Regulators hold hearing on SC cruise terminal
State regulators have scheduled a public hearing on one of the more heated issues in Charleston - the year-round cruise industry.
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#1 Apr 19, 2012
As long as the development is made smartly, the environment does not suffer and the jobs created are permanent, the workers are legal I am for the project. We need the the business in Charleston!
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