Tag: Khoury

Nov 30 2018

Letter To The Editor: Sullivan’s Island Town Council Likes Compromise – But How Much?

Dear Editor,  For years Sullivan’s Island Town Council has indeed successfully defended, in the South Carolina Courts, the Town’s right to protect and manage the Accreted Land Trust area – the Maritime Forest – for the benefit of all Sullivan’s Island residents. Now Town Council is bending over backwards in a compassionate attempt to implement …

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Aug 29 2018

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: August 22, 2018

By Emma Woodham, The Island Eye News Staff Writer On Tuesday, Aug. 22, the Sullivan’s Island Town Council met for its regularly scheduled meeting. After the Pledge of Allegiance and the invocation, Mayor Pat O’Neil opened the floor to citizens’ comments. Norman Khoury, a resident of I’on Ave., addressed the proposed changes to the Maritime …

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Feb 19 2016

Letter To The Editor: Supporting Harm

Dear Editor, Sullivan’s Island Town Council is in the final stages of developing a plan for the “Transition Zone” portion of an overall management plan for the protected coastal forest. This zone was proposed as an accommodation to island residents living adjacent to the forest who have expressed concerns and who desire a more open …

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Jun 11 2014

Letter To The Editor: Council Cannot See The Woods For The Trees

  The last Sullivan’s Island Town Council meeting on May 19 was a textbook example of self – interest, political doubletalk, and incredible shortsightedness. After three years of investigation, research, on-site study and debate, taking into consideration the diverse opinions of all of the residents of Sullivan’s Island, the Sullivan’s Island LUNR (Land Use and …

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Feb 04 2014

Letter To The Editor: Newspaper Report One-Sided

Dear Editor, The article “Town forest, coyotes mar Sullivan’s seascape, residents say” published on the front page of the January 16 edition of The Post and Courier, was very one-sided. Also, it seemed to indicate that the lawsuit discussed was something new—rather than clearly stating that this has been an ongoing drain on town resources …

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