The Agenda: Dana Beach stepping down; Chs. schools could restore some cuts; ILA to hold off on work stoppage

Beach leaves CCL after 28 years

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Coastal Conservation League founder Dana Beach said Monday that he will step down from his post, but will stay on in strategic roles behind the scenes. Source: P&C

With more money coming in thanks to local growth, Charleston County schools are considering reversing some of the teacher job cuts they made last year. Source: P&C

About 60 people showed up to the Statehouse yesterday for the "Spirit of America" rally in support of President Donald Trump. Source: P&C

A national McClatchy-Marist poll shows that 72 percent of Trump supporters want a path to citizenship for immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally. Source: McClatchy

The head of the International Longshoremen's Association asked union members yesterday to hold off on a planned walkout that would have allowed members to rally in Washington D.C. over lost jobs and use of nonunion labor at the Port of Charleston. Source: Wall Street Journal

One man working on the long-delayed MOX fuel plant at the Savannah River Site will plead guilty to allegations that he billed for more than $5 million worth of goods or services that he never delivered to the project. Source: AP

Prosecutors are seeking a stiff penalty for Joey Meek, the friend of convicted Emanuel AME shooter Dylann Roof, for failing to notify law enforcement of his knowledge of his friend's plans. The 22-year old could spend up to eight years behind bars. Source: P&C

A Camden woman is the seventh Republican to declare an intention to run in the 5th District special election to replace Mick Mulvaney in Congress. Source: The State


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