Officials to break ground on new library in Mount Pleasant 2017-07-25T08:50:41Z2017-07-25T12:18:05ZBy Aaron Maybin, Reporter (source: WCSC) MOUNT PLEASANT, SC (WCSC) - Charleston County Public Library and Charleston County Government officials will hold a groundbreaking Tuesday to celebrate a new library branch in Mount Pleasant.The groundbreaking marks the start of construction to the 40,000 square foot facility, which will be located inside Mount Pleasant’s Carolina Park neighborhood.The...
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Crews worked overnight Wednesday into Thursday morning cleaning dangling debris from the Don Holt Bridge after netting collapsed onto the roadway. “We had a problem with the system that was in place to catch the debris coming off from a painting project we had going on on the Holt,” SCDOT spokesman James Law said. Law said cleanup was an enormous undertaking. Crews had to carefully clear out pieces of fallen tarp, heavy metal netting and steel cables.
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Selecting a term
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