captain Sams and 2015-16 Shoreline Bill

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Post and Courier editorial Capt. Sam’s and shifting sands The dispute between those who would build houses on Captain Sam’s Spit and those who would keep that from happening has been festering for four and a half years. It’s been one step forward, one step back. Or one step backward and one step up, depending on your perspective. The latest step was taken this week by the S.C. Senate. It is a…

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