Charleston County Council to discuss recommendations for Chicora Life Center at Tuesday meeting


The Charleston County Council will address several issues at its meeting tomorrow night, including recommendations on the Chicora Life Center redevelopment project at the old naval hospital in North Charleston, South Carolina. 

Kristen Salisbury, Charleston County’s deputy clerk of council, told the Palmetto Business Daily that the council received “possible suggestions on contractual matters on the Chicora Life Center from the county attorney,” and the council will discuss the possibilities.

Salisbury further explained that there has not been a public forum about these issues yet and the recommendations offered a good time to discuss these possible actions directly. Salisbury could not offer additional information as to what the recommendations are, saying they will become apparent at the council meeting. She also did not name the attorney who offered the suggestions.

The Chicora Life Center is a $29 million-plus privately invested redevelopment of the old Naval Hospital property in North Charleston. It will serve as a social services hub, offering social, government, non-profit and care facilities in a convenient location to all community members. It will house a number of government organizations, including the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. The center is owned by Chicora Gardens Holdings, LLC.

Other issues on the agenda for Tuesday's meeting address the Freedom of Information Act report, parking regulations amendments  and a reading of the LED billboard ordinance. 

The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 4045 Bridge View Drive. 

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