Columbia Real Estate Update 6-24-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / JUNE 24, 2011
The city of Columbia is investigating allegations of financial misconduct in its Community Development Department, City Manager Steven A. Gantt said in a statement issued by his office.
After director William R. Byars Jr. suffered a mild stroke, Gov. Nikki Haley appointed Robert E. Ward as acting director at the state prisons agency.
A College of Charleston study estimated the direct impact of the 2012 PGA Championship on Kiawah Island to be $92 million. With the tournament nearly a year away, the additional labor income and media exposure have bumped up the overall impact to nearly $200 million.
Canada States Africa Line ferries break-bulk and roll-on, roll-off cargo between North America and southern Africa. The shipping line will call on the Port of Charleston in mid-August.
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The College of Charleston is seeking an MBA placement and recruitment coordinator in Charleston. The coordinator will work with students, faculty, the public, employers and institutions to promote, assess and further the MBA program. A master’s degree is required, as is some experience. Candidates must have or be able to obtain a passport. Learn more or apply here.
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