Tag: Woodham

Sep 14 2018

Isle Of Palms City Council Meeting: August 28, 2018

By Emma Woodham, Island Eye News Staff Writer Prior to Isle of Palms City Council’s regularly scheduled meeting, a public hearing was held for Ordinance 2018-13, which relates to a new definition for impervious material. Only one island resident spoke about the proposed ordinance, and it was passed unanimously. Following the conclusion of the hearing, …

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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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Aug 03 2018

Sullivan’s Island Town Council Meeting: Tuesday, July 17

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer For The Island Eye News The Town Council of Sullivan’s Island met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, July 17. All members of the council were present except for Town Administrator Andy Benke. Following the pledge of allegiance and the invocation, Mayor Pat O’Neil opened the floor to citizen’s …

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Aug 01 2018

Isle Of Palms City Council Meeting: Tuesday, July 24, 2018

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer For The Island Eye News All members of the Isle of Palms City Council were present for the regularly scheduled meeting on July 24. Following the invocation, Mayor Jimmy Carroll opened the floor to citizens’ comments. James Raih, a resident of Cameron Blvd., addressed council regarding the fact that the …

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Jun 15 2018

Mary Alice Monroe Hosts Event At Aquarium

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer for The Island Eye News Photos by Barb Bergwerf Isle of Palms resident and New York Times Bestselling author Mary Alice Monroe recently launched her latest book, Beach House Reunion, with an event at the South Carolina Aquarium.  “I’m a little overwhelmed. This truly is a turtle-lovers’ reunion,” Monroe said. …

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Jun 11 2018

New Hotel In Wild Dunes

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer For The Island Eye News A new hotel in Wild Dunes has been the topic of conversations on Isle of Palms for many weeks now, and representatives from Lowe, the company that owns and operates Wild Dunes, presented information about the proposed hotel to city council in May.  “Lowe is …

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May 24 2018

Bridge Closure May Affect Holiday Traffic

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer for The Island Eye News The May meeting of the Sullivan’s Island Town Council was unusually brief. Councilmembers Mark Howard and Tim Reese were absent, leaving only five members of the council present. Mayor Pat O’Neil opened the meeting by congratulating Sullivan’s Island Police Officer Sydney DeNett on her recent …

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May 08 2018

Renourishment Project Wraps Up

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer for The Island Eye News Great Lakes Dredge and Dock finished pumping nearly 1.5 million cubic yards of sand onto the beaches of Isle of Palms in the latest beach restoration at the end of March, wrapping a project that was more than a year in the planning. Ten years …

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Apr 27 2018

Sullivan’s Island April 2018 Council Meeting Addresses Budget

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer for The Island Eye News The Sullivan’s Island Town Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, April 17 with all council members in attendance. No citizens requested to address the council and following the approval of the March minutes, Mayor Pat O’Neil announced the Proclamation of Holocaust Remembrance …

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Apr 13 2018

Isle Of Palms City Council Meeting: March 2018

By Emma Woodham, Staff Writer for The Island Eye News Only a handful of seats were left in the council chambers by the time the regularly scheduled Isle of Palms City Council meeting began. Year-round managed beach parking was the topic that most residents present were concerned with. Following the invocation and pledge of allegiance, …

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