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Get ALL the News In case you don’t subscribe to The Summerville Journal Scene and The Post and Courier, here are some stories you may have missed: Long-awaited Summerville park to be ﬁnished and opened to the public by 2022 Summerville planning commission split on dropping development rules that took years Turning a wooded area surrounding Eugene Sires Elementary School into a large public park has been in the works since 2011. By 2022, Pine Trace Natural Area will become Dorchester County’s largest county-owned park space. Summerville officials who make recommendations around building and the future of the area are divided on getting rid of 300 pages of development guidelines. Town Council recently agreed to repeal and replace its Unified Development Ordinance. Summerville resident Ashley Lawrence wins Ms. Wheelchair South Carolina USA SCDOT to spend the next two weeks collecting opinions on Berlin G. Myers third phase Three years ago, 40-year-old Ashley Lawrence’s life changed after a spinal injury caused her to lose the use of her right leg. Not one to be set back, she recently was crowned Ms. Wheelchair USA South Carolina. But she still faces struggles just getting into buildings. For the next couple of weeks, residents will have the opportunity to voice their concerns and comments on the third and final phase of the Berlin G. Myers Parkway. The Summerville road project has been planned since 1976 and is slated to cost $118 million. Support your community by purchasing a digital subscription. Help us serve the Summerville community by becoming a digital subscriber. Our public service and investigative reporting is among the most important work we do, but it is also the most expensive. We can’t do it without the support of readers like you. By becoming a digital subscriber you will have unlimited access to The Summerville Journal Scene online, as well as The Post and Courier’s coverage of Berkeley and Dorchester counties and our full statewide reporting. Digital subscriptions are up to 50% off for a limited time. Subscribe today. Call 843-853-7678 We’ll quickly set up your Unlimited Digital Access. Go online to: postandcourier.com/Subscribe Take advantage of the extras that come with your subscription including: Daily and weekly newsletters on a variety of local topics: postandcourier.com/newsletter-signup Valuable deals and coupons from hundreds of local businesses: postandcourier.com/rewards For more perks and privileges, visit postandcourier.com/insiders.