Category Archives: In the News

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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Don’t Procrastinate – Get Your Real ID

REAL ID is the program through the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) designed to ensure the identities of anyone boarding a commercial flight or going into Federal government buildings and other secure Federal facilities such as military installations. Starting October … Continue reading

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Seabrooker Excels at Charleston Marathon

Kristin Orris finished 4th out of 320 runners in the Charleston Marathon on January 12, 2019, with an impressive time of 3:19: 33.  She was the first woman from South Carolina to cross the finish line. Congratulations Kristin, we’re proud … Continue reading

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2019 SIPOA Budget, Additional Information

Dear Members of the Seabrook Island Community: Recently, some members of our community have expressed their concern with the manner in which the 2019 SIPOA budget was presented. As we all know, numbers and percentages can be presented in various … Continue reading

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SIPOA and Club Sign Comprehensive Drainage Agreement

On December 12, 2018, after many years of discourse and intensive negotiations, the Presidents of SIPOA and the Seabrook Island Club (SIC) signed a comprehensive binding agreement to resolve long-standing issues related to the interdependent stormwater drainage systems on Seabrook … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from the Tidelines Team!

Best wishes for a New Year filled with health, happiness, wonder and gratitude. –Tidelines Editors (Image Credit:

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JI Farmers Market Closed Dec 29 – Begins 6th Year on Jan 5

–Tidelines Editors

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Opposing Off-Shore Oil and Gas Exploration

As reported in the Post and Courier, the Town of Seabrook Island has joined 15 other SC municipalities and nine environmental organizations to challenge the issuance of federal leases for offshore oil and gas exploration. In case you missed it, click … Continue reading

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Respite Care Charleston Receives Grant

The Roper Saint Francis Physicians Endowment has awarded a $25,000 grant to Respite Care Charleston (RCC) to support the non-profit organization’s non-medical services for those living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia (ADRD).  The grant will support with RCC’s day … Continue reading

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Book Launch at Charleston Library Society December 11

The Library Society and the SC Coastal Conservation League celebrate the release of A Wholly Admirable Thing: Defending Nature and Community on the South Carolina Coast by Virginia and Dana Beach. Tuesday, December 11, 2018 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm This event … Continue reading

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CLS Holiday Bazaar December 4

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Charleston Library Society’s first ever holiday bazaar will showcase Charleston-based vendors selling their wares to Library members and guests. Step into the Main Reading Room and be transported to a magical … Continue reading

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