Keep up with Reopening the Connector!

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Let’s get the City of Charleston to reopen this vital connection for bicyclists and pedestrians. Many of us all over the state supported Bill S.1375, sponsored by state senators Campsen, Hutto, and Ford. Signed into law in June 2012 with only two dissenting votes, it provides certain exceptions for bicyclists and pedestrians to use controlled-access roadways like the James Island Connector. The next step? The City of Charleston must pass an ordinance to reopen the Connector…


Take Action to Stop the Plastic Bag Lobbyists

Monday, February 22, 2016

Let’s preserve the right of cities and towns to manage plastic bags. Email your Representative today to ask them to reject calls from plastic bag lobbyists to ban plastic bag bans. Click here.

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The Fiscally Responsible Alternative to I-73

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT), Horry County politicians and their special interests have been advancing the construction of an interstate from Rockingham, NC to the Myrtle Beach area since the mid-90s. The impetus for I-73 came from Congress that defined in legislation “Priority Corridor 5” stretching from Michigan to South Carolina passing through Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina. I-73 in South Carolina gained momentum when SCDOT received federal…

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