Columbia Real Estate Update 7-27-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / JULY 27, 2011
The regional feeder airline to US Airways plans to begin an aircraft maintenance facility at Columbia Metropolitan Airport beginning Aug. 4 to service the carrier’s 50-passenger Canadair Regional Jets.
Changes to South Carolina civil litigation laws include a $2 million cap on punitive damages that the Republican governor said was long overdue. She said she would like to see a loser-pay system be added to the law in the future.
Members of the minority party in the House Oversight Committee have requested that the committee chairman hold a hearing and vote if the committee is considering issuing subpoenas for documentation in the National Labor Relations Board case against the Boeing Co.
Steven Mungo, CEO of Mungo Homes, was recently honored by the Home Builders Association of South Carolina with the inaugural 2010 Champion of the American Dream Award.
Laura Howell, president of the Greater Chapin Chamber of Commerce, has been elected 2011-2012 board chairman of Leadership Lexington County.
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