HANAHAN, S.C. (WCBD) — Folks in Hanahan will soon have a trail that’s been in the works almost a decade.
The City announced a Tanner Trail groundbreaking ceremony is set for Thursday, March 9 at 5:30 p.m.
Earlier delays involved getting approvals through SCDOT; permitting issues with Santee Cooper; and funding issues as the price of the project ballooned over time.
The project, which is less than a mile of sidewalk, should only take three months to construct.
This is a $545,856.00 project with $386,428.00 coming by way of a Federal Enhancement Grant.
$66,400 in matching funds comes from Berkeley County.
The balance of funding, $93,028.00 will be provided by the City of Hanahan through Developmental Impact Fees collected in the Tanner Plantation / Foster Creek community.