Posted on October 12, 2015
By Michael Isenbek, Travel Pulse
A protracted dispute between South Carolina’s Ports Authority and local groups regarding a proposed cruise ship terminal in Charleston, SC will be sorted out in the coming months by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the South Carolina Court of Appeals, according to the Associated Press.
The Ports Authority’s $35 million vision has the terminal constructed in a renovated waterside warehouse, and they need a federal permit to install five clusters of pilings below this structure, adding to the 1,000-plus pilings already in place, the AP said.
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