The first traffic roundabout on James Island is included in the latest version of the $18 million Harbor View Road improvements project to be presented at a meeting Tuesday night.
The roundabout would be at the intersection of Harbor View and Fort Johnson roads.
At the meeting, Charleston County staff will discuss the road improvements and how they will be reviewed under the National Environmental Policy Act.
A brief presentation at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday will provide an overview of the new version of the project, known as a “proposed alternative.” Afterwards, officials handling engineering, right-of-way acquisition and environmental issues will be available to answer questions. Displays of the proposed alternative will be provided for public review.
The meeting is at Stiles Point Elementary School.
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