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Mar 14 2012

A Salute from the Isle Of Palms Garden Club

Provided A monthly recognition of beautiful yards on the Isle Of Palms and Sullivan’s Island will be held this April through October. The yards that receive the salute recognition for the month will have a sign placed on their properties for the duration of that month. If the properties are within Wild Dunes, the salutes …

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Mar 12 2012

A Little Less Litter Thanks to Notre Dame

Provided If you were out walking the Sullivan’s Island shoreline between Stations 27 and 28 1/2 on the morning of Saturday, February 25, you probably saw an enthusiastic crew of volunteers gathering up trash along the beach. All members of the Notre Dame Club of Charleston recently adopted this section of Sullivan’s as part of …

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Mar 01 2012

Co-Open!: The Co-Op reopens with flair

By Chris Allen The Co-Op has returned from a January vacation and is approaching its first year anniversary on Sullivan’s Island. We have been overwhelmed with support and dedication from our local customers, and we look forward to many more years of serving our neighbors, friends, and island visitors. Open Tuesday through Sunday, The Co-Op …

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Mar 01 2012

Film to fund sea turtle support: Team Tortuga hopes to help out turtles at SC Aquarium

By Kristin Hackler Every year, students at East Cooper Montessori Charter School are given a very interesting assignment: over the course of a semester, they must find a way to give back to the community by participating in charitable activities, or, in the case of a group of twelve innovative students, form an organization to …

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Feb 27 2012

Letter To The Editor – Psenkas And deVitos: Time to Build

Dear Editor, It’s not the critic who counts. This is a letter to publicly thank and applaud our local elected officials on the Sullivan’s Island Town Council (SITC) and on the Charleston County School Board (CCSB) for repeatedly, transparently, and democratically voting yes for our children and for moving forward with the continuation of excellent …

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Feb 27 2012

Letter To The Editor – Patrick Marr: “MAYBERRY BY THE SEA”

To Sullivan’s Island residents: For the past year, I have idly sat by and watched the volleys between “Islanders for a Smaller School,” Town Council and school supporters regarding the proposed size of the new Sullivan’s Island Elementary School. At first, like many on the island, I felt that with my children in a Catholic …

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Feb 27 2012

Letter To The Editor – Loren Ziff

Dear Editor, I am writing (again) to try to bring facts, not rhetoric, to the issues regarding rebuilding Sullivan’s Island Elementary School (SIES). If one wants to examine the facts, it is very clear to see why the Charleston County School District (CCSD) and the Town of Sullivan’s Island (TOSI) are proceeding. The problem with …

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Feb 16 2012

School design taking shape, public invited to participate in weekly committee meetings

Provided On Tuesday, February 14, the Town of Sullivan’s Island Building and Construction Committee held the first of six scheduled public meetings to gather input regarding the design of the new Sullivan’s Island Elementary School (SIES). Jerry English, the architect charged with designing the new school, and Ed Strack, senior project manager for Southern Management …

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Feb 16 2012

BREAKING NEWS: Town Of Sullivan’s Island Asks For Declaratory Judgement On School Referendum

By Sullivan’s Island Town Council On Monday, February 13, 2012, The Town of Sullivan’s Island filed a lawsuit seeking a Declaratory Judgment on the Petition for a Referendum on Sullivan’s Island Elementary School. Town Council is asking the Court to review the Petition under applicable laws and to advise the Town how to respond to …

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Feb 13 2012

Letter To The Editor – The Grisillo Family

Dear Editor, Sullivan’s Island was once a little sleepy town where all residents knew one another by first names. It has now grown into a community of substantial size. Many visitors over the years have come to make this wonderful place their home. While a lot of us have moved onto other places we still …

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