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News :: October 11, 2017

Flooding is going to be a problem for parts of the Charleston peninsula for the foreseeable future. Even with some $2 billion in mitigation projects underway, planned or identified, there is simply no way that city officials can hold back a hurricane or prevent the occasional downpour.

News :: October 11, 2017

Flooding is going to be a problem for parts of the Charleston peninsula for the foreseeable future. Even with some $2 billion in mitigation projects underway, planned or identified, there is simply no way that city officials can hold back a hurricane or prevent the occasional downpour.

News :: October 11, 2017

This is just how ridiculous it has become to park in downtown Charleston:

The city is currently trying to find 30 parking spaces for a business that wants to set up shop downtown. You know, economic development. The company already has office space, but nowhere for its employees to drop their cars during the day.

News :: October 11, 2017

Charleston City Council unanimously agreed Tuesday to help fund the Lowcountry Low Line and an additional bridge over the Ashley River, setting two of the region's most ambitious bike and pedestrian projects on a path to reality.

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