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2021 PGA Championship To Be Played With Limited Number Of Spectators On-site

By Arielle Alpino for Island Eye News The PGA of America today announced that the 2021 PGA Championship will be contested with a limited number of spectators on-site, May 17-23, at The Ocean Course at Kiawah Island (S.C.) Golf Resort. Collin Morikawa will defend the 2020 PGA Championship he won with no spectators present last …

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Volvo Car Open To Be Conducted Without Fans

By Arielle Alpino for The Island Eye News The Volvo Car Open, the premier women’s only professional tennis tournament in North America, will be held as scheduled, April 3-11, 2021, in Charleston without fans. With public health and safety as the event’s top priority, the tournament will forgo its traditional on site fan environment to …

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Letter To The Editor: H. Blair Hahn, Esq

Dear Editor, I am shocked to read in David Slade’s article in the Post and Courier that SCDOT Secretary Christy Hall has “revoked” the department’s approval of the Isle of Palms 2015 parking plan. This is a power neither Christy Hall nor the SCDOT now or has ever had! Christy Hall wrote in a 1/9/2015 …

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Perspective Gallery: Jim Rowe

By Perspective Gallery for The Island Eye News Watercolorist Jim Rowe is artist of the month for January at Perspective Gallery in Mount Pleasant. One of his works, “Sunday Races,” was juried into the 2020 South Carolina Watermedia Society Show, which can be seen at the society’s website. Rowe has won several awards in Mt. …

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Justin Novak

By Justin Novak for The Island Eye News After much thought, consideration, and conversation, I am honored to announce that I will be seeking to serve as a member of Sullivan’s Island Town Council. Our island is at a crossroads and the decisions we make in the coming years will shape the future of this …

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Gary Visser

By Gary Visser for The Island Eye News One day my neighbor, then Mayor Mike Perkis, walked to our house and said “Hey, I’ve got a job for you!” With that I began nine years service on the Planning Commission for Sullivan’s Island. We’ve lived here over 30 years, but the past nine have allowed …

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Scott Millimet

By Scott Millimet for The Island Eye News My name is Scott Millimet and I am excited to announce my candidacy for the Town Council of Sullivan’s Island.  I have been a resident of the island for nine years and the uniqueness of our Sullivan’s is reinforced each and every day. Having semi-retired from the …

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Taking The Lead On The Land

By Meghan Daniel for The Island Eye News The committee proposal addressed at Isle of Palms’ Jan. 26 City Council meeting is, as council member Susan Hill Smith described, a fitting direction for the island to go in, considering its “history of environmental leadership.” Ideas for an Environmental Advisory Committee have been tossed around for …

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Message From The Mayor: February 2021

By Pat O’Neil for The Island Eye News Dear Island Neighbors, 2020: IT WAS A BUSY YEAR FOR SULLIVAN’S ISLAND, OUR HOMETOWN No doubt the year that recently (and thankfully) exited the stage was exhausting for nearly everyone. Our great Town employees may well have felt the same way, and they certainly earned it, what …

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Op-Ed: Lawsuit Settlement For Management of The Accreted Land

By Susan Middaugh for Island Eye News Town Council members who approved the lawsuit settlement on management of the Accreted Land and their supporters have characterized the court-approved plan as a beneficial compromise that will have a “light touch” on the land. Those who are vigorously opposing this settlement have characterized it as a recipe …

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