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A Vision for Charleston: Priorities for the Next Mayoral Administration

Friday, March 6, 2015

In 2015 the city of Charleston will elect its first new mayor in four decades. Recently, the Conservation League joined forces with If You Were Mayor, Charleston Moves, Historic Charleston Foundation, and the South Carolina Community Loan Fund to host a forum on ideas for the future of city. You’ll find full footage of the event below. Be sure to check out If You Were Mayor’s Stephanie Barna’s wrap-up…

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Offshore drilling not worth the risk to SC

Friday, January 30, 2015

The Obama Administration this week released a draft proposal that would open areas off the South Carolina coast to oil and gas exploration and development. This proposal represents a fundamental threat to the people, wildlife and natural resources that exemplify the best of what makes South Carolina a special place to live and work. Our state’s fisheries and ocean-based tourism and recreation support nearly 79,000 jobs and…

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Georgetown Restaurants Serving Local Food

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

This summer, CCL has been working hard to connect Georgetown County restaurants with local farms, such as Millgrove and C-Breeze, to provide the freshest, healthiest food to their customers AND support the local economy. We’ve enjoyed getting to know the wonderful people on both ends of the supply chain, and have created lasting relationships between them. We hope that more connections like these will continue to be made. The following restaurants in the City…

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