The proposed plans for Reynolds Street.
Update February 10, moving forward: All three of these topics advanced at the council meeting.
The Island Packet has a quick sidebar on their advancement; read it here (you'll need to hover on the image to read about the Reynolds Street progress.)
The paper also has a nice graphic that outlines the proposed Reynolds Street changes in a more digestible display; see that here.
First reporting: Beaufort's next city council meeting is slated for Tuesday, February 8, and the city will be picking back up a fair bit of old stories.
A second reading of plans to permit the construction of an Olive Garden-Red Lobster building in Beaufort Town Center on Boundary Street.
A series of agenda items that would allow the city to takeover Reynolds Street at the Technical College of the Lowcountry and construct many stormwater and pedestrian improvements.
A proposed reduction of the speed limit to 35 MPH throughout the Boundary Street Redevelopment District.
And approval of open containers during the Valentine's Day Art Walk in downtown Beaufort.