Category: Sullivans Island Town Council

May 07 2019

Sullivan’s Island Town Council 2019 Election Results

Staff Report for Island Eye News Here are the unofficial results for the 2019 Sullivan’s Island Town Council Election. There are currently 5 provisional ballots to be decided upon, which could determine who will fill the 3 seats. Official results will be made public this Thursday, May 9, at 12 Noon. Kaye Smith – 381 …

Continue reading

Apr 25 2019

Sullivan’s Island Town Council: April 2019

By Katy Calloway, The Island Eye News Managing Editor The April 16 Sullivan’s Island Town Council meeting got off to it’s usual start, with a warm welcome, the Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation. A single resident approached the podium for citizen’s comments. A relative newcomer to the island, Mr. Emmett Lynch, first thanked Council for …

Continue reading

Apr 09 2019

The Run For Town Council

Staff Report for The Island Eye News The Town of Sullivan’s Island’s municipal election is on Tuesday, May 7. The Island Eye is interested to know where the candidates stand on popular issues and has invited each candidate to answer the final three of six questions. The first three questions and responses can be found …

Continue reading

Mar 29 2019

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: March 19, 2019

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Eye News Staff Writer The Sullivan’s Island Town Council seems to have found the key to citizen engagement; celebrate the contributions of concerned residents. Town Hall was stacked to the rafters for the third consecutive month at the March 19 meeting. Mayor O’Neil’s act of turning to a proclamation in …

Continue reading

Mar 27 2019

The Run For Town Council

The Town of Sullivan’s Island will hold its municipal elections on Tuesday, May 7. Five candidates are vying for three seats on Town Council, which will carry them through 2023. Interested to know where the candidates stand on popular issues, The Island Eye invited them to answer the following three questions. We will run three …

Continue reading

Mar 20 2019

Kaye Smith For Town Council

I grew up in the South on a farm, with a deep appreciation for our region’s natural resources, beauty and traditions. I have been a resident on Sullivan’s Island for more than a dozen years. My husband, Scott and I raised our three children here. I am deeply committed to this special community we all …

Continue reading

Feb 27 2019

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: February 19, 2019

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Eye News Staff Writer Council chambers were filling fast in the run up to the Feb. 19 meeting of the Town of Sullivan’s Island Council. Handshakes and hugs cascaded through several clutches of residents, and the din of celebratory conversations overwhelmed the ears. Mayor Patrick O’Neil had to use his …

Continue reading

Feb 01 2019

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: January 15, 2019

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Eye News Staff Writer There was little by way of preamble to the Jan. 15 meeting of the Sullivan’s Island Town Council. Attendance was back to pre-holiday levels. Mayor Patrick O’Neil dispatched parliamentary procedures, and reviewed the rules for making citizen’s comments. He said remarks should be addressed to Council …

Continue reading

Jan 18 2019

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: Tuesday, December 17, 2018

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Eye News Staff Writer A skinny agenda and sparse crowd marked the final Sullivan’s Island Town Council assembly of 2018, held on Dec. 17. ‘Twas the meeting before Christmas, and Mayor Patrick O’Neil was ready with stacks of blue tins containing cookies, which he distributed to staff. Ribbed about the …

Continue reading

Dec 06 2018

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: Tuesday, November 20, 2018

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Eye News Staff Writer The agenda for Town of Sullivan’s Island town council meetings is usually measured in hectares; both sides of an 8.5/14 sheet of paper. It was quite a bit shorter for the meeting at Town Hall on Nov. 20. However, the items on the smaller sheet were …

Continue reading