We’ve been at the forefront of efforts to protect the nationally significant historic Ashley River Corridor and lead the expansion of the National Register-designated Ashley River Historic District from approximately 7,000 to 24,000 acres. Because the area straddles several municipal jurisdictions and is located on the suburban edges of the region, it’s more vulnerable to development.
These efforts, funded by the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, fostered groundbreaking research and survey efforts to better understand the history of this important Lowcountry landscape.
Learn more at http://ashleyriverhistoriccorridor.org/
At the November 14 Charleston County Council meeting there were two major amendment proposals brought before council. First was the reconsideration of a previously overturned amendment to the Charleston County…Read More