Monthly Archives: July 2020

Town of Seabrook Island Hurricane Isaias Advisory #2

Hurricane Isaias Advisory #2 July 31, 2020 – 5:00 pm Earlier this afternoon, officials from the Town of Seabrook Island participated in a countywide conference call organized by the Charleston County Emergency Management Department (CCEMD). During the call, a meteorologist … Continue reading

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Hurricane Isaias a Good Reminder

Hurricane Isaias is a good reminder that those of us who live on the coast have a responsibility to be ready for hurricanes. Over the last few years, a number of government and private organizations have published good tips for … Continue reading

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Town of Seabrook Island Hurricane Isaias Advisory

Hurricane Isaias Advisory #1 July 31, 2020 9:00 am According to the National Hurricane Center (NHC), Isaias was upgraded from a tropical storm to a Category 1 hurricane shortly before midnight on Thursday, July 30, 2020 with maximum sustained winds … Continue reading

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Seabrookers Are Cooking

Are you getting tired of your tried and true recipes? Are you looking for simple, quick options? We know Seabrookers are cooking! Here are the recipes sent recently to Tidelines: Southern Buttermilk Biscuits Southern Sawmill Gravy Simple Butterscotch Custards Summer … Continue reading

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Upcoming Lake House Fitness Class Cancelations

Lake House Fitness Class Information –  Class Cancelations RideSBI will be canceled on Saturday, August 1. Due to the Special Election on Tuesday, August 11, the following classes will be canceled: Flow Yoga at 8:00 am Cardio Interval at 9:00 … Continue reading

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SIPOA Special Board of Directors Meeting Cancelled – July 31

The SIPOA special board of directors meeting scheduled for July 31 has been cancelled. –Tidelines Editors  

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Wappoo Creek Bridge Openings

Wappoo Creek Bridge is on Folly Road and connects James Island to West Ashley. It is a double drawbridge which means that two spans will open simultaneously. It was built in 1956 and is part of the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway … Continue reading

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CJO: The Great Wide World of Quincy Jones July 30

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Charleston Jazz Orchestra (CJO) is releasing pre-recorded videos of Charleston Jazz Orchestra performances every week on their YouTube channel and Facebook page, free of charge, to provide comfort and connection during these uncertain times. Join them on July 30, 2020, … Continue reading

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August 2020 Issue of Currents

The August 2020 issue of Currents is now available.  Click here to read it or visit the SIPOA website and access it through the News dropdown menu. If you do not receive SIPOA’s weekly eblasts, the online newsletter, please click here to … Continue reading

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SIPOA Board of Directors Special Meeting July 31

The SIPOA Board Meeting will be held on Friday, July 31, 2020 at 11:00 am via teleconference.  Click here to view the agenda Property Owners are welcome to attend remotely: Via computer, click here. Meeting ID: 815 4077 6819 Password: 709624 … Continue reading

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How to Report Mosquito Problems on TOSI Website

The Town of Seabrook Island (TOSI) mosquito treatment request tool gives residents the ability to log requests electronically. To access the treatment request form, visit, click on the “Services” menu, and then click on “Mosquito Control” from the drop-down … Continue reading

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Turtle Patrol Report for the Week Ending July 26

Wednesday, July 22 Inventory Results Nest 4 was found by Brenda Zack on 5/16. It hatched in 57 days. Shells 70 Unhatched eggs 35 Dead hatchlings 0 Live hatchlings 3 Hatch % 58.8 Emergence % 56.3 Thursday, July 23 Allison … Continue reading

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