JAMES ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) – A Facebook post got a lot of attention after making false claims about the Fort Johnson and May Forest renovation project. The post, which was created on Friday, got over 400 comments from upset and confused residents. It was created by the group “Charleston Municipality,” they made claims that theContinue reading “Live 5 News: Satirical Facebook post brings attention to Fort Johnson renovation”
An April 4 editorial in The Post and Courier highlighted an ongoing debate in the General Assembly about Duke Energy saving its ratepayers millions through a practice called securitization. The core of the debate is not whether we should help utility monopolies such as Duke Energy and Dominion Energy save ratepayers money, but how much.Continue reading “The Post and Courier: Securitization can cut SC ratepayer costs for coal plant closures too”
Given the balkanized nature of local governments on James Island, it would have been easy for them to point fingers at one another regarding who should tackle the costly and complicated problem of addressing high contamination levels in James Island Creek. Instead, the opposite has happened, and we urge the city and county of Charleston,Continue reading “P&C: Keep momentum flowing to clean up James Island Creek”
CHARLESTON COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) — One of the Lowcountry’s popular waterways, called by locals either the James Island Creek or Ellis Creek, is getting help to fight its known bacteria problem. On Friday, the water quality advocacy group, the Charleston Waterkeeper, released its seasonal weekly testing results. Those results say this weekend is a goodContinue reading “ABC News: Lowcountry task force continues work to rid Ellis Creek of harmful bacteria”
South Carolina is considered the fourth most vulnerable state to climate change’s effects, according to a recent report from the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The report also found that it is among the eight most unprepared states to deal with negative health effects associated with climate change. But do South Carolina legislatorsContinue reading “The Statehouse Report: State is vulnerable to climate change, but not priority for some”
CHARLESTON, S.C. – As law enforcement attempts to crack down on abandoned boats in local waterways, a new bill would place more responsibility on the owners. Bill H.3865, introduced by freshman Representative Spencer Wetmore, would require a permit for watercraft or floating structures to be moored in a public waterway for an extended period, specifically,Continue reading “Count on News 2: Bill taking aim at abandoned and derelict boats in local waterways passes SC House”
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