Archive for September 2012

Port should help clear the air- an op-ed in today’s P&C by Henry Tomlinson, COFC student

Of course the City of Charleston doesn’t try to make children sick. And the State Ports Authority doesn’t intend for people to lose years of life living or working in Charleston. So why do they promote policies that do exactly that?
Read more. 

“Most oppose SC passenger cruise terminal at hearing”- an Associated Press article in P&C.

About 100 people turned out at a public hearing Wednesday on a proposed $35 million South Carolina passenger cruise terminal and most who spoke urged regulators not to issue a required state permit for the project.

“The public should know the pros and cons of the proposed site,” said Carrie Agnew, executive director of a nonprofit called Charleston Communities for Cruise Control.


In P&C: “Plaintiffs: SC cruise case should be heard in DC”-

“…the plaintiffs say the case has national significance because the corps’ permitting should consider the impacts of projects on historic areas. They say that applies not only in Charleston but nationwide.”  Read moreP&C, Wednesday, September 5, 2012.

“Cruise tips for Savannah”- a P&C Sunday editorial

Read More in P&C, Sunday, September 2, 2012.