Community dock denied permit on Seabrook Island

A small victory for the protection of the South Carolina coast happened on December 8th, 2015. You can view the memorandum here, released by DHEC: Kiawah Development Partners LLC (2015-00516-1G).pdf. It states that the community dock denied permit by DHEC “is for the recreational use of the future property owners of the six homes sites” on Little Eagle Island, Seabrook Island.

Kiawah Development Partners are the same folks who have been pushing the construction of homes on the nearby Captain Sams Spit.

It’s a good win against improper development of our coast because “DHEC is absolutely correct in its denial” of the permit, according to Katie Zimmerman of the Coastal Conservation League, who “submitted a several-page long letter outlining all of the regulations this proposal violated.” Thank you to all the local activists who submitted their objections as well and support the work of the Coastal Conservation League.

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