Officials say it is part of a new initiative, put forth by Charleston Police Chief Luther Reynolds, to foster “open dialogue, transparency, and improve communications between the Charleston Police Department and the communities” they serve.
In a response to North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey’s Facebook video aimed at Norfolk Southern, State Rep. Marvin Pendarvis is proposing an amendment to a bill he’s filed that would hold railroad companies responsible for traffic delays.
Some Johns Island residents are opposed to the new I-526 plan that was approved last week. Critics say the extension will only save around 30-40 seconds of commute time and they’re worried about what they’ll do once the road is over-capacity.
An act has been introduced by South Dakota Senator John Thune and co-sponsored by seven other senators which would pay active, civilian, and retired Coast Guard members despite the government shutdown.