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IOP Council Agenda for Oct 28, 2014

October 27, 2014

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Charleston Still Top for Tourist Across America!

October 22, 2014

For the fourth straight year running, Conde’ Nast, a high end travel magazine has chosen Charleston as America’s top city destination. Charleston offers something for everyone, singles, couples, and families. From history, beautiful buildings and waterfront sites, lots of fun attractions and of course, the easy to reach beaches less than 30 minutes away. On top of that, Charleston is booming with industry moving in, such as world aircraft heavy weight, Boeing. One only needs to drive across Charleston to see all the construction cranes building everything from hotels, offices, housing and more. Plus, not only are we Conde’ Nast #1 American destination, but we are the #2 world city destination being beat out by a fraction of a point by Florence, Italy. Charleston is a great place to visit, but more importantly to those of us who live here, it is a great place to live, raise families, and do business.

IOP Ways and Means Agenda for Tuesday, Oct 21, 2014

October 21, 2014

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IOP Council Agenda for Sept 30, 6PM

September 29, 2014

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IOP Public Hearing on Parking Permit Allocation Plan, October 2, 6 PM

September 6, 2014

Everyone interested in the Isle of Palms day visitor parking permit allocation plan needs to attend the public hearing being held on October 2, 2014 at the IOP Recreation Center on 28th Ave starting at 6 PM. The residents of the Isle of Palms have demanded that the city do something about the ever increasing pressures put on the island from those who visit the beach on a daily basis. There are a lot of questions to be answered between now and it’s implementation, but it is a starting point. Will this solve the problem right off, probably not, but it is a start. Charleston and it’s two adjoining Counties need to think of ways to bring people to the beach without all the traffic because the islands cannot hold any more cars. To learn more about this, go back and review earlier articles in or in under the residents section and then clicking on parking improvements. Go to the reverse chronology and click on Stantec’s presentation. Let’s not repeat what happened in Mt. Pleasant by saying we were not told. Get involved, attend, speak up and give us your opinions. Thank you for letting me serve you.

Isle of Palms Moves Forward with Parking Permit Allocation Plan

August 27, 2014

At tonights city council meeting, Isle of Palms City Council unanimously voted in favor of moving forward with a permit allocation plan. Many details still have to be worked out, but steps needed to be taken in order to be ready for the summer of 2015. There will be a public education hearing to better inform the residents about the plan. The actual number of permits is yet to be determined but the residents of the island have demanded their elected officials do something. Hopefully, in the future, the surrounding communities and or private venders will start working on better ways to bring day visitors to enjoy the beach. This represents taking baby steps towards some sort of solution. This plan will be massaged over time and I would not be surprised if Sullivan’s Island does not also seek a solution of their own.

IOP Council Agenda for August 26, 2014

August 26, 2014

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