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Early Summer Hurricane Preparedness Checklist 2020

As you know, our island has the potential to be hit with many weather related emergencies – hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, earthquakes, and even the occasional ice storm. Hurricane season runs from June through November. Before we even receive warnings that … Continue reading

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Hurricane Preparedness Checklist for When a Storm is Approaching 2020

Now that a storm is approaching, it is time to take action! Review Early Summer Hurricane Preparedness and the Midsummer Hurricane Preparedness checklist for any issues that still need attention. In the week before a possible hurricane event, take the actions … Continue reading

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Midsummer Hurricane Preparedness Checklist 2020

Early September is peak hurricane season, so now is the time to complete any unfinished projects from the Early Summer Hurricane Preparedness Checklist and to move on to these important actions. Prepare for any medical needs: Click here for suggestions about … Continue reading

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Hurricane Season Begins

The Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1 and runs until November 31. In fact, two weeks before the official start of the Atlantic Hurricane season, tropical storm Arthur became the first named storm of the year and then last … Continue reading

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Tidelines’ 5th Anniversary!

The 2019 annual meeting marks the 5th anniversary of Tidelines. The idea for a community blog grew out of the Sense of Place initiative back in 2012 and evolved into Tidelines, which was the brainchild of Warren Kimball and Dennis … Continue reading

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Should I Stay or Should I Go? Letter from SIPOA President, Ed Houff

As the summer winds down and we head into the most active part of Hurricane Season, I suspect that many of us may have become either numbed or overwhelmed by the constant and insistent drumbeat of hurricane prep. It is … Continue reading

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Highlights from the SIPOA Board Meeting on May 15

Highlights from the SIPOA Board of Directors Meeting on May 15, 2017 (Note:  Official minutes of the meeting will be published on the SIPOA website following their approval at the June Board meeting.) Vice President Julie McCulloch opened the meeting … Continue reading

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Gardening with Native Plants – Fall Color

FALL COLOR Upon moving to the Lowcountry, many of us miss the brilliant fall colors of the trees in our former location. We have some Sweetgums, Hickories, the occasional Dogwood and a few other trees with fall displays, but we … Continue reading

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