For the most part, hurricane Florence passed by our area with very little storm impact. A few strong wind gusts and high surf caused minimal destruction to property and beaches. After the storm,
Summerville Vision Plan
So you're thinking about buying in Summerville? If you're from the area, you are probably familiar with the challenging infrastructure and the exploding growth. If you're looking in Summerville, you're probably drawn to the "Small Town USA" feel. This town packs charm, and upcoming growth and development may concern you. No one wants to keep the charm more than the town officials of Summerville.
Officials know they have to cope with modern trends in order to continue to attract businesses and residents to Summerville. Recently, a comprehensive vision plan was composed by the Town of Summerville and published. I think it's important that everyone peruse the 132 page plan. From future development to the proposed illustrations on how this quaint town will transform, this is the road map of where Summerville is going.
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Here are the top 10 plans that are going to take place in the next 5 years:
Elevate the Design Standards
Organize in Oakbrook
Improve the Crossings on Dorchester Road
Reimagine Hutchinson Square
Complete the Sawmill Branch Trail Loop
Connect Short Central to Little Main
Redefine the Entrances to Summerville
Build Housing Downtown
Start a Circulator Bus Route
10.Implement a Comprehensive Annexation Strategy
Hank Johnson, a graduate of The Citadel, has a proven track record as a CFO, businessman, Entrepreneur and real estate investor. Hank has been active and successful in the Charleston community for ove....