Late Night Activity Review Committee holding public meetings

The city of Charleston is holding public meetings on late-night activity in the peninsula's entertainment district. Grace Beahm/Staff

The city of Charleston’s Late Night Activity Review Committee is holding three public meetings Wednesday.

They will be at 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. in the second floor auditorium of the Charleston County Public Library’s Main Library, 68 Calhoun St. Parking is in the garage under the library, or at the city garage at 32 Alexander St.

The public will get an update on the committee’s progress, and will be invited to weigh in on matters concerning the peninsula’s entertainment district, which includes the Market, parts of Meeting and East Bay Streets and King Street.

On Sept. 22, Charleston City Council passed a one-year moratorium on new establishments that serve alcohol past midnight in the district. The decision also called for a Late Night Activity Review Committee to study the situation and provide recommendations to City Council as it develops a management plan for the area.

Reach Diane Knich at 843-937-5491 or on Twitter at @dianeknich.