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Category: Seabrook Town Council

The unofficial minutes of Seabrook's monthly Town Council.

May 18 2010

Seabrook Town Council meeting – April 27, 2010

PGA provides sneak preview of 2012 Brett Sterba, Championship Director for the 2012 PGA Championship, attended the Seabrook Town Council meeting to answer a few questions about the tournament and its logistics. The tournament will be held August 9 – 12, 2012, but Sterba has been on Kiawah since June of 2009 planning the event. …

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Apr 02 2010

Seabrook Town Council – March 23, 2010

Financials Mayor Holtz reported that, for the month and two months ending in February, revenues compared to the budget are in good shape, but the Town is down about $16,000 from last year. “It’s not as bad as January,” said Holtz, “so we seem to be catching up.” Expenses are in line, with the Town …

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Mar 05 2010

Seabrook Town Council – February 23, 2010

Town financials “Let me precede this by saying that the beginning of the year report is not a very good indication of the coming year,” said Mayor Bill Holtz, noting that budgets usually need about 2 to 3 months to adjust to the new year. For the month of January 2010, revenues for the Town …

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Feb 03 2010

Seabrook Town Council – January 26, 2010

Financials “This are unaudited, but I don’t think they’ll change a lot,” said Mayor Holtz as he read through the year end financials. Revenue for the year is $950,302.48, which is over the budgeted $860,400. The expenditures were dead on: $539,412.40 compared to a budget of $539,200. “McNulty [the former Mayor of Seabrook] should be …

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Jan 11 2010

Seabrook Town Council – December 15, 2009

Financials “It has been pointed out to me that we’re one of the few councils that report on our financials, but that’s a problem for other councils,” smiled Mayor Holtz as he opened the December Seabrook Island Council meeting. For the eleven months ending on November 30, 2009, the Town has exceeded the budget for …

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Dec 12 2009

Seabrook Town Council – November 24, 2009

A public hearing for Ordinances 2009-08 and 2009-09 was held at 2:25 before the Town Council meeting. As there were no comments, the public hearing was closed at 2:30pm. Financials For the ten months ending on October 31, 2009, Mayor Holtz reported that revenues are $732,302.69, which is $53,607.54 better than budgeted, but still $183,176.61 …

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Nov 30 2009

Seabrook Town Council – October 27, 2009

A public hearing was held for ordinance 2009-06: to adopt the 2010 budget for Seabrook Island, and ordinance 2009-07: emergency powers of the Mayor, at 2:25pm before the Town Council meeting. As there were no comments, the hearing was closed. Minutes of last meeting There was only one correction to last month’s meeting minutes, which …

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Oct 06 2009

Seabrook Town Council – September 22, 2009

A public hearing was held at 2:25pm on Ordinance 2009-05 for the rezoning of two parcels in Jenkins Point Plantation. As there were no comments, the public hearing was closed. Financials Mayor McNulty noted before reading the financials that neither the $400,000 plus loan to the Utility Commission, nor the rebate that will be sent …

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Sep 05 2009

Seabrook Town Council – August 25, 2009

Financials “There’s not an awful lot to talk about,” said Mayor McNulty as he read through this month’s financial report. Revenues for this year-to-date are $587,470.46, which is $118,892.97, or 17%, less than this same time last year. However, it’s better by $54,509.38 than budgeted. “Business licenses, local option and investments are all down,” said …

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Aug 07 2009

Seabrook Town Council

Seabrook Island Town Council – July 28, 2009 Council opened the public hearing for ordinance 2009-04: the approval of revisions to the Town of Seabrook Island’s Comprehensive Plan, at 2:25pm. As there was no one present to comment on the ordinance, the public hearing was closed. Sorting out the Utility situation Joe Hall of the …

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