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Satirical Facebook post brings attention to Fort Johnson renovation

JAMES ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - A Facebook post got a lot of attention after making false claims about the Fort Johnson and May Forest renovation project.The post, which was created on Friday, got over 400 comments from upset and confused residents. It was created by the group “Charleston Municipality,” they made claims that the project is about international shipping and passenger cruise ships. They said on Saturday in a statement that “the post was obviously very satirical.”State Representative Spencer Wet...

JAMES ISLAND, S.C. (WCSC) - A Facebook post got a lot of attention after making false claims about the Fort Johnson and May Forest renovation project.

The post, which was created on Friday, got over 400 comments from upset and confused residents. It was created by the group “Charleston Municipality,” they made claims that the project is about international shipping and passenger cruise ships. They said on Saturday in a statement that “the post was obviously very satirical.”

State Representative Spencer Wetmore says seeing the Facebook post and reactions from the public was heartbreaking.

“This is a project that we were really proud of,” Wetmore says. “I sort of understood the assignment here that people do not want to see a whole bunch of new development. People are concerned about flooding or concerned about traffic. To me, I certainly don’t want to see a bunch of houses and development there either. The people that made this post are obviously playing on people’s fears of that.”

The real Fort Johnson and May Forest renovation project started in March of 2022 and its goal is to tie together history, nature, research and environmental preservation.

The land on James Island is home to many different historical artifacts dating back to the late 1700′s. For the project to take place, a few old buildings will be torn down to make room for the renovations.

James Island Town Councilman Garrett Milliken says the stakeholders worked hard to keep history and rising sea levels in mind during the planning process.

“While the public might have been restricted with access to these locations in the past, the future will actually invite the public to enjoy the rich history of this location that will be in concordance with the research mission of this area as well,” Milliken says. “Both things are going to happen simultaneously at this location. So, I think it’s a win, win for both perspectives, history and research.”

Currently, the area is home to research for the Department of Natural Resources, the College of Charleston and the Marine Research Institute. All of their work will continue to move forward at the location after renovations take place.

“It really is the jewel of James Island,” Milliken says. “It has so much history, so much ecological significance. And frankly, the views are spectacular.”

The project website contains detailed maps and plans of what the entire area of Fort Johnson and May Forest should look like in the future. Despite the drama surrounding the Facebook post, Wetmore hopes the community becomes more aware about the actual project taking place.

“I just hope people will get excited about the park,” she says. “I know this Facebook post is just, honestly, just a mean joke.”

The “Charleston Municipality” Facebook group released the following statement on the post:

The post regarding the James Island Global Gateway Terminal was obviously very satirical, as it was intended being that Charleston Municipality is a satirical Facebook page. The main goal behind the post was to bring awareness to the rampant overdevelopment of not only James Island, but the entire Lowcountry, largely at the hands of our local elected officials and review boards. The post angered so many people, and those people are ready to put up a fight against this project. We want the same collective passion from everyone for all the development that is ACTUALLY taking place all around us. This “huge” and impactful project easily got peoples attention, but everyone needs to pay attention to all the projects that take place, as they are directly and negatively impacting our daily lives, largely due to a seemingly lack of oversight and shady deals being given to developers on a daily basis. Everyone must stay vigilant, and fight to preserve what we have before we have no more.

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Proposed redistricting maps could unite Johns Island under one district

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The redistricting process for the city of Charleston is well underway, and Tuesday night the City Council and the public will review potential renderings for the new districts.Some Johns Islanders are advocating for Johns Island to be all one district, and for the first time in Charleston’s history, there is a potential it could be.Peter Rubino, a re...

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The redistricting process for the city of Charleston is well underway, and Tuesday night the City Council and the public will review potential renderings for the new districts.

Some Johns Islanders are advocating for Johns Island to be all one district, and for the first time in Charleston’s history, there is a potential it could be.

Peter Rubino, a resident of Johns Island, says the original draft from the city split Johns Island into three districts.

Through email campaigns and spreading awareness, he and other advocates were able to get it down to two districts, and after tonight, hopefully, one.

“If you don’t speak up, then you’re not going to get what you need,” Rubino said.

He said having all of Johns Island in one district would give Johns Islanders a real say in their future, and true influence in city decisions.

He said he wants the person who represents Johns Island to live on Johns Island, with the hope that the shared experiences of the island will lead to more impactful decision making.

“We want someone who’s going to live here, and understands the issues, what the desires are of the people who live here and have to put up with the traffic and the growth and all of those things. Because if you don’t live here, you don’t see all those things that are going on,” Rubino said.

Tuesday night, he, along with other advocates, plan to attend the City Council Meeting to continue the fight for one district.

The city of Charleston’s Chief Innovation Officer Tracy Mckee said two scenarios will be presented tonight.

She said the first one prioritizes minimizing change, but splits Johns Island into two districts.

“In that scenario, Johns Island has two representatives, but each of those representatives also represent parts of West Ashley as well as James Island,” McKee said.

She said the second, which keeps Johns Island under one district, prioritizes compactness and communities of interest.

In that scenario, Johns Island has only one representative.

Regardless, Mckee says the City is doing its best to listen to the public and accommodate their desires.

“We have made a really good effort to get public opinion this time and bake that opinion into our plans as much as possible,” Mckee said.

As of now, Johns Island is a part of a larger district in West Ashley. Up until this redistricting, it did not have the population to be its own district.

Tuesday’s meeting is at 5 p.m. at the Charleston City Hall at 80 Broad Street. Rubino encourages those passionate about redistricting on Johns Island to sign up to speak.

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UKLA ILCA 4, ILCA 6 and ILCA 7 Qualifier 2 at Hayling Island SC

198 Competitors raced in the UKLA Noble Marine & Vaikobi Autumn ILCA 4, 6 and 7 Qualifier event at Hayling Island SC.Six races were completed over the two days for each of the ILCA 4, 6 and 7 classes.Winner of the ILCA 4 class overall was Noah Evans, second Leo Yates and third Archie Munro-Price (1st Under 16). First female was Kaitlyn Wyatt (9th overall).Winner of the ILCA 6 (Radial) class overall was Daisy Collingridge, second Matilda Nicholls and third James Curtis (1st male &1st Under 19)...

198 Competitors raced in the UKLA Noble Marine & Vaikobi Autumn ILCA 4, 6 and 7 Qualifier event at Hayling Island SC.

Six races were completed over the two days for each of the ILCA 4, 6 and 7 classes.

Winner of the ILCA 4 class overall was Noah Evans, second Leo Yates and third Archie Munro-Price (1st Under 16). First female was Kaitlyn Wyatt (9th overall).

Winner of the ILCA 6 (Radial) class overall was Daisy Collingridge, second Matilda Nicholls and third James Curtis (1st male &1st Under 19)

Winner of the ILCA 7 (Laser) class overall was Michael Beckett, second Sam Whaley and third Arthur Farley (1st under 19)

UKLA Noble Marine & Vaikobi ILCA 4 Qualifier 2 – Final Leaders (52 entries)

1st ILCA 4 Noah Evans – Royal Victoria YC 1 3 2 1 -8 1 – – 8 pts 2nd ILCA 4 Leo Yates – Island Barn SC -9 8 1 2 1 4 – – 16 pts 3rd ILCA 4 Archie Munro-Price – CCSC 5 1 5 -18 2 17 – – 30 pts 4th ILCA 4 Angus Beale – Corinthian Otters 7 5 6 -15 12 2 – – 32 pts 5th ILCA 4 Toby Smith – Rutland SC -28 13 4 10 3 7 – – 37 pts 6th ILCA 4 Tom Rawlings – Lyme Regis SC 16 -53 3 9 4 8 – – 40 pts 7th ILCA 4 Samson Cross – Shoreham -25 4 10 20 10 3 – – 47 pts 8th ILCA 4 Cameron Bignold-Kyles – RLymYC -53 12 7 7 18 6 – – 50 pts 9th ILCA 4 Kaitlyn Wyatt – Shoreham SC 20 7 22 5 -25 5 – – 59 pts 10th ILCA 4 Thomas Davey – Royal Harwich YC 13 17 -31 4 15 18 – – 67 pts

UKLA Noble Marine & Vaikobi ILCA 6 Qualifier 2 – Final Leaders (95 entries)

1st ILCA 6 Daisy Collingridge – Waldringfield SC 1 1 3 -9 1 1 – – 7 pts 2nd ILCA 6 Matilda Nicholls – Aldeburgh YC 2 -22 1 2 2 2 – – 9 pts 3rd ILCA 6 James Curtis – Bosham SC -41 5 8 6 6 7 – – 32 pts 4th ILCA 6 Jack Graham-Troll – Royal Lymington YC 7 3 2 -25 17 5 – – 34 pts 5th ILCA 6 Anya Haji-Michael – Redesmere SC -28 7 6 8 7 6 – – 34 pts 6th ILCA 6 Molly Sacker – TBA 3 -40 4 14 10.5 3 – – 34.5 pts 7th ILCA 6 Ben Elvin – Stokes Bay SC 21 10 (96 BFD) 1 4 4 – – 40 pts 8th ILCA 6 Chloe Elvin – Stokes Bay SC 12 9 -16 5 3 16 – – 45 pts 9th ILCA 6 Paige Caldecoat – CVT 9 -27 9 3 15 10 – – 46 pts 10th ILCA 6 Adriana Penruddocke – RBYC 6 13 -21 4 8 19 – – 50 pts

UKLA Noble Marine & Vaikobi ILCA 7 Qualifier 2 – Final Leaders (51 entries)

1st ILCA 7 Michael Beckett – Solva SC -3 1 1 1 1 1 – – 5 pts 2nd ILCA 7 Sam Whaley – Swanage SC 1 -8 2 3 4 3 – – 13 pts 3rd ILCA 7 Arthur Farley – BHYC 2 -12 3 4 2 6 – – 17 pts 4th ILCA 7 Sebastian Kempe – Royal Bermuda YC 4 4 -52 2 6 7 – – 23 pts 5th ILCA 7 James Percival-Cooke – Norfolk Broads YC 7 6 6 -8 3 2 – – 24 pts 6th ILCA 7 Jacob Farren-Price – Warsash SC -15 2 5 10 5 8 – – 30 pts 7th ILCA 7 Norman Struthers – Stokes Bay SC 5 -10 4 5 7 10 – – 31 pts 8th ILCA 7 James Foster – Poole YC 6 7 8 9 -10 5 – – 35 pts 9th ILCA 7 Finley Dickinson – Hayling Island SC 23 3 7 11 11 -52 – – 55 pts 10th ILCA 7 Luke Anstey – Frensham Pond SC 10 11 13 14 8 -52 – – 56 pts

Troubling TikTok challenges inspire new, digital hall pass system

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - To fight back on an uptick in illicit behavior inspired by the social media platform TikTok, a Charleston County school is taking the traditional hall pass digital.Through an application called SmartPass, students at James Island Charter High School can request permission to leave the classroom for things like going to the restroom or stopping by their lockers. The app is downloaded to each school-issued laptop but can also be downloaded to a cell phone as well.“We have had people, unfortunately,...

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - To fight back on an uptick in illicit behavior inspired by the social media platform TikTok, a Charleston County school is taking the traditional hall pass digital.

Through an application called SmartPass, students at James Island Charter High School can request permission to leave the classroom for things like going to the restroom or stopping by their lockers. The app is downloaded to each school-issued laptop but can also be downloaded to a cell phone as well.

“We have had people, unfortunately, try to sneak into our school and they’re not supposed to be here. Now, at any given moment, we know there should be, say, seven people in the hallway and who they are,” Principal Timothy Thorn said. “It has a lot of safety components that allows us to keep our buildings safer.”

While the app does not track movements, all active passes are monitored on a screen by the principal, student concern specialists or the school resource officer. When students are issued a pass, they’re given a time limit before they’re supposed to return. When they run out of time the pass turns red on the screen and school officials can then follow up as needed.

Thorn says this system is new for them this year and is a direct response to some of the issues exposed last year.

“Last year, there was a TikTok challenge that a lot of schools went through. Kids would text each other to leave class. They’d meet up and then they’d go around the building and film themselves doing various things. The TikTok challenge was vandalism and stealing things from school,” Thorn said. “We are trying to cut back on the vandalism in our school, the sinks being ripped off the wall. . . it’s not a new problem but it definitely escalated in the last couple years.”

The time allowed for each hall pass is adjustable. For now, Thorne says bathroom breaks are generally given five minutes, while trips to the water fountain could be three minutes. Students start with five bathroom passes a day, but Thorn says they’re still figuring out what works best and teachers have the authority to override daily limits.

The app also has a feature that can control which students can have hall passes at the same time. Thorn says this feature allows them to crack down on significant others who might want to meet up in the middle of class or prevent groups of students known to abuse bathroom privileges from all being allowed to leave the classroom at the same time.

Thorn says the feature helps them keep students safe who are being bullied.

“It’s really about the bullying, harassment and safety contracts,” Thorn said. “If we can say student A, B and C can’t be out with student D to make sure it [bullying] doesn’t go on, that’s a tremendous way to keep kids safe. We have had to have adults follow students around just to get through some of these school harassment issues.”

You can learn more about the app, how it works and some of the reviews at its website.

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Dutch Fork, South Pointe and Daniel among top teams in Week 4 SC Prep Football Media Poll

This week, not much changed. The media voted again to see who the top 10 teams in each of the five SCHSL classifications are and largely, at least in the No. 1 spots, it remained the same from a week ago.Hillcrest received one first-place vote in Class AAAAA, Spar...

This week, not much changed. The media voted again to see who the top 10 teams in each of the five SCHSL classifications are and largely, at least in the No. 1 spots, it remained the same from a week ago.

Hillcrest received one first-place vote in Class AAAAA, Spartanburg dropped out of the Top 10 in AAAAA surprisingly. And other teams shifted from last week's poll. In parentheses is the amount of No. 1 votes a team received. If a team moved in to a ranking, up or down, it is noted below. Teams that are ranked the same as last week will not have anything next to their name.

Class AAAAA

1. Dutch Fork (19)

2. Byrnes

3. Hillcrest (1)

4. Dorman

5. Sumter (Last week: 6th)

6. Summerville (Last week: 8th)

7. River Bluff (Last week: 10th)

8. Fort Dorchester (Last week: 5th)

9. White Knoll (Last week: NR, receiving votes)

10. Lexington (Last week: NR, receiving votes)

Others receiving votes: Spartanburg, TL Hanna, Gaffney West Ashley, Clover JL Mann, Chapin

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Class AAAA

1. South Pointe (17)

2. Northwestern (3)

3. AC Flora

4. South Florence

5. West Florence

6. Catawba Ridge (Last week: 7th)

7. Indian Land (Last week: 9th)

8. Hartsville (Last week: 6th)

9. James Island (Last week: 8th)

10. Ridge View

Others receiving votes: Westside, Irmo, Lancaster, Wilson, Greenville, York, Myrtle Beach

Class AAA

1. Daniel (19)

2. Dillon (1)

3. Powdersville

4. Clinton (Last week: 5th)

5. Gilbert (Last week: 6th)

6. Beaufort (Last week: 8th)

7. Camden (Last week: 4th)

8. Hanahan (Last week: 9th)

9. Belton-Honea Path (Last week: 10th)

10. Seneca (Last week: 7th)

Others receiving votes: Loris, Philip Simmons, Chester, Union County, Aynor, Manning, Marlboro County, Emerald, Woodruff

Class AA

1. Saluda (15)

2. Oceanside Collegiate (2, Last week: 4th)

3. Barnwell (3)

4. Abbeville (Last week: 2nd, two first-place votes)

5. Wade Hampton (Last week: 6th)

6. Buford (Last week: 7th)

7. Woodland (Last week: 8th)

8. Marion (Last week: 9th)

9. Gray Collegiate (Last week: NR, receiving votes)

10. Fairfield Central (Last week: 5th)

Others receiving votes: Andrews, Pelion, Lake Marion, Strom Thurmond, Academic Magnet, Andrew Jackson, Silver Bluff, Cheraw

Class A

1. St. Joseph’s (15)

2. Bamberg-Ehrhardt (2, Last week: 3rd)

3. Johnsonville (1, Last week: 4th)

4. Whale Branch (Last week: 2nd)

5. Lewisville (1)

6. Christ Church

7. Lake View (1, Last week: 10th)

8. Baptist Hill

9. Southside Christian

10. Lamar (Last week: 7th)

Others receiving votes: Calhoun County, McBee, Latta, Estill, Hunter-Kinard-Tyler, Denmark-Olar

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