Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, City parks (including Parkshore Park) are now “closed”. 🙁
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The city web site says our trash pickup will be delayed to Thursday this week.
Remember that this week’s pickup will be a day later, on Thursday 27 December 2019.
Update — The city trash pickup is on a THREE day delay. Trash pickup is Saturday this week.
Hurricane Dorian followed the same path along the coast that Hurricane Michael did a few years ago, but brought higher winds and less flooding. A quick survey of the neighborhood suggests that oak trees were the big victim this time. No serious damage was noted. No flooding other than some large puddles in the street. Here are a few of the more dramatic trees.
You can use this link to report damage (downed trees, flooding, downed utility lines, etc) to the City of Charleston: https://gis.charleston-sc.gov/report-damage/#top
You can also upload photos as part of your submission. Stay safe!
You can use this link to report damage (downed trees, flooding, downed utility lines, etc) to the City of Charleston: https://gis.charleston-sc.gov/report-damage/#top You can also upload photos as part of your submission. Stay safe!
Looks like nobody liked the proposed options, so the County is backing off for now.
” Charleston County Eliminates SC 7 and SC 171 Intersection Improvements Project Charleston County Transportation Development will not pursue the SC 7 and SC 171 Intersection Improvements Project following the latest review of citizen comments. Staff will now design alternative improvements throughout the study area including additional multi-use paths and providing congestion relief. “
We got a hangtag on the door today advising that Charleston Water System (CWS) will be doing smoke testing in the neighborhood from 23 July through 6 August 2019. As usual this means you might see some white smoke coming out of the ground. It’s harmless, they tell us.
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