There aren't many sidewalks around Folly because the Department of Transportation requires very expensive stuff to install them (all streets on Folly are county roads). There's surveying, and drainage systems, and other stuff. It's not just laying down concrete. To avoid those costs, small cities like Folly are trending toward paved (or gravel) paths beside the road (in the right-of-way).
I'm so glad that Ms. Atwater clarified her radio interview with vetted prose. Now we know that she wasn't just having a bad day when she was on the radio, she really becomes incoherent whenever she tries to straddle the line between informed thought and ignorant dogma. All the editing and ghost-writing in the world can't take that away from her.
Brian has the support of the Folly Beach community. The Civic Club has agreed to pay for the labor in building wooden ramps to complete the skate park.
Nice work. Your map is of North Center Street in North Charleston.
The condition of Zimmerman's head didn't support the claim that it was being beaten against the ground. His head supported the supposition that he did himself some damage to create justification after he shot to kill an unarmed kid, who was being hunted down despite explicit police instructions to cease and desist.
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