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For anyone who closely followed the Medal of Honor Museum’s saga, the conflict was abundantly clear. What’s less known is the months-long meltdown that led to its unraveling.
Fewer visitors have been touring Patriots Point's historic vessels along the Mount Pleasant waterfront than expected.
Last week, Patriots Point terminated its 99-year lease with the foundation. Now the group has confirmed that they are working to return the $5 million it was given by state to a build a museum in Mount Pleasant.
The Patriots Point Development Authority last week canceled its agreements with the Medal of Honor Foundation. And Monday, S.C. Sen. Hugh Leat…
The Patriots Point Development Authority voted Friday to end a lease relationship which has been in place since 2013 and closing a chapter in a years-long effort to build a Medal of Honor Museum in Mount Pleasant.
The two remaining Palmetto State residents on the Medal of Honor Museum Foundation's board recently changed their member status from active to emeritus.
On Friday, a deadline for the Medal of Honor Museum will not be met, opening up the opportunity for either Patriots Point or the Medal of Honor Museum Foundation to terminate their lease agreement.
"It sounds like there are issues, but they're not our issues," Town Councilman Tom O'Rourke said.
During the Mount Pleasant Town Council meeting this week, one resident made a plea to put the past behind them.