Category: Kiawah Town Council

The unofficial minutes of Kiawah's monthly Town Council.

Jun 27 2017

Boy Scouts Of America Coastal Carolina Council Raises $55,000

By Arielle Alpino for The Island Connection The Boy Scouts of America Coastal Carolina Council held its annual Select Heath of SC Tenderfoot Golf Tournament on May 15 at Kiawah Island Club’s River Course. The 37th annual tournament raised $55,000 Boy Scouts in nine coastal, Lowcountry counties. In total, the proceeds will support 6,500 scouts …

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Jun 22 2017

Town Of Kiawah Island Council Meeting Report, June 6

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Staff Writer Council for the Town of Kiawah Island was ready to meet on June 6. However, neither the town’s attorney, nor town administrator were. Both would miss the council meeting because each had a different meeting they had to attend. “I hope we don’t encounter any parliamentary conundrums …

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Mar 16 2017

Kiawah Island Town Council Determined To Fix Boardwalks

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Staff Reporter Last month’s town council meeting of the Town of Kiawah Island (TOKI) set a record for brevity, which faded into memory on March 7th as Mayor Craig Weaver cautioned. This month’s meeting headed in the other direction, though it didn’t quite match some of the most protracted …

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Feb 17 2017

World Affairs Council of Charleston Addresses Putin’s Russia

Staff Report for Island Connection The World Affairs Council of Charleston presents ‘Vladimir Putin’s Russia – big problems at home; aggressive posture and success abroad. What does Putin seek, and can we work with him?’ on Feb. 28 at 5:15 p.m. The talk, one of 6 in its annual series, will be given by Dr. Stephen …

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Jan 19 2017

Mayor Weaver Introduces New Council

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Staff Writer The January 10, 2017 meeting of Town of Kiawah Island (TOKI) was called to order a little early. Mayor Weaver broke with tradition by making his comments at the start of the meeting, in part to explain some tweaks to the agenda. He thanked everyone for “the …

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Dec 09 2016

Craig Weaver elected Mayor of Kiawah Island

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Staff Writer The Town of Kiawah Island held its mayoral and council election on Dec. 6, 2016. Only the mayor’s race was contested. Thirty percent of residents turned out to cast their votes (compared to fifty percent in November’s general election) with a total of 531 votes cast in …

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Nov 17 2016

Kiawah Town Council Report: November 2016

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Staff Writer The October meeting of the Town of Kiawah Island (TOKI) town council was cancelled four days prior to the arrival of hurricane Matthew. The two month break made for a busy, daunting look to November’s meeting agenda. All five members of town council confirmed their attendance by …

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Sep 21 2016

Kiawah Island Town Council Meeting: September 2016

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Staff Writer Roll call was taken, and all council members confirmed their attendance for September’s meeting of the Town of Kiawah Island. The meeting was preceded by a public hearing on controversial ordinance 2016- 04, a measure to re-zone town hall for residential development (R3). There had only been …

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Sep 13 2016

World Affairs Council Of Charleston To Examine Brexit

Staff Reports for The Island Connection Two foreign policy experts will discuss Great Britain’s vote to leave the European Union and its potential impact on the U.S. in Charleston on Oct. 3. The talk, to be held at the Citadel Alumni Center, kicks off the World Affairs Council of Charleston’s 2016-17 season. Samuel Wells, a …

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Aug 27 2016

Kiawah Island Town Council Narrowly Approves Controversial Rezoning

By Gregg Bragg, The Island Connection Staff Writer Kiawah Island boasted perfect weather conditions on Aug. 2. It was way too nice outside to be in, but inside is where the Town of Kiawah Island holds its meetings, and this one got off to an early start. Two related zoning ordinances had progressed to the …

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