Category Archives: In the News

Public Comments for Main Road Corridor Closes June 19

You may remember seeing our post about the Public Information Meeting regarding the US 17 and Main Road Intersection & Main Road Improvements. The public comment period closes tomorrow Wednesday, June 19th. Please use the link below to review the … Continue reading

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Online Meeting for Main Road Corridor

On Monday, May 20, Charleston County held a Public Information Meeting regarding Segment A: US 17 and Main Road Intersection & Main Road Improvements – Bees Ferry to River Road. During the meeting, preliminary design alternatives were presented for the … Continue reading

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Johns Island Farmers Market Closed June 1

The Johns Island Farmers Market will be closed on Saturday June 1 for the Charleston Collegiate School graduation. They will return to holding the weekly Saturday market on June 8. -Submitted by Blue Headrick, Market/Accounts Manager, Johns Island Farmers Market

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Berkeley Electric Building a New Johns Island Office

Have you noticed the clearing and early construction work at the corner of Main Road and Patton Avenue? Berkeley Electric Cooperative is building a new facility for our Johns Island district.  The district has grown dramatically in recent years—with over … Continue reading

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Women Build for Habitat for Humanity

Every year, Sea Island Habitat for Humanity hosts Women Build, a week long event which focuses on women building a safe, decent and affordable home for a family in need of a hand up, not a hand out. During the week … Continue reading

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BIFMC Expands Care to Serve Uninsured on Folly Beach

Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic is thrilled to announce that as of April 1st, 2019, the free clinic will be accepting low income, uninsured adults who live or work on Folly Beach in addition to Johns, James and Wadmalaw Island. … Continue reading

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Daylight Savings Time: Change Your Clocks

Daylight saving time 2019 will begin at 2:00 am on Sunday, March 10, 2019, so turn your clock AHEAD before you retire Saturday night. Remember, spring forward, fall back! This is also a good time to check the batteries in your … Continue reading

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Questions and Answers from the SIPOA Annual Meeting

Thanks to all of you who attended the 2019 Annual Meeting; it was great to see so many property owners who are interested in SIPOA’s work. Several questions were asked; here are the answers. Golf carts, NEV’s and bicycles: Private … Continue reading

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Community Meeting: The Maybank Hwy and Main Road Overlay Zoning Project – Feb 28

The Maybank Highway and Main Road Overlay Zoning Project The Charleston County and City of Charleston Planning Departments have begun a collaborative planning effort to create consistent land use, zoning, and development requirements for the Maybank Highway Corridor on James … Continue reading

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What Was That Sound??

On Monday afternoon many of us heard a big boom that shook our houses.  What was it?   an earthquake? an explosion? a sonic boom?  Well, it was a sonic boom.  Click on the link below to an article in … Continue reading

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SIPOA 2019 Annual Meeting and Election Results

At the 2019 SIPOA Annual Meeting, outgoing Board Chairman, Julie McCollough,  stated that Seabrook Island is financially strong, prudently managed and SIPOA’s work ensures the Island remains a place of beauty. Julie mentioned some of the many accomplishments during her … Continue reading

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Tax Time Again!

It’s tax time again and though we can’t predict if you’ll be happy or disappointed with the outcome, the one thing we can promise is that this year’s forms are going to look very different and the bottom line will … Continue reading

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