The food has always been great at Finz. I have been going there since they opened and found the food exceptional. The portions were really big too. Try the grouper Poboy!
Mr Greene should also note that under Riley and his "successful" pro tourism and affordable housing policies the amount of African Americans living downtown has gone from around 28,000 to less than 8,000. How is your so called most "liveable city" working for them? Is that how the racial divide is "narrowed"?
How is Riley's massive expansion and annexation without any significant infrastructure or cycling path planning helping those spending hours in traffic on Folly Road, Savannah Highway, and River Road? Does Mr Green ever drive in this city?
How is putting a cruise terminal for a polluting cruise line in deep downtown going to help liveablity downtown? How successful was the Riley administration in running a safe and modern fire department? as far as waterfront access why is it that the City Marina is now a private Marina without access to the general public?
I think Mr Green should try to be honest about Riley's if he wants to be considered objective when he criticizes the new mayor, but yet I have never seen Mr Green write a single word that was not agenda driven.
At least he has hired fellow a fellow legislator to represent him keeping it all in the club.
Of course the police have shot unarmed people like Zach Hammond in Seneca too, but no attention is paid because he doesn't fit into your narrative.
Joe Riley was mayor for 40 years or so, and said one of the things he was most proud of was all the affordable housing created in Charleston and keeping Charleston a living breathing city where people in neighborhoods.
If Dwayne wants to have an honest discussion about gentrification maybe he should examine the ex mayor's leadership instead of blaming architectural preservationists?
tbsharkey Portland has been planning bike paths for decades as well as light rail, Charleston never did.
Don't expect Portland like bike paths after decades of no planning.
the James Island Expressway should have had a pedestrian. bike path no doubt.
that was a huge mistake.
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