The Agenda: Cruise traffic study; New Flagship plans; N. Chs. police review greeted with hope and skepticism

DHEC says local utilities may not know where lead lines are


Flagship 3 is proposed to be built on Morrison Drive - CHARLESTON BAR
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  • Flagship 3 is proposed to be built on Morrison Drive

The state's water regulatory agency responded to an EPA request that states share more info with the public about lead testing, telling the feds that they don't have some of the info and local utilities may not either. Source: G'ville News

A twist! Republican candidates for president not named Donald Trump will team up to foil the New York billionaire's shot at the White House. Source: NYT

A dramatically up-sized Flagship office building will go back before the BAR this week. The new plans call for a larger four-story building with retail and a restaurant as well as a six-story city parking garage. Source: P&C

As the State Ports Authority pushes forward on a new cruise port downtown, a new traffic study commissioned by the agency shows that cruises in port have little impact on traffic in the area. Source: P&C

The announcement last week that the City of North Charleston is requesting a federal review of its policing practices was at the same time more than expected and not enough to critics of the law enforcement agency reeling since last year's killing of Walter Scott. Source: P&C


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