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Maurice Washington’s comments urge protection of Gadsden Creek

Maurice Washington spoke at the June 17th, 2015 DHEC public meeting in opposition of the destruction of Gadsden Creek by the WestEdge development project. He submitted this letter to Delete Apathy for publication: Some of my fondest memories while growing up in Charleston are from my years living at (38-D Hagood Ave) Gadsden Green public […]
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Don’t fill Charleston’s last urban tidal creek

Gadsden Creek, the last remaining urban tidal creek in historic Charleston, is threatened by development. 93 concerned citizens congregated at DHEC’s public meeting at 265 Fishburne St on June 17, 2015. It began with a 10 minute defense by a representative of WestEdge (Horizon Project Foundation, Inc.) to fill 354,000 cubic feet of wetlands and […]
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Good news for our creek and most waterways in Charleston

Thanks to Charleston Waterkeeper, we are happy to report that our creek and most others in our area are again swimmable! View the Water Quality Monitoring page to see the results around town.
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