Jul 23 2009

Should Sullivan’s have lifeguards?

By Ali Akhyari It came as no surprise that Sullivan’s Island Town Council members took some time during their July 13 meeting to discuss the recent string of tragedies associated with strong currents which have killed three people this year. However, it was a bit surpris-ing to hear that one of the suggested solutions was …

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Jul 23 2009

Sullivan’s Accreted Land meeting – August 4, 6-8pm

Staff report Since last winter, commissioned companies Coastal Science & Engineering, Sabine & Waters and Dewberry, have been surveying and studying the Accreted Land of Sulli-van’s Island in order to draft a report outlining several options for the land’s future use. On August 4, residents will have their first official look at the report and …

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Jul 23 2009

Completing the IOP Public Safety building

by Chris Marchewka The new Isle of Palms Public Safety Building at #30 J.C. Long Blvd. will be near completion on the twenty-seventh of this month as vital communications equipment is installed for the Police Department. The last few weeks have seen largely cosmetic additions to the building like blinds, shelving, and ceiling tiles, as …

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Jul 23 2009

Full on Half-Rubber

By Chris Marchewka South Carolinians enjoys a rich history of firsts. First shot of the Civil War, first golf club, first commercial tea farm, first public library; but the crowning jewel among these firsts must certainly be the creation of Half-Rubber, the story of which surrounds the late Mr. E Wayne Goss Jr., known to …

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Jul 23 2009

Good music in your backyard

By Richard Brendel That’s the idea behind local dentist Eddie White’s “Awendaw Green”. It all started in the barn on Dr. White’s small plot of land just past the Sewee Outpost on Highway 17 North. Over the past year it has blossomed into an incredible, but unlikely, music venue, playing host weekly to the Wednesday …

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Jul 23 2009

Wanted: interested Sullivan’s Island residents

The Town of Sullivan’s Island is seeking applications from residents interested in serving on various Town Boards and Commissions. Please contact Lisa Darrow (ldarrow@sullivansisland-sc.com 883-5744) or Andy Benke (abenke@sullivansisland-sc.com) at Town Hall, 1610 Middle Street, for an application package or more information. Specific seats available beginning September 2009 are: Planning Commission (4 seats), Design Review …

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Jul 23 2009

Give your turtle team x-ray vision

By Mary Pringle Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island Turtle Team members have recently participated in a fund raising effort that is helping to enable the South Carolina Aquarium’s Sea Turtle Hospital to purchase a state of the art digital radiography (x-ray) machine. Because of the extreme weight (in some cases over 300lbs.) of some …

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Jul 16 2009

Middle Street repaving

Charleston County & Banks Construction are repaving the road at the intersection of Middle Street and Station 22 1/2 starting on Thursday, July 16. Repaving will take place from Station 22 1/2 to Station 28 1/2 and should take between two (2) days and 1 week to complete. Sullivan’s Town Hall has been advised that …

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Jul 14 2009

Windjammer music- July/August calendar

The Windjammer 1008 Ocean Blvd Isle Of Palms SC 2945 www.the-windjammer.com Open Mic Night Every Tuesday when there is not a band starting June 9. JULY Project Bluebook: members of Uncle Mingo scheduled for July 17, 2009 Villanova scheduled for July 18, 2009 Bikini Bash, FunHouse scheduled for July 19, 2009 Who’s Bad featuring E’Casanova …

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Jul 14 2009

Coal Men coming to Home Team – August 14

The Coal Men, who have recently celebrated their tenth anniversary and also signed to Funzalo Records, are hitting the road and dazzling audiences with their musical prowess (and comedic talents!!). They’ll also be debuting songs from their soon-to-be-released album, Kids With Songs. They’ll be playing at: Fiery Ron’s HomeTown BBQ – where it’s all about …

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