Monday, August 12, 2013

The Agenda: Darius Rucker Blvd. dedicated; Haley says she's running for re-election; DHEC hearing shows Senate's oversight

Santee Cooper's "illegal" meeting

Posted by Sam Spence on Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 12:30 PM


The City of North Charleston officially dedicated Darius Rucker Blvd. this morning, renaming a portion of Coliseum Drive for the Hootie frontman and Charleston-area native. [Live 5]

Gov. Nikki Haley said this morning that she would be filing for re-election in two weeks. [The State]

The State looks at last week's Senate hearing questioning DHEC Director Catherine Templeton, highlighting the Senate's little-seen oversight function. [The State]

The P&C says that state-owned utility Santee Cooper approved the biggest loan in its history last week at an impromptu meeting it called in violation of state sunshine laws. [P&C]

ICYMI last week, Evening Post Publishing Co. changed its name to Evening Post Industries, saying it "better reflects our existing diversified holdings." [CRBJ]

College of Charleston reportedly still wants to merge with MUSC, but some folks at the Medical University still need a little convincing. [P&C]

You probably saw the backlash after rumors last week about MTV's Real World setting up shop in Charleston, well the folks in Georgetown aren't taking too kindly to "The Dirty South" filming in their area either. [Georgetown Times]

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