Pat Hendrix 
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Re: “For some Charleston restaurants, the staffing shortage shows no signs of stopping

With a 10% VAT tax, a 15% fnb tax, sky high rent and the city deciding to jack up parking costs, the problem is going to get much worse. The people running the city only care about Conde Naste because they are still living in the 1990s when tourism was the city's lifeline. Seriously, we're about to drop $100,000,000 on rebuilding the High Battery. How out of touch are these people?

Oh, and if you decide to commute from Summerville or Goose Creek, you get to enjoy terrible traffic on the nonexistent roads that our 10% VAT tax and 15% fnb tax don't pay for.

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Posted by Pat Hendrix on April 13, 2018 at 1:11 PM

Re: “Are short-term rentals really bad for Charleston?

Bryan, after three cracks at your reply, I think that last post was your best. Nice work.

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Posted by Pat Hendrix on July 27, 2017 at 3:13 PM

Re: “Are short-term rentals really bad for Charleston?

"But it sounds like a call to police/livability would have solved your problem."

You don't think the entire block called the police and the livability court? They took months to even acknowledge the problem. When the city finally did something, the judge said the city needed to settle the issue once and for all before he fined the owner.

"not unlike how pre-civil rights era Charleston treated African Americans and their basic rights to life, liberty and happiness."

You're comparing short-term rental regulation in neighborhoods - in houses that are often worth millions - with Jim Crow and the systematic brutalization of African Americans after the Civil War? Let me throw this out there: You're an idiot.

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Posted by Pat Hendrix on July 27, 2017 at 11:07 AM

Re: “Are short-term rentals really bad for Charleston?

"The City of Charleston recently concluded four listening sessions which revealed that Charleston residents are generally in favor of allowing homeowners..."

"the majority of the city has expressed a desire in seeing develop, according to listening session data."

Well hot damn, that's good enough for me! What's more scientific than some "listening sessions," right Dwayne?

Hey, buddy, get one of those airbnb houses next door and let me know how much you like it. We literally had tour buses rolling up on Rutledge Avenue for parties. It was fantastic. Idiots pumping music and having a good ole fashioned hoot five feet from where people sleep. Guys with no shirts on sitting on the porch threatening anyone who said anything about them parking on the sidewalk. You'd no doubt love it, Mr. Green. And speaking of your undying love of property rights, can I put in a pig farm and strip club next to your house? If I own the property, why should you object?

Hey, folks at the City Paper, just have a software program take over writing for Dwayne Green. A bot could write something just as predictable and inane as Dwayne without all the lawyerly dissembling.

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Posted by Pat Hendrix on July 26, 2017 at 2:42 PM

Re: “Should the Dewberry's rooftop bar have been allowed to open?

"And although a few neighbors may have won in this instance, it's the rest of us that have certainly lost out on something wonderful."


Okay, now I'm totally convinced that Dwayne Green is a program created by the Chamber of Commerce to automatically respond to any zoning issue with 950 words of inane talking points.

If the Beach Company proposed a Golden Nugget Casino on Magnolia Cemetery, the DwayneBot would respond in the City Paper with an article recycling his due process arguments and lamenting the cultural and aesthetic loss of a national treasure.

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Posted by Pat Hendrix on April 26, 2017 at 9:12 AM

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