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Mount Pleasant's Comprehensive Plan, a guiding vision for the town's next decade, has been completed.
The Cooper River Historic District is South Carolina’s largest, but planned development around it is causing preservationists and conservationists to take note.
Sewer connections have been used for decades to regulate growth in Mount Pleasant, but some Snowden residents balked at annexing into the town. Now, the rules have changed.
A third lane could be added to part of S.C. Highway 41 in Mount Pleasant, before the end of 2020, town and county officials have agreed.
"We've got to make some decisions because in five years we run out of money."
Rural Awendaw sits on the northern edge of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina's fourth-largest city, and growth and development are heading in that direction as Mount Pleasant runs out of land to build upon.
Charleston County now plans to demolish all the building on the site of the former Charleston Naval Hospital, and leave more than half the 23-acre property in North Charleston open to redevelopment.
Last week, Town Council unanimously approved a cap on new residences, which will limit new home permits to about 600 per year, mostly for single-family homes.
The citizens of Berkeley County and the rest of the Lowcountry have something to celebrate this holiday season. Amid rampant development and s…
Mount Pleasant's Planning Commission unanimously rejected a plan to cap annual building permits, but Town Council appears on track to approve the plan nonetheless.