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Oct 15 2019

Loggerheads Are Finished For The Season

By Mary Pringle for Island Eye News  A great nesting season has come to an end. The Island Turtle Team celebrated with an end of the season party on Oct. 1, where the season was recapped with food, drinks, slides and videos as well as a silent auction to benefit sea turtle conservation efforts were enjoyed …

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Oct 15 2019

Island Resident Celebrates 100 Years

By Laura Fogarty, Island Eye News Managing Editor Born in Siler City North Carolina on Sept. 26, 1919, IOP resident Kathryn Marley Magruder celebrates 100 years of living young and offers some advice to the rest of us on how to do the same. Kathryn says, “Minimize stress. Live in moderation. Listen to what others say. …

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Oct 11 2019

Land Use And Natural Resource Committee Meets To Address Accreted Land Management Plan

By Rob Byko for Island Eye News  At 8:30 a.m., Chauncey Clark gaveled in the Land Use and Natural Resource (LUNR) meeting in the SI Town Council Chambers, welcoming fellow committee members Kaye Smith and Mayor Pat O’Neil and an eager crowd in attendance to hear discussions of the “team selection for review of the accreted …

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Oct 10 2019

Sullivan’s Island Mayor’s Message: October 2019

Dear Island Neighbors, First, a few quick items, and then a recap of Hurricane Dorian. MUST-SEE TV  Or maybe not. But you no longer have an excuse for not observing the meetings of Town Council and our Committees. With our new website (https://sullivansisland.sc.gov)  we now can live-stream them and archive them for later down-loading.  Please …

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Oct 09 2019

Statement On Malware Intrusion

Provided by Desiree Fragoso for Island Eye News The City of Isle of Palms is notifying residents that malware has affected certain servers at the city offices. The City’s Information Technology provider is on site diligently working on identifying the source, mitigating any damage and resolving the issue. The affected servers have been isolated and …

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Oct 08 2019

Hot Topics At The Farmers’ Market

Staff Report for Island Eye News  The Isle of Palms Fire Department stopped by the Rec Center during a recent Farmers’ Market to show off their fire trucks and talk about fire safety. Residents were able to ask questions, tour trucks and spend time with our local fire fighters. Battalion Chief Smith welcomes questions and …

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Oct 07 2019

Council Forum

Oct 04 2019

Osceola’s Muse

By Carol Antman for The Island Eye News On Sullivan’s Island where Osceola is buried, his spirit still looms. The overgrown remnants of Fort Moultrie batteries give an inkling of the conditions he and his tribe endured while prisoners there.  Street names like Osceola and Thompson Avenues remind us of the island’s conflicted role in …

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Oct 03 2019

Edward Jones Adds Financial Advisor

Provided for Island Eye News Edward Jones Financial Advisor Dimi Matouchev announced that a second financial advisor, Kurt Denner, has joined his office in Isle of Palms.  Before coming to Edward Jones, Kurt worked in finance for several multinational companies.  He lives in Mount Pleasant. Edward Jones, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in St. Louis, …

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Oct 02 2019

Osceola’s Muse Opening Night With Jonathan Green & Kris Manning Pop Up Show At Sandpiper Gallery

By Julie Cooke for Island Eye News,   Renowned artist Jonathan Green, designer of the costumes and scenery for the immersive theater production of Osceola’s Muse will have design sketches available during the opening night reception at Sandpiper Gallery prior to the first showing of this moving live theatrical extravaganza. Jonathan Green has been inspired by …

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