CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - The Charleston Traffic and Transportation Committee will hold its second hearing Tuesday on potential parking changes near The Battery.
Charleston City Council is considering cutting some of the free spots on Murray Boulevard, Broad and King streets, and South Battery Drive.
The spaces in front of homes along The Battery would be marked as "residential," meaning you would need a residential parking sticker to use the space for more than two hours.
Under the proposal, some free waterfront parking would still be available.
The committee is set to hold the hearing at 4 p.m.