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$50M Mt. Pleasant park referendum wins close battle at the polls

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) — “First of all, I know we’ve been talking about the numbers.”Mount Pleasant Town Councilmember Howard R. Chapman was one of several folks waiting for the ballots to be counted Tuesday evening.But Chapman wasn’t waiting for a candidate’s victory and was pushing for funding for the town’s park system.Chapman and his team of elected officials, including Gary Santos and John Iacofano, along with voting public members, worked over the past six weeks on the...

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) — “First of all, I know we’ve been talking about the numbers.”

Mount Pleasant Town Councilmember Howard R. Chapman was one of several folks waiting for the ballots to be counted Tuesday evening.

But Chapman wasn’t waiting for a candidate’s victory and was pushing for funding for the town’s park system.

Chapman and his team of elected officials, including Gary Santos and John Iacofano, along with voting public members, worked over the past six weeks on the Vote for Parks referendum.

The referendum barely passed by around a percentage point and several hundred votes.

Chapman says, “But this is another experience that shows every vote counts.”

Another council member, Iacofano, echoes Chapman’s take. And win or lose, he was glad it went up for a public vote.

Iacofano says, “the most important thing is that battle was won at the ballot box.”

The package has a 50-million-dollar price tag. Most of the project focuses on turning 100-plus acres of land purchased in 2011 along Rifle Range Road into what Iacofano calls a “legacy” park.

Multiple fields for multiple sports, including soccer, volleyball, and disc golf, an outdoor basketball court, walking trails, and gymnasiums are mapped out.

Plus, a team effort by Mount Pleasant and Charleston County purchased neighboring land for environmental preservation.

Also, part of the plan is to fix several other parks in the system.

Councilmember Gary Santos is excited about the possibilities.

Santos says, “we’re trying to give the kids that are coming to now, and adults, a place that’s really nice that’ll have new fields for them to play on.”

Perry Rourk, the Chairman of the Mount Pleasant Recreation Advisory Commission, says, “not having this referendum will be a huge setback.”

Despite their enthusiasm, not everyone was on board. That’s easy to tell by the close tally, which is not official yet.

Adding an average property tax of $80 yearly for most homeowners over the 15-year bond payout period was a known turnoff for some voters.

Neighbors recently told us that they worried about flooding and parking issues. Looking at the Phase 2 map of the plan, portions of the property are set to deal with drainage.

On Friday, the vote could be certified, making it official.

If that happens, groundbreaking on the Rifle Range Road portion of the planning could happen in November 2023.

Charleston Friends of the Library Celebrates Forty Years

Charleston, S.C.: For forty years, Charleston Friends of the Library (CFOL) has given community members the opportunity to become more involved with Charleston County Public Library (CCPL) by volunteering their time and services and providing financial support for programming across all 18 branches. With support from its members and the community, CFOL has been able to help CCPL maintain being the main pillar in the Charleston community for resources of the present and a bridge to opportunities in the future.This past...

Charleston, S.C.: For forty years, Charleston Friends of the Library (CFOL) has given community members the opportunity to become more involved with Charleston County Public Library (CCPL) by volunteering their time and services and providing financial support for programming across all 18 branches. With support from its members and the community, CFOL has been able to help CCPL maintain being the main pillar in the Charleston community for resources of the present and a bridge to opportunities in the future.

This past year, CCPL safely produced 1,016 programs over 18 branches virtually and in person. CFOL wants to continue to help CCPL produce programs that our community members can participate in and with the support of generous donors, they have contributed to donating over 1.2 million dollars to help with programs such as the Summer Reading Program, Take and Make, Free and Fresh Community Fridge Program, Books on Buses, and other regular programming at your local branch.

Each year, CFOL continues to raise the bar and this year is no different. We’re hoping to raise $5,000 to continue to provide our donation to the CCPL.

For our 40th birthday, you can give $40 (or more!) to help ensure 40 more years. Thanks to a challenge issued by a generous donor, if we raise $5,000 in total donations, it will be matched by an additional $5,000. You may donate online (https://charlestonlibraryfriends.charityproud.org/Donate/?cid=14614), or send a check to Charleston Friends of the Library (CFOL), 68 Calhoun St., Charleston, SC 29401.

“It’s been an honor for me to lead the CFOL Board for the last few years. I am standing on the shoulders of previous great board leaders and many dedicated volunteers who keep our engine running,” said Carin Jorgensen, President, CFOL Board of Directors. “I look forward to celebrating more milestones with this great organization and continuing to raise funds to support the important programming that takes place through CCPL. Please join me in supporting CFOL during this amazing 40th anniversary so we can reach our matching gift challenge!”

Follow us on Social Media for updates at @chslibfriends and or directly support us by being a member, making a donation, or signing up to volunteer on our website charlestonlibraryfriends.org. Becoming a Friend of the Library is a great way to show your support for the CCPL, help fund library programs, and encourage reading in our community.

Happy Birthday to the Charleston Museum: 250 Years and Counting What Cancer Takes Away, Camp Happy Days Gives BackBecause…‘Until There’s a Cure, There’s Camp!’ Charleston Custom Carts: 2022 Best of Mount Pleasant Wheels in Motion: Mount Pleasant’s Bicycle Nonprofit is on the Move

Real estate developer breaks ground on $300 million Patriots Point project

Developers estimate initial construction and submitting of remaining plans will start in fall 2023.MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCSC) - The Patriots Point Development Authority Board and Bennett Hospitality hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday to mark the start of a five-phase, 15-year development project.The Patriots Annex project is a $300 million development that will include three hotels, restaurants, entertainment, shops, three office buildings, parks and an amphitheater. Developers estimate initial construction and submitti...

Developers estimate initial construction and submitting of remaining plans will start in fall 2023.

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCSC) - The Patriots Point Development Authority Board and Bennett Hospitality hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday to mark the start of a five-phase, 15-year development project.

The Patriots Annex project is a $300 million development that will include three hotels, restaurants, entertainment, shops, three office buildings, parks and an amphitheater. Developers estimate initial construction and submitting of remaining plans will start in fall 2023.

The project was approved five years ago by state supervisors. After the initial approval, Michael Bennett of Bennett Hospitality and his team began planning the development.

“I’m born and raised in Charleston and when Patriots Point presented the opportunity for me to help develop this property, just as a personal Charlestonian, I was very, very excited to think I could do something that was beautiful, and also help Patriots Point,” Bennett said. “It was a very natural fit for me.”

The largest hotel, the Grand Patriot, will sit towards the back of the property at 250 rooms. The other two hotels will have 100 to 150 rooms.

Gov. Henry McMaster was also at the groundbreaking alongside other state and Lowcountry government officials.

“This project is going to be wonderful [at] the Patriots Point Naval and US Maritime Museum,” McMaster said. “We’re going up. Tourism is a $24 billion business in South Carolina. So that is why we’re thriving. And I promise you, we’re going to keep on thriving.”

Bennett and McMaster said the development will establish hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars in revenue. By using the land near the USS Yorktown, the money will help maintain the ships and aircraft located on Patriots Point.

“It is going to be a huge economic impact for not only Mount Pleasant, but for the entire Lowcountry in the state of South Carolina,” Bennett said. “There will be hundreds and hundreds of jobs that will afford local people to be able to work here and as well as welcomed visitors to come here.”

The first step in construction is to move the visitor parking lot due to much of the proposed development being built on that land. A new parking lot will be moved to accommodate visitors and tourists.

The project will take about 15 years with five phases to complete.

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‘Patriots Annex’ plans released, construction to start in 2023

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD)- A 15 year project started on Thursday to bring new business to Mount Pleasant and money to the Patriots Point Museum.The Patriots Annex development will stand on 31 acres of land that Patriots Point is leasing to Bennett Hospitality to build on.“We’re building around great ships and a great museum,” said Wayne Adams, the Vice Chairman of Patriots Point.The development will have a grand hotel, multiple boutique hotels, restaurants, shops and a waterfront park with an amphithe...

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD)- A 15 year project started on Thursday to bring new business to Mount Pleasant and money to the Patriots Point Museum.

The Patriots Annex development will stand on 31 acres of land that Patriots Point is leasing to Bennett Hospitality to build on.

“We’re building around great ships and a great museum,” said Wayne Adams, the Vice Chairman of Patriots Point.

The development will have a grand hotel, multiple boutique hotels, restaurants, shops and a waterfront park with an amphitheater.

“We are going to create a waterfront park so that all the people can enjoy the most valuable piece of land,” said Michael Bennett, the developer of Patriot Annex. “The great hotel that we call The Grand Patriot will sit at the top and it’s the furthest away from the water.”

The lease of the land was something that Patriots Point has to do for the survival of the USS Yorktown, USS Laffey and airplanes in the museum. The historic artifacts need millions of dollars in upkeep every year. But, the solution to fund the renovation bill was not always straightforwards.

“I think how we were going to maintain the ships in a way that honors those who served on them and tells their story has been a struggle for years. A number of years ago we realized we had to monetize the land. That was the only way we were going to be able to do that without the taxpayers for dollars,” said Adams. “We expect it to pay for the maintenance on these ships for years to come, decades to come.”

The current construction on the east side of the museum is where trees are being cleared for the main parking lot at Patriots Annex that will be finished in a year. After that, construction on the buildings will begin.

“Charleston County is routinely named the best place in the county to visit because we are constantly improving. Projects like Patriots Point Annex are what keeps us at the top. What’s being built here today will be one of the most impressive developments we’ve seen in along time and supports Patriots Point and the museum’s mission,” said Chairman Teddie Pryor of the Charleston County Council.

The money made from leasing a new place for visitors and locals to enjoy the Lowcountry will mean that the Patriots Point Museum can fulfill their mission to those who served.

“We’re going to modernize exhibits. We’ll have new exhibits and new ways of telling the story of those who served on these ships,” said Adams.

The Assembly presents Seven Debutantes at 99th Annual Ball

The Assembly, a women’s social club founded in 1923, will present seven young women at its 99th Annual Ball on Saturday, Nov. 19 at The Poinsett Club.Caroline Ramseur Earle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perry Earle IV, will be presented by her mother. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perry Earle III of Greenville. She is the great-granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perry Earle, Junior, and the great-great-granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Jordan Earle. Her great-great grandmother...

The Assembly, a women’s social club founded in 1923, will present seven young women at its 99th Annual Ball on Saturday, Nov. 19 at The Poinsett Club.

Caroline Ramseur Earle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perry Earle IV, will be presented by her mother. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perry Earle III of Greenville. She is the great-granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perry Earle, Junior, and the great-great-granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Jordan Earle. Her great-great grandmother, the late Mrs. Fletcher Jordan Earle, was a Charter Member of The Assembly. Miss Earle, a student at Clemson University, will be escorted by Mr. Oliver Perry Earle V of Simpsonville, South Carolina.

Bates Elizabeth Hinsdale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eric Hinsdale, will be presented by her mother. She is the great-granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Butler Pearce, Junior, and the great-great granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bates Smith. Her great-great grandmother, the late Mrs. Eugene Bates Smith, was a Charter Member of The Assembly. Miss Hinsdale, a student at Clemson University, will be escorted by Mr. William Lee Hudson of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.

Hilton Elizabeth McGill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGill, will be presented by her mother, Mrs. Leigh McCall McGill. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Lenora Clary McCall and the late Arthur C. McCall, Junior. She is the great-granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Croswell McCall and the great-great granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Edgeworth Beattie. Her great-great grandmother, Mrs. William Edgeworth Beattie, was a Charter Member of The Assembly. Miss McGill, a student at College of Charleston, will be escorted by Mr. Connor Matthew Lincks of Charleston, South Carolina.

Sarah Foster McKissick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Powers McKissick, will be presented by her mother. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Marion Porter Brawley Rose and the late Mr. Rose, both of Greenville. She is the great-granddaughter of the late Patricia Brawley Rose, and the great-great granddaughter of Mrs. Marion Porter Brawley, Charter Member of The Assembly. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Foster McKissick, II and the great-granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ellison Smyth McKissick. Her great-grandmother, the late Mrs. Ellison Smyth McKissick, was a Charter Member of The Assembly. Her great-great grandmother, Mrs. Anthony Foster McKissick, and great-great grandmother, Mrs. Ellison Adger Smyth, were both Charter Members of The Assembly. Miss McKissick, a student at Clemson University, will be escorted by Jack Smith Sanford of Greenville, South Carolina.

Elizabeth Earle Talbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Pearson Talbert, will be presented by her mother. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perry Earle III of Greenville, and Mr. and Mrs. Talbert of Valley Grande, Alabama. She is the great-granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Perry Earle, Junior, and the great-great granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Jordan Earle. Her great-great grandmother, the late Mrs. Fletcher Jordan Earle, was a Charter Member of The Assembly. Miss Talbert, a student at The University of Tennessee, will be escorted by William Furman Jones of Nashville, Tennessee.

Eleanor Louise Usry, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Lipscomb Richardson and Mr. Charles Matthew Usry, will be presented by her mother. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Richardson, Junior; and Mrs. George Howard Usry and the late Mr. George Howard Usry. She is the great-great granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Francis Richardson. Her great-great grandmother, Mrs. Jefferson Francis Richardson, was a Charter Member of The Assembly. Miss Usry, a student at the College of Charleston, will be escorted by Mr. William Herbert Kupec of Washington, D.C.

Sarah Elizabeth Usry, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Lipscomb Richardson and Mr. Charles Matthew Usry, will be presented by her mother. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Richardson, Junior; and Mrs. George Howard Usry and the late Mr. George Howard Usry. She is the great-great granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Francis Richardson. Her great-great grandmother, Mrs. Jefferson Francis Richardson, was a Charter Member of The Assembly. Miss Usry, a student at the University of South Carolina, will be escorted by Mr. Benjamin Campbell Usry of Charleston, South Carolina.

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