Tag: Public

Sep 11 2018

Sullivan’s Island Library Extends WiFi Access

By Maggie Mohr for the Island Eye News Charleston County Public Library (CCPL) customers who visit the Edgar Allan Poe/Sullivan’s Island Library can now take advantage of free 24/7 WiFi access at the park in front of Battery Gadsden thanks to the recent installation of a transmitter that boosts the signal. The Town of Sullivan’s …

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Jul 13 2018

Public Service Announcement

Dear Business and Community Friends of Exchange: The IOP Exchange Club is engaged in an ambitious and transformative project to access the waterfront with a seawall, dock, boardwalk, and other improvements. The objective of this project is to enhance our service to the community, veterans groups, and at-risk children by providing needed access to our …

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Jun 11 2018

BREAKING: Sullivan’s Island Considering Eliminating More Parking On Middle Street

Island Eye News Staff Report The Sullivan’s Island Public Safety Committee met Monday morning to discuss recommendations from a special ad hoc committee on parking. Council members Tim Reese and Chauncy Clark and Mayor Pat O’Neil have been tasked with coming up with ideas to address parking problems in the business district. Fire Chief Anthony …

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Jun 06 2018

Ask The County Council District 2 Candidates

The June 12 primary elections have significance for the Lowcountry, as we will be looking to fill seats at the national, state and county levels in this year’s election cycle. The Island Eye News posed six questions to our two candidates for County Council, District 2, which covers Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, Mount Pleasant …

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Jun 01 2018

‟Libraries Rock” This Summer

By Delores Schweitzer for The Island Eye News Are you ready to Rock and Roll this summer? The Poe library is part of the 16-branch Charleston County Public Library system, connecting patrons to great books, movies, and media of all types, along with wonderful performers, speakers and teachers. This year’s theme is “Libraries Rock” and …

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May 14 2018

2018 Alligator Hunting Season

Staff Report for The Island Eye News The S.C. Department of Natural Resources is accepting online applications for the 2018 Public Alligator Hunting season and the 2018 Wildlife Management Area (WMA) Alligator Hunting Season at dnr.sc.gov/wildlife/alligator/ index.html. It is estimated that more than 100,000 alligators live from the Midlands to the coast of South Carolina …

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May 07 2018

Oyster Season To Close May 15, Clam Season To Close May 31

By Erin Weeks for Island Eye News South Carolina’s season for harvest of oysters and mussels from State Shellfish Grounds and Public Shellfish Grounds will close on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at one half hour after official sunset, according to South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) officials. Clam season will close on Thursday, May 31, 2018, at …

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Mar 05 2018

Expect Bedlam At Baroque Concert

By Susan Hill Smith for The Island Eye News Attend an upcoming performance on Isle of Palms, and you can journey back to the 16th and 17th centuries when the lute was one of the most admired musical instruments across Europe, with fans ranging from commoners to kings. Kayleen Sanchez, new director of traditional music …

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Mar 01 2018

Isle Of Palms Mayor’s Message: March 2018

Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in the first ever Isle of Palms Citizen Forums held on Feb. 1 and Feb. 8 at the Recreation Center. I am thrilled with the response from our citizens; over 200 people came to share their concerns and hopes for the beautiful island we are blessed to …

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Feb 16 2018

Full House At Isle Of Palms Public Forum

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer for Island Eye News Over 160 Isle of Palms residents turned out for the Isle of Palms Public Forum on Thursday, Feb. 1, for what Mayor Jimmy Carroll said he felt was a great success. Questions about ordinance amendments regarding sewer lines, coyotes, traffic and parking, and transparency of local …

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