SC High Court Blocks $650M Savannah River Project

Law360, New York (November 5, 2012, 5:49 PM EST) -- The South Carolina Supreme Court on Friday nixed a $652 million project to deepen a shipping channel in the Savannah River, ruling the state's Department of Health and Environmental Control acted illegally when it ignored its own staff's recommendation and improperly granted a Clean Water Act permit.

After the DHEC issued a notice of decision proposing to deny the required permit based on a determination that the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project — an effort to modify the 38-mile shipping channel of the Savannah River to allow...
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