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After the Election
By: The Charleston Mercury
The most important race locally is for Charleston County Council, where our endorsed conservative candidate Larry Kobrovsky will be joined by Joe Boykin and Jenny Costa Honeycutt, changing the majority on County Council to be a force for conservation. You may have missed that connection, but we are sure that the timing could not be better for a conservation coalition to turn up the heat on hyper growth in paradise.
"It is a great honor to endorse Larry Kobrovsky for Charleston County Council. Mr. Kobrovsky has practiced law in Charleston for more than 40 years; he has lived and raised two daughters in East Cooper, on the Isle of Palms and on Sullivan’s Island. He and his wife, Susan, now have five grandchildren.
Mr. Kobrovsky has served on the Charleston County School Board for East Cooper and as the chairman of the Charleston County GOP. In the meantime, we wish Mr. Gramiccioni well in learning the nuances of Lowcountry living and public policy issues, but we think Mr. Kobrovsky, laser-focused on quality-of-life issues, is the better choice to continue good governance from the seat held for many years by the capable and friendly Dickie Schweers."
-The Charleston Mercury
"Former Charleston County GOP Chairman Larry Kobrovsky is the best candidate for the District 2 seat on Charleston County Council. His priorities of taxes, traffic, transparency in government and conservation are tailor-made for this East Cooper district."
-The Charleston city paper
I’m honored to endorse Larry Kobrovsky in his campaign for Charleston County Council. Larry shares my Lowcountry values and principles, and his deep family ties extend from one end of District 2 to the other. He knows the issues - both good and bad – because he and his family have spent generations immersed in them. Larry knows it’s all about maintaining - and hopefully even improving upon - our wonderful quality of life in the Lowcountry. I take great comfort in knowing that Larry will represent us well on County Council."
-Charleston County Councilman, Dickie Schweers
"I’m proud to have known Larry for many years, including through his constructive engagement in community affairs on Sullivan’s Island and his civic-minded sponsorship of the Constitutional essay contest in the Moultrie News. He has decades-long understanding of our East Cooper district from top to bottom, and will be a strong, sound and sane voice for us and for all of Charleston County."
-Sullivan's Island Mayor, Patrick O'Neil
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