The Agenda: New license plates; Aluminum plant may stay open; Sgt. Jasper players meeting

Medical district to get a refresh



New license plates set to be rolled out next year won't be as colorful as current tags, but will look similar and feature a two-tone color scheme that will alternate colors each year. Source: Beaufort Gazette

Last minute action by state lawmakers could keep the Mount Holly aluminum plant open at least through the middle of next year, giving officials on both sides to continue power rate negotiations. Source: P&C

Piggly Wiggly's sister company is selling off some of the shopping centers that formerly housed their grocery stores until their sale to the parent company of Bi-Lo. Source: P&C

Charleston's hotel market is doing better than last year, but did experience a set back due to this fall's floods. Source: P&C

After an incident where a man shooting target practice in his yard put a school on lockdown recently, Berkeley County Council couldn't muster enough votes to pass a measure that would prohibit people from firing gun within 250 yards of schools, homes, playgrounds, parks, and day cares in populated areas. Source: P&C

The Beach Company, neighborhood representatives, and city planning officials will meet today to discuss a way forward on the Sergean Jasper development. Source: P&C

The hospitals in the city's cluster of downtown medical centers have entered into an agreement to redesign the area into a more cohesive medical district. Source: P&C


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