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Those advocating to repair what's left of the modified waterway argue that other options would better serve the interests of West Side residents, who have endured decades of mistreatment and bad policy-making. WestEdge and the city of Charleston, instead, insist that the tax-increment financing project is the best way to solve serious flooding and contamination problems. Read moreGadsden Creek case is appealed with hope of preserving the tidal channel

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