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Charleston’s most influential voices are trying to shape the future of Union Pier, a 64-acre cruise ship hub wedged between the Cooper River and the city’s Historic District.

And more than 500 people packed downtown’s Sottile Theatre to hear what they had to say March 2 during a public discussion hosted by The Post and Courier.

Mayor John Tecklenburg, one of six panelists at the event, said he views the project as an opportunity that will forever affect the city.

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