Monday, February 11, 2019

The Agenda: More than 2,500 apartments to be added in Charleston this year; Civil asset forfeiture reforms coming

Paved paradise and put up a hotel

Posted by Lauren Hurlock on Mon, Feb 11, 2019 at 1:02 PM

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In an unsurprising twist, a parking lot on Meeting and Wolfe streets owned by the Charleston School of Law may end up being – drumroll, please - a hotel. Not only a hotel, but one of the biggest on the peninsula clocking in at 252 rooms according to plans submitted to the city. Source: P&C

Nikki Haley is scheduled to headline the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Main Event in Miami on Tuesday, however, her remarks and details about her appearance are being kept a secret. Some attendees have shelled out $1,000 a person to attend. Source: The State

Although the Navy abandoned their original North Charleston digs 25 years ago, the area is being preserved and reused. Post and Courier estimates that at least 4,000 people work in the area now, with more development to come. Source: P&C

In a new development: new developments are going to be popping up around Charleston, with more than 2,500 apartment units just this year. Source: P&C

S.C. lawmakers reportedly will propose civil asset forfeiture reforms this week as the Greenville News examines the details and impacts of law enforcement work that sees the confiscation of millions of dollars in assets statewide. Source: Greenville News

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