Monthly Archives: May 2018

Executive Director’s Report – May 2018

Executive Director’s Report May 21, 2018 Operations & Maintenance: The summer interns began work on May 7th. They will spend the next 12 weeks analyzing the SIPOA road pavement and surveying drainage outfalls. Safety & Security: We have introduced the … Continue reading

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Privacy Policies and the GDPR

Hello Seabrook! Hope everyone had a nice Memorial Day holiday. You may have seen a recent increase in e-mail from companies in which you have previously created an account concerning updates to their privacy policies. In fact, here is a … Continue reading

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Seabrook Island Healthcare Professionals Meeting

Seabrook Island Healthcare Professionals will meet Thursday, June 7th at the Lake House, Osprey Room 2 at 7 pm. PLEASE NOTE THE TIME CHANGE. ALL healthcare professionals are welcome to join us. Guest Speaker will be Stephen Cutia MS CCC-LP,  … Continue reading

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5th Annual Inshore Fishing Tournament – June 9

Click here to register. (Image credit:  The Point Is website) –Tidelines Editor

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Main Road Open After Accident 5/30, 11;15 am

Live 5 Traffic has just reported that Main Road is open again for traffic coming onto and leaving the island.  The accident has been cleared up. Follow us on Twitter at TidelinesAlert to receive instant information about traffic issues as … Continue reading

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Main Road Closed 5/30, 8:40 am

St Johns Fire Department just reported that Main Road is closed between Patton Ave and Humber Rd due to an accident with injuries.  This is near St. Johns High School. You may want to find an alternate route on or … Continue reading

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Jump into Seabrook Island’s Water Fit Challenge This June

EVERY JOURNEY BEGINS WITH A SINGLE STEP OR IN OUR CASE A SINGLE SPLASH! The next session of the Water Fit Challenge will be a 4 week program running from Monday, June 4th through Friday, June 29th. The workout days … Continue reading

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Reminder: Time & Location Change for Lake House Classes

The morning water classes are moving to the outdoor pool for the summer season. Here is the Lake House Outdoor Pool schedule beginning Friday, June 1: Splashers – 8:00 am on Monday and Wednesday Water Aerobics – 8:00 am on … Continue reading

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Freshfields Village: Farmers Market Re-opens June 4

Pick from the freshest organic produce, local food products, and Lowcountry crafts all summer long at the weekly Farmer’s Market held on Mondays from 4:00 to 8:00 pm on the Village Green at Freshfields. (Photo Credit:  Boone Hall Farm website) … Continue reading

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New Stormwater Check Valve

Stormwater check valves prevent tidal waters from flooding roadways during higher than normal high tide events.  This valve is located near the intersection of Seabrook Island Road and Wood Duck Place.  The new valve is 42″ in diameter and will … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Report – Week Ending May 27th

You never know what you’re going to see on the beach during Turtle Patrol walks. We believe this was the first horse/Bride sighting. Thanks to Mary Zamora for the photo. Friday, May 25th The Memorial Day Holiday weekend started off … Continue reading

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Seabrooker Mary Whyte in the News

On April 15, Barbara Burgess wrote a post in Tidelines about Seabrooker Mary Whyte’s visit to President George W. Bush. This morning, The Post and Courier also published an article about Mary and her visit to Dallas. To read the Tidelines article, … Continue reading

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