Author Archives: Celie Dailey

No Carwash on our Creek, continued…

Stop the car wash from being built at the current site of Huff’s Seafood on Folly Road. It would be detrimental to Ellis Creek and it would put the livelihood of the giant live oak at risk. In order to stop the car wash, a minimum of 30 people must attend the BZA meeting on […]
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No Carwash on our Creek

A lot of folks do not want this on James Island Creek. Here are ways to act: Please the April 9 James Island Intergovernmental Council meeting at Town Hall, 1238B Camp Rd. This is a meeting where all the James Island government officials attend and discuss important matters (Town, City, County and JIPSD); Please attend […]
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King Tide photography initiative

Submit your photographs of King Tide events to be a part of DHEC’s South Carolina King Tide Initiative in 2018. New tide charts have just been released and available online and in print. DHEC’s MyCoast mobile app (iTunes, Google Play) also allows citizen scientists to document King Tide events. MyCoast links each personal qualitative experience […]
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