Money For Land & Roads

The Policy Committee of the Sea Island Corridor Coalition voted Wednesday to support proposals that would raise $50 million for land protection and water quality, and another that would raise $120 million for road improvements, $30 million of which would be devoted to traffic issues on LadysIsland.

The Coalition believes that both are particularly valuable tools that can help manage growth and development along the Sea Island Parkway corridor.

We’d like to hear your views on these proposals. Would you take one minute to respond to this confidential three-question survey?

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