The Hilton Head Island Welcome Center might say goodbye as a heap of rubble.
The Hilton Head Island Town Council will consider demolishing the building at its 4 p.m. meeting today. Town staff has said the building, constructed in the 1970s, is not worth repairing and recommended razing it.
The Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce closed the welcome center in October after a survey found that more travelers are looking for vacation information online.
The chamber has said it intends to set up iPad kiosks around the island at high-traffic areas, such as the airport, hotels, resorts and chamber offices, where visitors can access information previously available at the welcome center.
For more, check back with the Island Packet and Beaufort Gazette later today, and follow reporter Brian Heffernan at twitter.com/IPBG_Brian .