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This is a great opportunity, y’all. I’m thinking of going this weekend or the next, possibly.
I hadn’t really considered this side of the traffic issue before, but she makes a lot of good points. Of course there’s also the fact that greater access to these areas will mean increased development, which will also increase traffic congestion (completely overriding any infrastructure benefits, as the NOAA has already admitted), as well as result in inestimable environmental devastation, which is to my mind the biggest argument against it.
Young was the city’s first female tour guide in 1952, legendary for her radical stances on preserving historic buildings, born at the historic Brick House Plantation on Edisto, graduate of the College of Charleston. She also promised city and county officials, “If you tear it down, I’ll haunt you,” about more than one threatened house. Funeral arrangements are pending.