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County Planning Commission to consider reinstating urban growth line on Johns Island

Attention Johns Island Residents: Stop the Madness!

Please attend County Planning Commission Hearing on July 19

Tom Wise
4355 River Rd.
Johns Island

The Charleston County Planning Commission will consider the most recent application to amend the Charleston County Comprehensive Plan at their next regular meeting, July 19, 2004. This amendment would reinstate the original Urban Growth Line that was established by County Council in 1999, reversing its decision to expand the boundary and open up 2500 more Johns Island acres to development and urban sprawl. For a map showing the original and expanded boundaries click
here (See my previous letter for more details)

Planning Commission Meeting
Monday, July 19, 2004 4:00 P.M.
Council Chambers, Second Floor
Lonnie Hamilton, III PSB
4045 Bridge View Drive
North Charleston, SC

For a map to the county building click here

County Council has also scheduled a public hearing to receive comments regarding this request. The meeting will be held August 17, 2004, at the same location and at 4p.m.

Johns Island residents need to show their support for this application: We let down our guard last year and were taken advantage of. Please help us keep Johns Island as rural as we can, for as long as we can, by attending these meetings and writing letters to County Planning and County Council showing our support. Include your name, address, telephone number, length of residence, reasons for support, and reference Case 3268-T. Address your letters to:

Jennifer Miller
Director, Planning Department
4045 Bridge View Drive
North Charleston, SC 29405-7464
Fax 202-7218

Beverly T. Craven
Clerk of Council
4045 Bridge View Drive
North Charleston, SC 29405
Fax 958-4035

Johns Island residents have been complacent too long. Get your friends and neighbors involved. We must join together on this, and must act before the rural island we love is lost forever.

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