Tag: September

Oct 12 2018

Isle Of Palms City Council Meeting: September 25, 2018

By Gregg Bragg, Island Eye News Staff Writer Mayor Jimmy Carroll welcomed attendees, including the press, to the Sept. 25 meeting of the Isle of Palms town council (IOPTC). The well-attended meeting opened with a prayer and the Pledge. Parliamentary procedures were quickly dispatched with just one hiccup during the reading of last month’s meeting …

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Oct 11 2018

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: September 25, 2018

By Gregg Bragg, Island Eye News Staff Writer The pledge was recited and prayers were offered to open the Sept. 25 meeting of the Town of Sullivan’s Island Town Council (TOSI). Credit/blame goes to Hurricane Florence for a week’s delay holding this month’s gathering, normally scheduled for the third Tuesday each month. The meeting was …

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Sep 27 2018

Sullivan’s Island Mayor’s Message: September 2018

Dear Island Neighbors,  I am grateful to be able to report what you already know: that the Island’s loudest wind from slow-moving, indecisive, ill-tempered Hurricane Florence was the sound of our collective sigh of relief when we were spared. Needless to say, no celebrations were in order, given the magnitude of destruction and displacement suffered …

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Sep 04 2018

Empowering Women After Abuse

By Gregg Bragg,  Island Eye News Sr. Staff Writer The third annual Hope Walk is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 15 and will kick off at 8 a.m. on the Charleston side of the Ravenel Bridge (look for the tents and banners). Victims of domestic violence will march in cathartic unity, empowering each other and the …

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Aug 28 2018

NV Realty Group Hosts Local Art Initiative To Benefit Local Children’s Charity

By Kathleen Radenbaugh for Island Eye News NV Realty Group (formerly Golden Bear Realty) will host an art reception and exhibit of the works of local Charleston Artist, Marcia Mathias, on Thursday, September 13, 2018 from 5pm to 8pm. All residents, art enthusiasts, and friends are welcome to attend. This is NV Realty Group’s 8th …

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Oct 17 2017

Lowcountry Land Trust Collects 228lbs Of Beach Trash

Staff Report for The Island Eye News On Saturday, Sept. 16, 17 volunteers joined the Lowcountry Land Trust to participate in a beach sweep on Sullivan’s Island. Volunteers collected over 25 bags of trash weighing 228 lbs. and also cleared large pieces of wood, tires, children’s toys, beach chairs and rope from the beach. The …

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Oct 10 2017

Open House At The Isle Of Palms Marina Draws Crowd And Questions

By Katy Calloway, The Island Eye News Editor Photos by Steve Rosamilia The City of Isle of Palms hosted a series of presentations at the Marina Open House event on Thursday, Sept. 28. The first of the three presentations on the Isle of Palms Marina Enhancement and Community Revitalization plan given by Kirby Marshall of …

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Oct 07 2017

Letter To The Editor: Wave Dissipation System Is Ineffective

Dear Editor, The article on the Wave Dissipation System in the Sept. 15 issue of the Island Eye failed to provide information on the full impacts that the wall is having on the beach erosion and sea turtle nesting on Isle of Palms. The Wave Dissipation System was installed as a temporary research project to …

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Sep 28 2017

Letter From The Mayor Of Sullivan’s Island: October 2017

I hope you are enjoying the early stages of what is my favorite time of year on the island: Fall. Nothing like those cool breezes and that great, clear fall light on the Spartina grass as it goes golden. And college football…depending on who your team is. But before we get too captivated by all …

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Sep 21 2017

Islands’ Community Gives To Harvey Victims

By Katy Calloway, The Island Eye News Editor Photos by Steve Rosamilia On Sept. 1 community members showed support for victims of Hurricane Harvey, by parking a tractor-trailer at the Exclusive Properties office on Palm Blvd. and soliciting donations via social media. Word spread like wildfire and donations poured in over the course of the …

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