Our region values being a connected community.
Acting as one unified region requires connectivity. Throughout the One Region planning process, stakeholders discussed the value that they place on being better connected with one another and with the rest of the world. Physical infrastructure and global fluency are dynamics that affect this regional value.
- Invest in infrastructure the connects the region in a balanced, efficient manner
- Amplify our communications with each other and the rest of the world
- Improve our understanding of and adaptability to global dynamics
In the News – Connected Community
As a part of my series about the “How Business Leaders Plan To Rebuild In The Post COVID Economy”, I had the pleasure of interviewing.. Read More →
S.C. delegation advocates for rural broadband funding South Carolina’s congressional delegation exhorted U.S. House and Senate leadership in a letter to help expand affordable broadband access via.. Read More →
By Hank Taylor Over the past two months, our community has experienced what we hope is a once in a lifetime crisis. The cost to.. Read More →
First Citizens Donation Supports Development of Water Mission’s Commercial-Flight-Ready Disaster Treatment Unit
Water Mission, a nonprofit Christian engineering organization, is developing a new, portable, safe water unit that will expedite first responders’ ability to provide clean, safe.. Read More →
South Carolina Housing will be providing approximately $5 million in emergency rental assistance to South Carolinians facing financial hardships as a result of the COVID-19.. Read More →
ForYouSC.com directs South Carolinians to a range of insurance, benefits and resources, some of which are only available in the state. This offering, accessible online.. Read More →