Tag: projects

Jun 07 2018

Isle Of Palms Mayors Message: June 2018

SUMMER IS FINALLY HERE We have a couple of construction projects in the works that will affect traffic and create potential travel delays. The Phase II Drainage project has crossed on to Palm Blvd., which means that the contractor will be installing drainage infrastructure on Palm Blvd. between 45th and 52nd Aves. Due to the …

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Sep 30 2015

Sullivan’s Island Elementary Gets New Urban Garden

By Maddy Spellerberg for Island Eye News The first urban garden that has grown out of a partnership between Seamon Whiteside and the Green Heart Project was unveiled last week at Sullivan’s Island Elementary School. Since announcing the partnership earlier this year, landscape architecture and civil engineering firm Seamon Whiteside, and local nonprofit Green Heart, …

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Apr 25 2015

Prepare To Vote May 5

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor The election to fill over half of the seats on the Sullivan’s Island town council takes place Tuesday, May 5. To help voters choose three candidates to fill 4-year terms and one candidate for a 2-year term, The Island Eye News posed a total of 10 questions on …

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Apr 08 2015

Sullivan’s Island Council Candidates Address Issues

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor Residents of Sullivan’s Island will go to the polls Tuesday, May 5 to vote for 3 open seats on the Town Council. The council is comprised of 6 councilmembers and the mayor. Two incumbent councilmembers are running for re-election, Mary Jane Watson and Jerry Kaynard. Hartley Cooper is …

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Nov 10 2014

Isle Of Palms Council Tackles Parking, City’s Financial Health

By Jennifer Tuohy, Island Eye News Editor While there was no formal discussion of the proposed parking plan at Isle of Palms’ October Ways and Means committee or City Council meetings, the topic did repeatedly pop up. It will be discussed in more detail at a special City Council meeting on Monday, Nov. 3, following …

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Apr 30 2013

The Show Must Go On

By Daniel Prentice Founded by Isle of Palms resident Jimmy Ward in 1993, the Crabpot Players have produced over 150 shows throughout the lowcountry and southeastern United States over the past 20 years. What began as a small operation, in which Ward and friends would perform in non-traditional theatre spaces, such as the Windjammer on …

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Jun 21 2012

What Do You See In Your Parks?

With more than 10 facilities in the Charleston County area, not counting a multitude of managed boat landings, Charleston County Parks and Recreation (CCPRC) is a vital part of the livability aspect of Charleston County. Each year, the parks continue to grow both their programs and facilities through new project builds, new program development and …

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Mar 28 2012

A green thumb’s dream market: Plantasia is Charleston Horticultural Society’s Premier Plant Sale!

Provided Plantasia is everything about plants. On Friday, April 13, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday, April 14, from 8 a.m.- 2 p.m., Plantasia will once again be held at Wragg Square, 342 Meeting Street, in front of Second Presbyterian Church. Horticulturally-trained garden docents and volunteers will be available to help with plant selection and …

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Mar 23 2012

Summer Jobs for Youth at Fort Sumter National Monument

Provided by National Park Service Are you a teenager looking for a challenging summer job? If so, you may be interested in working for the National Park Service as a member of the Youth Conservation Corps at Fort Sumter National Monument. The Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) was established by Public Law 93-408. It is a summer …

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Mar 05 2010

Sullivan’s Island Council – February 16, 2010

Council member Pat ONeil passed out Mardi Gras beads to the audience before the meeting began.

Council member Pat O’Neil shared a little of the Mardi Gras spirit with the assembled crowd before the Council meeting began, throwing handfuls of green, yellow and purple beads to the laughing attendees, including Mrs. Watson’s first grade class from Sullivan’s Island Elementary. The first graders, bedecked in beads and smiling from ear to ear, …

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