Locally owned and operated Fisher Recycling offers increased frequency curbside glass pickup. Thanks to a Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments pilot program, Charleston County businesses now have the opportunity to access more frequent curbside glass collection and additional glass recycling services. That combination will translate into cost offsets for companies and reduced landfill waste for all … Continue reading BCDCOG Pilot Program Spurs Charleston County Glass Collection, Providing Cost Offsets And Reduced Landfill Waste
The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) Mobility Management Program has been awarded $50,000 in grants from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) to continue to provide mobility management in the rural areas of the Trident region. An initial $40,000 FTA grant allows Mobility Manager Vonie Gilreath to further advocate for the transit needs of seniors and … Continue reading BCDCOG Mobility Management Program Awarded $50,000 Grant by Federal Transit Administration
Regional Plan to Identify 25 Future Potential Park-and-Ride Sites The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) has kicked off a Regional Park-and-Ride Study which is intended to produce a comprehensive plan identifying suitable sites for permanent satellite parking locations in the region. Over the next nine months, the study team will compile and analyze data to … Continue reading BCDCOG Kicks Off Regional Park-And-Ride Study To Meet Growing Demand For Commuter Services
The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments’ has released Construction Quarterly, its third quarter analysis of construction trends in the region. Insights in this edition include: NEW CONSTRUCTION: The number of building permits issued for all new construction in the region in the third quarter of 2017 decreased by 10 percent from the second quarter of this … Continue reading BCDCOG Construction Analysis: Building Permit Numbers Down in Q3
The Town of St. George Planning Commission will host a public kickoff and input meeting for the 2017 Comprehensive Plan on Monday, Aug. 28.
Real people making real progress.
The following 1.5 hour webinar session qualifies for Continuing Education credits which are required annually of elected officials, board and commission members and employees involved in planning and zoning matters that have already completed the mandatory orientation training.