Archive: July 2018

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We have been experiencing a lot of rain over the past several weeks and heavy rain at that. These rains have encouraged growth of turf, plants, but also weeds in our landscape. Hand pulling weeds in the landscape beds is a tall order and could potentially spawn more weeds. It’s…  …Read More
If you have ever wanted to be heard, now is your chance. On Thursday, October 4th, 2018, On The Table comes to Daniel Island. Thousands of people will be sitting down to discuss the issues facing the Lowcountry on that day. From Edisto to Moncks Corner, Summerville to Awendaw, everyone has…  …Read More
The Daniel Island Property Owners’ Association office has been notified by the Berkeley County Recycling Coordinator, via a directive from the SCDOT (South Carolina Department of Transportation), that the Berkeley County cardboard recycling area previously located underneath the Wando Bridge and adjacent to the Volvo Car Stadium/Family Circle Tennis Center,…  …Read More
The S.C. legislature recently funded the S.C. Promise scholarship that will provide up to $2,000 for graduates of high schools in Berkeley County to attend an S.C. technical college in 2018-19. This scholarship is not income-based and can be used for tuition, fees, and books. To be eligible, applicants must…  …Read More
There has been an uptick in young residents jumping from the Captain’s Island bridge into the creek below. On Saturday, parents were even seen dropping kids off to let them jump off of the bridge. This may seem like a fun idea at the time, but it is an incredibly dangerous…  …Read More
Construction on the renovations for Guggenheim Park will begin August 1, 2018.   Silt fencing and tree protection is already in place. This renovation project will be focused on the Island Park Drive end of Guggenheim Park.  Part of the one-way street on the north side of Guggenheim Park (see…  …Read More
As the summer sun sets and the air gets a bit cooler, residents and guests are out and about in the community. We want to remind all residents that our street lights not only illuminate our beautiful island, but they also provide safety for all our residents, businesses and guests.…  …Read More
Take Steps to Stay Safe Around Water Swimming is the most popular summer activity. One of the best things you can do to help your family stay safe is to enroll in age-appropriate swim lessons. Designed for those ages six months to adult, swim lessons help set the stage for…  …Read More
Charleston summers are hot, and lately, we are experiencing more heat waves and the heat advisories associated with them. What is a heat wave? According to the American Red Cross, a heat wave is a prolonged period of excessive heat, generally 10 degrees or more above average, often combined with excessive humidity. You…  …Read More