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MONCKS CORNER, S.C. (December 31, 2019) – The encroachment permit has been approved by the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to connect Cane Bay Boulevard to Black Tom Road.

In response to this news, Berkeley County Supervisor Johnny Cribb released the following statement.

Berkeley County is thrilled to see a vital step taken on this important project. Providing additional means of ingress/egress in this large and growing community is not only a quality of life issue, but most importantly a public safety matter.  State and County leaders have been pivotal in ensuring this project gets off the ground and I’d like to thank Frank Carson and our county engineering team, SCDOT Commissioner Robbie Robbins, Tim Henderson and the SCDOT District 6 office, Mr. Ben Gramling and the Cane Bay development team, along with Senator Paul Campbell and Representative Sylleste Davis for answering the call to make this happen.  It’s exciting to know this project is one step closer to completion, and the County hopes this level of cooperation will continue for this and other key projects in our region.” -Berkeley County Supervisor Johnny Cribb

The developer will handle and oversee the timeline of construction for this project.

Additionally, the County is excited about a third exit/entrance point in progress for the Cane Bay community with a new road referred to as “Spine Road C.” This road will extend from the Cane Bay Boulevard roundabout to US 176 at the Nexton Parkway extension that is currently under construction. The maps attached highlight each project.


– Prepared by the Berkeley County Public Information Office –

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