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Lowcountry in focus: the Kiawah Spit

The Coastal Conservation League, in association with GrowFood Carolina, reported on the status of Captain Sams Spit, Kiawah Island, in their recent newsletter, Lowcountry in focus: Captain Sams Spit is a 150-acre teardrop-shaped landform on the south end of Kiawah Island. (A spit is a narrow coastal land formation that is tied to the coast […]
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SC Supreme Court hears final arguments on Captain Sam’s Spit, Kiawah Island

Yesterday, Tuesday, January 18, 2011, the South Carolina Supreme Court heard the final pleas over the construction of a half-mile long bulkhead along the Kiawah River intended to stabilize the dynamic Captain Sam’s Spit on Kiawah Island. Lawyers Amy Armstrong of the South Carolina Environmental Law Project (SCELP) and Davis Whitfield-Cargile of the state’s Ocean […]
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SC Supreme Court Hearing on Kiawah Spit Development

In an e-mail from Peter of Friends of the Kiawah River, we were informed: The fate of the 2783 ft bulkhead/revetment on the Kiawah River will be determined at its court hearing on Tuesday, January 18th at 10:00am at the courthouse on Sumter Street in Columbia. The hearing will last only 30 minutes which will […]
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