Updated March 27, 2015
Council Workshop (Agenda - TBA)
**(5:30PM) ** Monday, April 6, 2015
** Workshop will begin 30 minutes early to accommodate an executive session,
to be held at the beginning of the meeting (legal advice - litigation, Bluestein, et al v. Town of SI)
Regular Council Meeting (Agenda - TBA)
(6:00PM) Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Council Retreat (Agenda - TBA)
(9:00AM-12Noon) Saturday, May 16, 2015 at Town Hall
All meetings are held at Town Hall, 2050-B Middle Street unless otherwise noted
COUNCIL MEETING INFORMATION
Did you miss a Council meeting? All final Council meeting agendas and supporting documents are archived on this website. Please CLICK HERE to find the meeting packets. The Town has separated Regular/Special Council meeting packets and Workshops into separate tables/"boxes" for your convenience. You only need to click on the meeting date in each table to read or download a pdf. CLICK HERE for Committees of Council Minutes (approved).
Sullivan's Island Proclamations & Resolutions
(March 17, 2015 Council Meeting)
Community Causes - Share Your Support
(7:00-8:30PM) Thursday, April 2, 2015: March & Vigil, Charleston
(2:00-5:00PM) Sunday, April 26, 2015: Event at Marion Square, Charleston
(2:30PM) Sunday, April 19, 2015: Yom HaShoah Program: Marion Square, Charleston
Community News - Share Your Opinion
The federal government is considering off-shore exploration of petroleum resources along the Atlantic Coast. In an effort to protect the natural beauty of our coastal environment, Sullivan's Island Town Council passed a Resolution opposing this exploration.
Residents are encouraged to offer their comments on the activities proposed by the US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM). Deadline for online comments: Monday, March 30, 2015
(Comment deadline: March 30, 2015)
2015 RFP: Nature Trail Station 16 Street Beach Path Boardwalks & Decks
(3/13/15): Bid Opening Results (Click)
Bid Proposals were due by 12:00NOON on Friday, March 13, 2015
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Municipal election for the following offices:
Three (3) Council Seats - Four (4) Year Term
One (1) Council Seat - Two (2) Year Term (unexpired term)
Polling Date/Time: 7:00AM-7:00PM, Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Polling location at Sunrise Presbyterian Church, 3222 Middle Street
Update (3/11/15): The State Ethics Commission and Charleston County Board of Voter Registration and Election have certified the following candidates:
SLATE OF CANDIDATES ON BALLOT
Two-Year Term: One Seat
Paul Boehm, Sarah Church & David Spurgin
Four-Yeart Term: Three Seats
Jennifer Holland, Mark Howard, Jerry Kaynard, Rita Langley,
Bachman Smith IV and Mary Jane Watson
Voting, Registration and Election Information:
(843) 744-8683 (VOTE)
Take advantage of the Town's one-click portal for comprehensive Flood Plain Management
information and resources. Click below to access the Town's range of resources.
UPDATE: Congressional changes to federal Legislation has recently changed the impact of Biggert-Water Act on homeowners. Some homeowners may be eligible for refunds or grants to elevate homes. Click Here for more information
. Please explore the Town's one-click portal for additional Flood Plain Management Information
CO-EXISTING WITH COYOTES
The Town has tools and tips for resident and visitors for co-existing with coyote wildlife on the Island.
SC Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Furbearer Project (Handout-Click)
Please help the Town - Report all coyote sightings!
It is very important to report each and every coyote sighting using the following procedure:
Call Consolidated Dispatch: (843) 743-7200 (available 24/7)
Provide the following data:
1. Date of sighting
2. Time of sighting
3. Location of sighting
4. Quantity of Coyotes
5. Circumstances - Did you HEAR, SEE or INTERACT with the coyote(s)
Interact means having to actively scare away the coyote by activity such as staring it down, yelling/making noise, throwing something at the coyote, etc
The Town does not encourage you to physically engage a coyote.
If at any time you feel in danger, please call 9-1-1 for emergency assistance.
Reporting each and every sighting provides the Town necessary data to track coyote habitats and behavior patterns. This information is critical to the Town's regular review of its coyote management strategies. Thank you for your assistance.