Teachers plan walk out over salary freeze. The teacher advocacy group SC for Ed is urging teachers to use a personal day today to protest the temporary freeze of salary increases and raise awareness of issues teachers are having as schools reopen. Source: P&C

Isle of Palms to permanently eliminate some parking. Isle of Palms City Council voted to eliminate land side parking on Palm Boulevard between 22nd and 40th avenues, affecting 100 to 150 parking spots. The move was proposed as a safety measure, citing traffic jams which could delay public safety personnel. Source: WCSC

Officials plan to appeal federal ruling on absentee-voting witness requirement. The South Carolina Election Commission and Republican legislators are appealing the decision by U.S. District Court Judge Michelle Childs that struck down the state’s requirement that all absentee ballots are signed by a witness. Source: P&C

RELATED City Paper editorial today: “S.C. still makes it hard to vote, even in a pandemic”

Developers want to completely rebuild East Bay business plaza. Developers’ plan to completely rebuild the business plaza at 480 East Bay Street — near the corner of Calhoun and East Bay streets — will go under review on Wednesday at the Board of Architectural Review meeting. With one tenant currently and some spaces that have been vacant for as many as 10 years, Rivers Enterprises want to create new retail, restaurant, and office spaces. Source: WCSC

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