The Agenda: Rezone Sgt. Jasper site?; McGinley fires back on CCSD shortfall; Charleston Cooks closing

McGill switching parties to run as Republican

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Former CCSD Superintendent Nancy McGinley - ADAM CHANDLER FILE PHOTO
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  • Former CCSD Superintendent Nancy McGinley

Pushing back on allegations that the Charleston schools district's financial issues date back to former superintendent Nancy McGinley's administration, McGinley has a lengthy op-ed in today's P&C: "CCSD staff kept board full informed on finances"

Live 5 update today: "Many worried that students will suffer as CCSD looks to cut jobs"

Charleston City Council will consider a zoning change for the Sergeant Jasper at its meeting tonight. Beach Company CEO John Darby says the change "indicates the city is not serious about any intentions to work toward a reasonable agreement" on their most-recently proposed plan for the site. Source: CRBJ

Op-ed by The State's Cindi Scoppe on special interests: "A new group of carpetbaggers, a familiar MO"

Pushing back on allegations that the Charleston schools district's financial issues date back to former superintendent Nancy McGinley's administration, McGinley has a lengthy op-ed in today's P&C: "CCSD staff kept board full informed on finances"

Live 5 update today: "Many worried that students will suffer as CCSD looks to cut jobs"

A House roads bill being considered this week would fund $400 million this year for road repairs, but does not adopt recurring money from the general fund, meaning that lawmakers will have to revisit how to fund future repairs. Source: The State, P&C

A British ship is sailing from Japan carrying 730 pounds of plutonium on its way to South Carolina, with its cargo ultimately bound for the Savannah River Site for storage. Source: AP

Former state Lt. Gov. Yancey McGill, who's served for 25 years in the Statehouse as a Democrat, says he'll run for lieutenant governor as a Republican, telling The State that he didn't switch parties before now because he lived in a Democratic district. Source: The State

A year after Maverick Southern Kitchens sold off its restaurant portfolio to Hall Management Group, Maverick leader Dick Elliott says he's retiring and closing the two Charleston Cooks locations the group still operates. Source: P&C


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