Archive: October 2018

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Local leaders in Charleston are right now considering a citywide ordinance that would curb plastic pollution, and they would like to hear from you. You can read through the draft ordinance, and complete their online survey HERE.  …Read More
As the temperature starts to get cooler, we may see a decrease in wildlife activity on the island. Please keep in mind that this does NOT mean wildlife is no longer present. All of the same safety tips and recommendations still apply in fall/winter as they do in spring/summer. If…  …Read More
The POA office is trying to go paperless. In an attempt to do so, a TEST Assessment email was accidentally sent out to all Daniel Island Community Association residents┬átoday, Tuesday October 16, 2018. If you did not receive this email, please contact Elizabeth Bolin (formerly Elizabeth Ferraro) in our office…  …Read More
The Daniel Island POA has set up an email account that solely addresses questions/concerns regarding POA maintained property (examples below). This email address can be used at any time to report issues you see on POA maintained property. If you are unsure if this is a City or POA maintained…  …Read More
Did you know that the City of Charleston has several easy ways to report non-emergency issues to them via the Citizens Service Desk. Click HERE to find out how to utilize this very efficient and effective tool for reporting problems to the City.  …Read More
As property owners begin to put up holiday decorations for the upcoming seasonal holidays, we’d like to remind everyone that it is a violation of the Daniel Island CC&R’s as well as City of Charleston ordinances, to place decorations in the right of way area (the area between the curb…  …Read More
The below are questions asked by Chris Hamil, DIPOA Field Operations Manager, and answered by Jay Butfiloski, SCDNR Furbearer & Alligator Program Coordinator, in an interview addressing management of the coyote population within the Daniel Island Community. Q: What can the DIPOA do to minimize coyote interactions with its 10,000…  …Read More
The groundbreaking for the new City of Charleston Recreation Center on September 27th was a milestone in the construction process. The project has been in design for some time now after soliciting public feedback. The commencement will begin once the land disturbance permits have been secured and the contractor is…  …Read More