Category: Seabrook Town Council

The unofficial minutes of Seabrook's monthly Town Council.

Dec 12 2013

Seabrook Welcomes New Mayor

Terrence J. Ahearn is sworn in as Mayor of Seabrook. The Worcester, Massachusetts native graduated from The Citadel in 1963 and has been involved in civic affairs on the island of Seabrook for over 10 years. He most recently served as Mayor Pro Tem and head of the Town’s Visibility Committee.

Nov 28 2013

Seabrook Town Council, November 19, 2013

By Kristin Hackler, The Island Connection Staff Writer The first meeting of the new Seabrook Island Council, including Mayor Terry Ahearn and Council members Ronald Ciancio, John Gregg, John Turner and Donald Romano began promptly at 2:30 p.m. at Seabrook Town Hall. Financials Mayor Ahearn read through a summary of the financials for the ten …

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Nov 15 2013

Seabrook Island Town Council – October 22, 2013

Unapproved minutes provided by the Town of Seabrook Island Each member of Council was given a copy of the Town’s third quarter online marketing review and Jenny Ferrara, from Obviouslee Marketing, gave a presentation of the results by speaker phone. A copy of the presentation is attached to the minutes After the pledge of allegiance, …

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Nov 14 2013

New Mayor, Council Sworn In On Seabrook

By Kristin Hackler for The Island Connection Terrance Ahearn, former Mayor Pro Tem, has been elected mayor of Seabrook, replacing outgoing mayor Bill Holtz. Ahearn was previously head of the Town’s Visibility Committee. An active member of the Seabrook community for more than 10 years, Ahearn brings with him a strong background in law and …

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Nov 06 2013

Seabrook Island Election Results

Results for the Town of Seabrook Municipal Elections: (winners are in BOLD) Mayor Terry Ahearn 488 John DuBois 125 Total Votes: 615   Town Council 4 seats Ronald J Ciancio 520 John Gregg 429 Glenda L Miller 112 Donald Romano 447 Kimber Smith 244 John Turner 357 Tota Votes: 2115

Oct 30 2013

Seabrook Island Candidates Q&A

The Island Connection Staff Report The Town of Seabrook municipal elections take place Tuesday, November 5. To help voters decide which mayor and councilmembers best fits with their vision of Island life, The Island Connection posed the following questions to the two mayoral candidates, Terrence James Ahearn (current council member) and John DuBois, and the …

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Oct 16 2013

Seabrook Town Council, September 24, 2013

By Kristin Hackler, Island Connection Staff Writer  Financials Mayor Holtz reported that revenue is slightly up from expected, with $106,000 more than budgeted coming in for the year-to-date. As an added plus, expenditures are down at approximately $39,000 less than budgeted for the year-to-date. In comparison to last year, the excess of revenues over expenditures are …

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Oct 14 2013

As Elections Loom Get To Know Your Candidates

Staff Report The Island Connection The two mayoral candidates and six city council candidates running in the Town of Seabrook Island election on Tuesday, Nov. 5 submitted the following biographies to The Island Connection. The candidates will also participate in a special debate between town council and mayoral candidates at the Lake House on Monday, …

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Sep 19 2013

Candidates Prep for Upcoming Election

It may only be September, but it’s election time on Seabrook Island. Candidates submitted petitions in on September 6, and the following residents are gearing up to run for Town office: Mayor: Terry Ahearn, John DuBois Town Council: Ron Ciancio, John Gregg, Glenda Miller, Donald Romano, Kimber Smith, John Turner Four Town Council seats are …

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Sep 09 2013

Seabrook Island Town Council – August 27, 2013

Mayor Holtz called the meeting to order and approved the minutes from July’s Council meeting. Financials Holtz reported that the Emergency Fund is around $1 million, which has increased from $250,000 in the last year. Year to date revenues over expenditures is $245,503.87. “We are comfortable,” Holtz said. “We are running equivalent to this time …

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