From left, Agnes Pinckney, Kate Pinckney, Robert Pinckney and Karen Floyd stand next to their family’s old car that sat next to the Pinckney Colony Road on their property in Bluffton for more than 20 years. They were recently contacted by the county and asked to move it so that it wasn’t visible from the road.
From left, Agnes Pinckney, Kate Pinckney, Robert Pinckney and Karen Floyd stand next to their family’s old car that sat next to the Pinckney Colony Road on their property in Bluffton for more than 20 years. They were recently contacted by the county and asked to move it so that it wasn’t visible from the road. Delayna Earley dearley@islandpacket.com
From left, Agnes Pinckney, Kate Pinckney, Robert Pinckney and Karen Floyd stand next to their family’s old car that sat next to the Pinckney Colony Road on their property in Bluffton for more than 20 years. They were recently contacted by the county and asked to move it so that it wasn’t visible from the road. Delayna Earley dearley@islandpacket.com

Rural ways of old Bluffton pushed aside

October 22, 2017 08:00 AM

UPDATED October 22, 2017 08:00 AM

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