Native Americans[ edit ] Late-Woodland period burial mound on the University of Tennessee campus The first humans to form substantial settlements in what is now Knoxville arrived during the Woodland period c. The records of these two expeditions suggest the area was part of a Muskogean chiefdom known as Chiahawhich was subject to the Coosa chiefdom further to the south. Early Exploration and lateth Century Politics[ edit ] By the early s, traders from South Carolina were visiting the Overhill towns regularly, and following the discovery of Cumberland Gap inlong hunters from Virginia began pouring into the Tennessee Valley.
SELC represents the South Carolina Coastal Conservation League and the Preservation Society of Charleston in this effort to give neighbors a voice in a major project that will affect their homes and community.
A state administrative judge said neighbors have no right to be heard, but SELC has challenged that stance.
The terminal would be home base for giant cruise ships with up 5, crew and passengers aboard. The homebasing operation means that thousands of cars as well as buses and wheelers would go to and from the terminal each day a ship is in port.
SELC is helping neighbors get a voice in the process to advocate options for reducing air pollution through shore power, remote parking options to reduce traffic, and alternative terminal locations like Veterans Terminal, an underused state facility on the Cooper River.
Seeking a Balance SELC is leading the fight — not against the cruise industry — but by seeking a balance that allows cruise tourism while protecting the health and character of the historic downtown. That would mean more air pollution, and thousands more cars, trucks, buses and tractor-trailers on colonial-era streets already gridlocked on cruise days.
Urging Limits and Alternatives SELC has spearheaded an effort to adopt meaningful limits on the size of ships and the number of operations each year.
The SPA has said it can live with those standards, yet refuses to make them binding. Other cruise destinations require shore power to cut down on the soot from smokestacks, and SELC is pushing to get Charleston that same consideration. The Army Corps of Engineers is now tasked with considering the impact of the SPA proposal, and has heard from hundreds of Charleston-area residents in person and in writing.
Many have pressed the Corps to consider whether downtown is the right place for the new terminal. The Corps has not made a decision to issue a federal permit needed to build the new terminal, or what limits, in any, would be appropriate.
As that process plays out, SELC will keep advocating for a balance that allows a thriving cruise industry while protecting the character and charm of downtown, a federally protected landmark.With both fires nearly fully-contained, the worst is finally over. This week’s Geopolitical News and Analysis has been slightly delayed because a South Korean professional assassination team was spotted around this reporter’s home in Tokyo.
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such as after a large water main break or wide-scale loss of system pressure, we may issue a boil. Tim Dunn is pushing the Republican Party into the arms of God.
In November , as he was readying for his second term as Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives, Joe Straus invited Midland oilman Tim Dunn to breakfast. Balancing Cruise Ship Growth & Charleston Charm. At issue is the South Carolina State Ports Authority’s plans for a new $35 million cruise terminal in Charleston.
The terminal would be home base for giant cruise ships with up 5, crew and passengers aboard. Press Statement on S.C.
Administrative Law Court Ruling in Pollution from. 5 TRI chems released to water in the United States lack the risk assessment values required for safety assessment: Join an online discussion about pollution in CHARLESTON County: Email a Scorecard Community Report to a friend Network with environmental groups.