If you would like to contact your state senator about this issue: http://bit.ly/CaptainSams
We've got great news to share! Today the South Carolina Supreme Court granted our petition to keep the "automatic stay" in place to protect Captain Sams Spit. This means that construction will NOT be allowed to begin until our case, represented by the South Carolina Environmental Law Project (SCELP), is heard. Thousands of you are speaking out to protect Captain Sams Spit, and our efforts are working! Captain Sams Spit is safe for now, but the fight is far from over. The out-of-state developers who want to build on this special place are relentless. They and others are lobbying hard for the legislature to roll back current and proposed protections, including the "automatic stay" that has kept the Spit safe thus far and the shoreline management bill that will help protect the natural environment along our coast. Show your support for keeping Captain Sams Spit pristine by ordering a sticker! The Supreme Court has consistently stood with us, but we can't take any chances. We must also stand up to efforts to dismantle the laws and regulations that protect Captain Sams Spit and other special places.
Order your sticker today: http://www.coastalconservationleague.org/c…
Thank you for your support.
Coastal Conservation League
Be sure to add your name to our petition, requesting that Governor Haley do what she can to help us protect the Spit: http://action.coastalconservationleague.or…
Yikes. Per usual, your "arguments" are a disaster.
We need bike access for both the Ashley River Bridge and the James Island Connector. And they shouldn't be played off of each other and delayed for so long that neither happens.
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