Tuesday, November 24, 2015

The Agenda: Will Sgt. Jasper zoning vote be delayed?; Haley wants faster flood payouts; $30M for public charters

Sheheen moving forward with proposal for drone restrictions over private property

Posted by Sam Spence on Tue, Nov 24, 2015 at 10:02 AM

The federal Department of Education recently announced a $30 million fund for South Carolina to create up to five new public charter schools across the state each year for five years. Source: P&C

click to enlarge During the runoff campaign, John Tecklenburg held a press conference in front of the Sergeant Jasper - TECKLENBURG FOR MAYOR FACEBOOK
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Charleston City Councilman Mike Seekings says he would support a delay on a vote on whether to change zoning restrictions for new developments, including the Sergeant Jasper, in hopes that mayor-elect John Tecklenburg, who has spoken out in favor of lowering height limits, would force another rethink of the Jasper project. Source: P&C

Gov. Nikki Haley says the process for farmers to file claims and receive payments for flood-related losses is "slow and cumbersome," urging government officials to speed up payouts. Source: AP, The State

State Sen. Vincent Sheheen says he's moving forward with plans to pre-file a bill that would forbid drone owners flying their aircraft over other people's private property. Source: WSPA

After a swing through South Carolina this weekend, Democratic candidate for president U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders headed to Atlanta yesterday, where he visited the MLK Center and spoke at the Fox Theatre. Sanders also grabbed lunch with rapper Killer Mike of Run the Jewels and snapped a photo. Source: WaPo, Twitter

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