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A Mount Pleasant proposed a ballot referendum asking voters if they would pay a little more property tax in order to fund $10 million in land purchases by the town.
After years of debate, restrictions and limits on short-term rentals in Mount Pleasant are on track to begin this summer.
Charleston County's plans to improve the intersection of Sam Rittenberg Boulevard (S.C. Highway 7) and Old Towne Road (S.C. Highway 171) got a thumbs-down from residents, sending plans back to the drawing board.
Some Charleston-area nonprofits have seen their grant funding from Trident United Way slashed or eliminated in what some call "unexpected." Trident says grant applicants had all the information up front.
As development marches up the Charleston peninsula, new plans for a 175-acre former landfill are being created.
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In a legal blow to the East Cooper area's water and sewer utility, a lawsuit claiming Mount Pleasant Waterworks overcharged commercial customers including homeowner associations has been approved as a class-action case.
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