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Category: Seabrook Town Council

The unofficial minutes of Seabrook's monthly Town Council.

Apr 09 2012

Seabrook Town Council – March 27, 2012

Before the Council meeting, the Seabrook Town Council took a few minutes to practice using the Town Hall defibrillator so that they could be familiar with the device in case of an emergency. Defibrillators are located in facilities throughout the island, as well as with the island beach patrol. Councilmember Jerry Cummin was not present …

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Mar 16 2012

Seabrook-Kiawah continue netting greenway support amid unwavering opposition

By Jacob Flannick Disputes over how to resolve Johns Island’s long-standing roadway issues persist as the Towns of Seabrook and Kiawah continue pushing for the hotly contested cross-island parkway known as the Sea Islands Greenway. The Town of Seabrook late last month unanimously voted to dole out $5,000 over the next five months to the …

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Mar 15 2012

Notes From Seabrook Town Council – February 28, 2012

Provided Before moving into the full meeting, Mayor Bill Holtz took a moment to honor a very special guest to the council meeting: Mrs. Angela Leccese, known on the island as Miss Lil, celebrated her 103rd birthday this past February 19, and the Council voted unanimously to declare Tuesday, February 28, as “Miss Lil” Day …

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Mar 08 2012

New Business and Career Center Offices Serve St. Paul’s Parish and Sea Islands

Provided Charleston County Government reminds citizens in St. Paul’s Parish and the Sea Islands about new services available at the George W. Tumbleston, Jr. Ravenel Service Center. The center opened its doors on Friday, Jan. 20, as the new satellite office for the Charleston Area USC Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and SC Works Trident. …

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Feb 02 2012

Notes From Seabrook Town Council: January 24, 2012

By Kevin O’Haire Seabrook Town Council Agrees to Hold 25th Anniversary Celebration At its regular meeting conducted this past Tuesday, the Town Council voted unanimously to move forward with the planning of an anniversary celebration marking 25 years since the town was officially incorporated in 1987. An ad hoc committee of a half dozen Seabrook …

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Jan 25 2012

Notes From Seabrook Town Council: January 24, 2012

By Kevin O’Haire Seabrook Town Council Agrees to Hold 25th Anniversary Celebration At its regular meeting conducted this past Tuesday, the Town Council voted unanimously to move forward with the planning of an anniversary celebration marking 25 years since the town was officially incorporated in 1987. An ad hoc committee of a half dozen Seabrook …

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Nov 25 2011

Seabrook’s Town Council: Discussing a Road plan, Island publicity

By Jacob Flannick The Town of Seabrook’s recently-elected officials are suiting up after the Nov. 8 poll results for a two-year stint focused on sound infrastructure and economic vitality. A consensus is held among Town officials toward developing a safe, viable roadway stretching across Johns Island — a long-disputed plan among Sea Island residents that …

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May 13 2011

Seabrook Town Council – April 26, 2011

Financials Revenues for the month stand at $74,628.80 against a budget of $62,876, and expenditures are $3,737.42 below budget, coming in at $60,660.92. Compared to last year-to-date, the town is $3,403.15 ahead of last year, and above budget by $24,924.57,  “Which pleases me,” said Mayor Bill Holtz. “Hopefully we’ll have some funds left over at …

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Apr 01 2011

Seabrook Town Council – March 22, 2011

Financials Mayor Bill Holtz made it a point to note that this might be the last month that revenues exceed expenditures for a bit, as the Town will be spending some Accomodations Tax (ATAX) money and some reserves on upcoming events and increasing the visibility of the town. Total revenues for the two months ending …

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Mar 04 2011

Seabrook Town Council – February 22, 2011

A public hearing on ordinance 2011-01, an ordinance to adopt the re-codified Town Code for the Town of Seabrook, and on ordinance 2011-02, an ordinance to adopt the re-codified Development Standards for the Town of Seabrook, was held just before the formal meeting of Council. As no one arrived to speak, the hearing was closed. …

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