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Jasmine Gil


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Berkeley County Dispatch (December Newsletter)

Monday, December 14, 2020

I’ve been going to the upper Santee River with my dad since I was old enough to walk. We like to put in at Wilson’s Landing in our little aluminum john boat and float down the river, fishing for bream and bass. When I was young, in the heat of the summer, I’d jump out of the boat and swim in the cool water, digging giant mussels from the riverbed. It’s one of my…

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Comments On Sullivan’s Island Maritime Forest

Friday, October 2, 2020

October 1, 2020 Town of Sullivan’s Island 2056 Middle Street Sullivan’s Island, SC 29482 Re: Comments regarding the Town’s consideration of settlement agreement for Bluestein et al vs. Town of Sullivan’s Island at a Special Meeting on October 2, 2020 Dear Mr. Mayor and Members of Council: The Coastal Conservation League appreciates the opportunity to submit comments for the record regarding the proposed settlement agreement for Bluestein et al…

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BREAKING NEWS: Nurdles Update (9/21/2020)

Monday, September 21, 2020

Frontier Logistics asked the court to dismiss the lawsuit the Conservation League and Charleston Waterkeeper filed to stop the company from polluting our marshes, rivers, and beaches with plastic pellets. Today, the court correctly denied the polluter’s effort to get the case thrown out. This ruling means our efforts to protect Charleston’s waterways from plastics pollution will continue to move forward. See the decision in the attachment below.    [pdf-embedder url=”https://www.coastalconservationleague.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Norton-Order-MJP-Mot-to-Strike-Mot-to-Quash.pdf” title=”Norton Order MJP,…

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