WHOOP, WHOOP!!! Given the culinary collateral Charleston wields, as well as our outstanding venues/restaurants, having featured several Lowcountry Chefs (Sean Brock), and the indomitable Bill Murray, I've wondered for YEARS...
WHAT TOOK TOP CHEF SO LONG?!
Cannot wait! Charleston's every facet will shine like the sparkling jewel she is...
At Philip Chin, Your well chosen articles, by well researched, thoughtful journalists are more worthy of report and consideration than Mat's preposterous, poorly drawn drivel.
Also NOT figured into the price was amount of serving for price!
@Jeanne Murray, Where do YOU reside? Unfortunately, I reside and have for 30 years in this ever, increasingly disruptive area and am appreciative of the City's attempt to protect the interests of NEIGHBORHOODS where people have resided for hundreds of years! Not OUR fault, nor our actions that have created the problems. The graphs say it all.
Having lived downtown, for 30 years, the issues addressed in this proposal are more than valid. YES, it is THAT bad for residents, many who have lived here longer than most of those who urinate, vomit, litter, commit property damage and noise pollute in the surrounding neighborhoods have been alive. In the last 10 years or so, the City has had to create a task force entitled the "Livability Police", to deal w/ the issues aforementioned. Why should I have to move? Last time I checked , I too, have rights! Our homes were here long b/f the bars at issue, hundreds of years, in fact. There are still plenty of bars to choose from, that will continue to serve till 2 AM. Compromise is key. When a few chose certain actions, all have to suffer the consequences. Truth be told, I daresay, if the same was happening in the neighborhoods of those who oppose the ordinance, they might see things differently.
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