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Jun 03 2020

Isle Of Palms City Council Cancels Fireworks

By Brian Sherman, The Island Eye News Managing Editor The Isle of Palms Council has voted to cancel this year’s Fourth of July fireworks show, redirecting an expenditure of approximately $35,000 to reward city employees for their exemplary performance during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. At a May 26 meeting, Council Member Jimmy Ward presented a …

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May 19 2020

Isle Of Palms Palm Trees

By Reagin von Lehe for The Island Eye News As if the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t causing enough of a problem for the Isle of Palms, city officials now are forced to deal with another major challenge: Ninetyseven of the island’s iconic sabal palm trees have been marked with a white X, indicating that Dominion Energy …

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May 05 2020

Isle Of Palms City Council Eliminates Checkpoints

By Brian Sherman, The Island Eye News Editor Lowcountry residents are finally headed back to the beach, but it took a total of five emergency Council meetings and pressure from Charleston County and the town of Mount Pleasant to convince Isle of Palms and Sullivan’s Island officials to give their neighbors the opportunity to enjoy …

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May 04 2020

City Of Isle Of Palms, South Carolina COVID – 19 Update #23

By Ronald Hanna for Island Eye News The Isle of Palms City Council held an emergency City Council meeting today, Monday, May 4, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. to discuss and consider amendments to the emergency ordinances and implement further measures to protect the citizens of the Isle of Palms.  City Council took the following actions: …

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May 02 2020

City Of Isle Of Palms, South Carolina COVID – 19 Update #22

By Ronald Hanna for Island Eye News The Isle of Palms City Council held an emergency City Council meeting today, Saturday, May 2, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. to discuss and consider amendments to the emergency ordinances and implement further measures to protect the citizens of the Isle of Palms. City Council took the following actions: …

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Apr 29 2020

Message From The Isle Of Palms Mayor: April 2020

I would first like to express my sincere gratitude for your willingness to adhere to the latest measures implemented by Gov. McMaster and the Isle of Palms City Council in an effort to keep our community safe from COVID-19. This is a difficult time for all of us as we adjust to this “new norm” …

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Apr 28 2020

City Of Isle Of Palms Emergency Council Meeting To Mitigate Impact of COVID-19

By Ron Hanna for Island Eye News The Isle of Palms City Council held an emergency City Council meeting today, Tuesday April 28, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. to discuss and consider amendments to the emergency ordinances, implement further measures to protect the citizens of the Isle of Palms and discuss a phased reopening strategy for …

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Apr 28 2020

Isle Of Palms Beach Is Open

By Brian Sherman, Island Eye News Managing Editor Isle of Palms residents returned to the beach April 21, but social distancing will remain in effect, groups will be limited to a maximum of three and most of them will only be able to use the sandy expanse to exercise.  At a special meeting April 20, …

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Apr 20 2020

City Of Isle Of Palms Emergency Council Meeting To Mitigate Impact Of COVID-19

By Ron Hanna for Island Eye News The Isle of Palms City Council held an emergency City Council meeting today, Monday April 20, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. to discuss and consider possible amendments to Emergency Ordinance 202002 and implement further measures to protect the citizens of the Isle of Palms.  Governor McMaster has lifted Executive …

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Mar 31 2020

City Of Isle Of Palms COVID-19 Update 10

By Ronald Hanna for Island Eye News The City of Isle of Palms is in a state of emergency.  As the situation continues to change rapidly, the City’s top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our community and staff. Per the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-16, the City of Isle of Palms will implement …

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