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Byline: KRIS WISE
A Senate committee formed to study the future of the state's ports has wrapped up its investigation, releasing a report last week that gives little direction as to how the General Assembly should deal with unresolved waterfront issues.
The Senate finance subcommittee on ports, a seven-member group led by Sen. Harvey Peeler, R-Gaffney, said in a four-page report that it has held three hearings since January. The intent was to learn more about a dispute between the State Ports Authority and Jasper County over who should develop a new deepwater port on the South Carolina side of the Savannah River.
During its hearings, the group saw …