The Town reached out to Berkeley Propane (BP) with respect to questions raised by its public information statement and received the following responses.
- Have you (BP) reached out to other propane companies and / or independent contractors to supplement your employed drivers to work down the backlog of undelivered Seabrook Island customers?
- “[T]he local vendors are backlogged although not as far as [BP] and so are taking care of their own needs. The trouble with employing additional drivers is that it is difficult to find Hazmat drivers with all the certifications and licenses and background checks that are required.”
2. When does BP expected to clear the backlog?
2. “We [BP] are not able to give a definitive answer of results. We have been negotiating with other companies for lease of additional bobtails and/or assistance from other providers outside of our area. “
3. Can other propane companies fill your tank?
3. “Even though we have expressed permission for other vendors to fill our tanks on a one-time emergency basis, according to SC Gas Association who we have been working with on this, stated that no vendor will fill the tank for the one-time and assume the liability.”
Ron Ciancio, Mayor, Town of Seabrook Island
Bohicket Marina & Market Oyster Roast on January 20, 2018 from Noon – 4:00 PM
Come on out & join us again for a great time! All you can eat oysters & beer! Tickets can be purchased at the Ship’s Store, Doin’ the Charleston, the Ice Cream Shop or the Boat & Marina office for $20 per person. Tickets at the door will be $25 per person.
NEWS FLASH…TIME CHANGE
We will meet in the evening so that moms of younger children and teens have an opportunity to attend…we welcome ALL moms!
ARE YOU A MOM…OR GRANDMOTHER?
If so, I hope you’ll plan to join us for the monthly Mom’s Circle meeting. The purpose of this group is to inspire all women (both moms and grandmoms) to deepen their relationship with themselves and their family. Whether you’re a newer or seasoned mom (like me)…you are welcome! Motherhood is forever, no matter where you are on your journey. Your role may change, but you don’t just quit being a mom. Your journey of motherhood continues, in a different way. Yet it’s not always easy! Yes, it’s still possible to have a wonderful connection with your adult kids…and it requires effort.
The love and peace you wish for your family, begins with you. If you’re a mother, a step-mother or grandmother, please join our Mom’s Circle, “Mothering with Courage” as we support each other in our continued courageous journey of motherhood!
“I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you.”
~ Joyce Meyer
My intention is to provide a supportive space for moms to learn and support each other in their journey of motherhood. There will be time for group conversation as well as individual time to reflect on your own unique journey.
Please join us on Wednesday, January 24th for our monthly meeting.
Topic: The Gift of Self-Reflection
Where: Osprey 2 room at The Lake House
Time: 7:00 PM
Please RSVP to Bonnie Compton at email@example.com or 843-718-1551.
*There will be monthly topics; this is your group and all questions and suggestions are welcome
**For those who are interested, there will be an outreach, opportunity within the group to support the mothers of John’s Island.
Hope you’ll join us!
The Lake House
Seabrook Island Utility Commission is introducing MYGOVHUB Online Account Access. Now you can go online to access, view and pay your monthly bill 24/7. You can view payments and usage history, opt out of receiving paper bills, and pay your monthly bill by credit card or EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) bank draft.
Training on how to use MYGOVHUB is being offered later this month:
Location: The Lake House
Date: Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Complimentary refreshments will be provided.
To see the invitation, click here.
-Submitted by Seabrook Island Utility Commission
If you have recently traveled along Betsey Kerrison Highway you know that it is a bit of an eyesore. On Saturday, February 3, intrepid and civic-minded Seabrookers will gather at the Lake House to venture forth to clean it up. The weather is expected (by eternal optimists) to be splendid. The Adopt-A-Highway volunteers will meet in the Eagles Nest Room of the Lake House to gather supplies and be ready to leave around 8:30 AM so that we will have the rest of the glorious day to enjoy for ourselves. Please come and join us. We really need your help.
If you have any questions contact Rich Siegel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 716-969-4731. Thanks.
This is an official notice from the Seabrook Island Utility Commission
The “boil water” advisory has been canceled as of noon today, January 17, 2018, for the residents in the following areas located on Seabrook Island due to a contractor break in the water system.
-All of the Racquet Club Villas (condominiums)
-The following addresses located in Charleston Place-
2425, 2425, 2426, 2427, 2428, 2429 and 2430
No other “boil water” notices are in effect at this time on Seabrook Island.
Seabrook Island Utility Commission
Hot water has been restored at the Lake House today, Jan. 17, 2018.
Steve Hirsch, SIPOA Engineering
Gentle & Restorative Yoga at 4:00 pm will be canceled today, Wednesday, January 17th .
Please note: The Semi Private Yoga class will also be canceled for this evening, Wednesday, January 17th.
Thank you for understanding!
The Lake House
There is still no hot water at the Lake House. We’ll report when we learn it’s back on.
Seabrookers John Reynolds and Mary Whyte are hosting “The Sounds of Motown” on Friday, February 23, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the Seabrook Island House. With live music and dancing, the evening should be a great time for a great cause, SCOPE50.
Tickets are $75 and can be ordered from John Reynolds at Johnr99773@aol.com or 843-768-0434 or click here for more information and to purchase tickets. This is an all island event open to everyone.
SCOPE50 is an Oral History Project designed to collect the personal accounts of the Summer Community Organization and Political Education (SCOPE) Project volunteers who spent the summer of 1965 traveling through the south educating black people about their rights and registering them to vote. These volunteers are aging so it is important the Oral History Project be undertaken now, before these pieces of history are lost forever. These histories will then be made available to educators, students, voting rights organizations and archives.
John Reynolds and his history with the Civil Rights Movement make a compelling story.
Photo credit http://www.sclcscope50th.org
Evening RideSBI will be canceled on Tuesday, January 23rd.
Thank you for understanding!
The Lake House