Category Archives: Government

Charleston Fire Department opens temporary Cainhoy fire station

Charleston, S.C.—On January 31, 2017, the city of Charleston opened its newest fire station – a mobile, temporary interim facility serving the upper Cainhoy peninsula. “We have been engaged in finding a solution to the issue since the ISO class change took place,” said Charleston Fire Department Chief Karen Brack. “Mayor Tecklenburg has been involved…
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CofC alumna Madeleine Westerhout has role in Trump White House

College of Charleston alumna Madeleine Westerhout ’13 has been tapped to serve as a member of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s White House staff. Westerhout, who holds a bachelor’s degree from the College in political science, has been named Special Assistant to the President and Executive Assistant to the President. The Trump transition team announced Westerhout’s…
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Thomas elected chairman of Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission

[CHARLESTON COUNTY] – The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission (CCPRC) recently changed leadership with the election of a new commission chair, former Vice Chair Andy Thomas. Other changes in the commission include the election of former Secretary-Treasurer Teddy Manos to vice chair, and of Commissioner Collin Bruner to secretary-treasurer. Tom O’Rourke is CCPRC’s executive…
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