Thursday, November 15, 2018

The Agenda: State legislators ready to hear bidding for Santee Cooper; starting Monday, mopeds must be registered at the DMV

Utility company comes with $8 million in debt

Posted by Lauren Hurlock on Thu, Nov 15, 2018 at 12:24 PM

Crews work on the V.C. Summer plant in Fairfield County - SCE&G PHOTO
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  • Crews work on the V.C. Summer plant in Fairfield County
Have some extra cash burning a hole in your pocket? S.C. legislators are ready to hear formal bids for Santee Cooper. According to AP, there are about two dozen parties interested to varied degrees. A note for prospective buyers: the utility would come with its $8 billion in debt. Source: AP

In case you missed it: a single-use plastic ban passed its first reading in the Charleston City Council. Included in the ban are plastic bags, foam containers, and plastic straws, with a few exemptions. Source: City Paper

This summer, the College of Charleston will start offering graduate-level degrees in data science and analytics. Source: P&C

Starting on Mon., Nov. 19, mopeds in S.C. need to be registered with the DMV. Source: Dillon Herald

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