The Subcommittee of the Charleston County Greenbelt Advisory Board (GAB) will hold meetings during March and April to review seven new project applications. The GAB Subcommittee will consider three urban projects on Wednesday, March 31st and four rural projects on Wednesday, April 14th.
Both meetings will begin at 9 am and are open to the public. Meetings will take place in-person in Council Chambers on the second floor of the Lonnie Hamilton, lll Public Services Building, located at 4045 Bridge View Drive, North Charleston, 29405. Citizen can also view meetings online via the Charleston County Vimeo Channel.
The new Greenbelt projects, consisting of 265 acres and totaling $2.3 million, are located in McClellanville, James Island, Johns Island, Meggett and Sullivan’s Island.
The Subcommittee is a six-member committee appointed by the GAB to review, evaluate and make recommendations to the GAB regarding applications for funding. The full GAB is scheduled to consider the new projects at their meeting in May.
Meeting agendas will be posted on the Greenbelt Programs website.
All meetings include time for public comment. Those attending the meetings in-person will need to sign-up to speak. For those watching online, you may submit your comments via email to Cathy L. Ruff at firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on the day prior to the meeting.
Funding for the Greenbelt Program comes from the Charleston County Transportation (“Half-Cent”) Sales Tax.
For more information about the upcoming meetings, please contact Cathy L. Ruff at email@example.com or call (843) 202-7204. You may also visit the Greenbelt Program website at greenbelt.charlestoncounty.org.
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