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Councilwoman Anna Johnson of Charleston County Council District 8 wants to keep you informed of issues and opportunities each month.
At this virtual meeting, citizens will:
Meet Charleston County’s first Ombudsman, Carter
Hear about the role and goals of the Ombudsman and how
you can connect with Charleston County offices and Mr.
McMillan directly to ensure great customer service
Learn how Charleston County earning a Class 3 Community
in the Community Rating System through the National
Flood Insurance Program can help you
Round Table Discussion: Ombudsman & Community Rating System through the National Flood Insurance Program
Library is working to narrow the digital divide and provide equitable access to technology
CHARLESTON, SC – Charleston County Public Library (CCPL) is lending out 90 Google
Chromebooks at nine library branches throughout Charleston County in an effort to
give patrons equitable access to technology. Earlier this month, 90 Kajeet mobile Wi-Fi
hotspots were also made available for checkout.
The Chromebooks and Kajeet hotspots are part of an overall effort by CCPL to expand
digital and technological access and provide technical support services.
Beginning today, advanced holds can be placed on the Chromebooks online at ccpl.org
or by calling one of the participating branches. The Chromebooks will be available for
pickup beginning on Thursday, Oct. 1 from the following branches:
• Baxter-Patrick James Island – 1858 S. Grimball Rd., Charleston
• Cooper River Memorial – 3502 Rivers Ave., Charleston
• Dorchester Road – 6325 Dorchester Rd., North Charleston
• John L. Dart – 1067 King Street, Charleston
• Main - 68 Calhoun St, Charleston
• Mt. Pleasant Regional – 1133 Mathis Ferry Rd., Mt. Pleasant
• St. Paul’s/Hollywood – 5130 Hwy 165, Hollywood
• Wando Mount Pleasant – 1400 Carolina Park Blvd., Mt. Pleasant
• West Ashley – 45 Windermere Blvd., Charleston
“Many members of our community lack access to broadband Internet or devices,
putting them at a disadvantage. Libraries are built upon accessibility, so it is our job to
narrow the gap in the digital divide that exists in our community,” said CCPL Executive
Director Angela Craig.
All Chromebooks may be checked out by adult library cardholders for a period of four
weeks (28 days) and are not renewable. To check out a Chromebook, adult patrons
must have a CCPL library card and sign a Borrower Agreement form at a CCPL branch
when checking out the device.