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Golf For A Cause

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye News The Wild Dunes Men’s Golf Association recently struck a blow in the battle to defeat prostate cancer, raising more than $150,000 at its eighth annual Charity Golf Outing. Under ideal weather conditions, 167 golfers challenged the Wild Dunes Links Course May 8. Mike Flint and his foursome …

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Calling All Chess Players

By Adam Rousselle for The Island Eye News Hello! My name is Adam, I am starting a chess club here on Sullivan’s Island. I anticipate holding the event on Sunday’s from 1-2 p.m. (could go longer). The atmosphere would be relaxed, inviting all chess players, from those having never played to more advanced players.  We …

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Message From The Mayor: May 2021

Dear Island Neighbors,  It’s great to be back after our very energetic Town election campaign season! Now it’s back to work. Our new Councilmembers, and our not-quite-so-new Mayor, will be sworn in at our regular Council meeting on June 15. We hope to be back for in person meetings by then, so please watch the …

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Sullivan’s Island Sees Record Turnout In Election

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye News Was Sullivan’s Island’s May 4 election all about the Maritime Forest? Did voters go to the polls in record numbers to cast their ballots for or against the mediated agreement between the town and homeowners that apparently settled a decades-old debate about whether to cut trees and …

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Isle Of Palms Traffic

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye News With the first big holiday weekend of the beach season approaching, Isle of Palms Police Chief Kevin Cornett is working with other Lowcountry entities to keep traffic moving at a reasonable pace as vehicles enter and leave the island and also while drivers are seeking places to …

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Legislature Passes Senate 40 Bill

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye News Gov. Henry McMaster was expected to sign into law a bill that requires municipalities on South Carolina’s barrier islands to provide at least some free parking on state roads and also gives towns and cities along the coast some leeway concerning how they can spend parking fees. …

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Letter To The Editor: Words Of Consideration

I may be late to express my views in writing concerning issues in theupcoming election on Sullivan’s Island, but I’ve been a part of the debatefor decades. Many may have already voted, but may I offer a few words for consideration by those who are still debating? Several years ago I was at a town …

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Letter To The Editor: Islanders And Mainlanders

Sullivan’s Island does not exist in a world unto itself. The importanceof Sullivan’s Island’s Maritime Forest is closely related to the neighboringcommunities of Mount Pleasant and Charleston. The islands along the coast of South Carolina are called “barrier islands” for a reason. They act as a barrier between the enormous forces of the Atlantic Ocean …

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Freedom Of Information Act Lawsuit Challenges City Of Isle Of Palms

By Joshua Hooser for Island Eye News Today Attorney Joshua Hooser of Hooser Legal Counsel, LLC filed a lawsuit against the City of Isle of Palms in the Charleston County Court of Common Pleas, Case Number 2021CP1002201. The lawsuit seeks a court order requiring public disclosure of electronic messages between the Isle of Palms mayor …

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Message From The Sullivan’s Island Town Administrator

There are a lot of things going on around the Island so I thought an update might be helpful. Please do not hesitate to write back if you have any questions. SUMMER BEACH SEASON AND EVERYTHING THAT GOES ALONG WITH WARM WEATHER A. HURRICANE SEASON – Warm weather has been here for a month and …

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