The Agenda: Volvo to Berkeley County; Development fights bring zoning intrigue; Hollywood home invasion details

State offices closed in observance of Confederate Memorial Day

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After reports surfaced on Friday that Volvo may have passed on a Georgia site as it searched for a location for its first U.S. factory and S.C. power company Santee Cooper held an emergency meeting on Sunday to talk through an undisclosed economic development package, S.C. officials made the announcement official this morning. Volvo's first American manufacturing facility will be built in Berkeley County, bringing upwards of 4,000 jobs to the area, along with the potential of billions of dollars of economic impact. Source: The State, AJC, CRBJ, P&C

State offices are closed today, marking the anniversary of the death of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson, observed in S.C. as Confederate Memorial Day. Source: AP

A bill proposed by Republican state Rep. Mike Pitts would allow gun owners to obtain a concealed carry permit without going through safety classes currently mandated by state law. Source: The State

Republican candidates for president converged on Greenville over the weekend for the Freedom Summit, hosted by Congressman Jeff Duncan and the group Citizens United. Source: P&C, Wall Street Journal

Development fights across the Charleston area have brought zoning changes and the political controversy behind them into the spotlight as the area continues to work through how to deal with increased growth and economic recovery. Source: P&C

The chronology of Charleston County deputies' response to an armed home invasion last week called into county 911 dispatch is getting closer scrutiny this week after questions arise about what information dispatchers knew and gave deputies and the procedures followed by deputies on the scene. Source: P&C

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