I have seen an increased presence of cruise ships on the Charleston Peninsula lately and wanted to share an article I found in the Post and Courier. This was written by a local Realtor here in Charleston, and I wanted to share their viewpoint on the matter.
You've all heard the saying, "Change is inevitable; growth is optional". I know that this increase in cruise ships will help the local economy downtown. But at what point are we slowly chipping away at the character of the Peninsula? There seem to be valid arguments from both sides, but I know where I stand on the issue. Standards and/or regulation is key.
You can view the article here.