October 23, Question for the JIPSD Candidate's Forum
October 22, JIPSD Candidate Forum Wed. Oct. 29
The James Island Messenger is asking James Islanders to email in questions that they want to ask the JIPSD candidates at the "Meet The Candidates Night" next Wednesday, October 29th at 7:00 PM at James Island Charter High School. Please submit questions to:
The JIPSD Candidate Forum will be held at James Island Charter HIgh School on Wednesday October 29 at 7:00. There are eleven candidates competing for 4 seats.
October 20, Island Sheriff's Patrol Officer of the Quarter
Pictured left to right: Mayor Woolsey, Master Deputy Dennis Carter, Sergeant Shawn James
Master Deputy Carter was named ISP's (Island Sheriff's Patrol) Officer of the Third Quarter (July-September). Congratulations to Master Deputy Carter for over 20 years of service with the Charleston County Sheriff's Office and for the outstanding law enforcement work he does for the Island Sheriff's Patrol in the Town of James Island!
This week's meetings include Board of Zoning Appeals on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 7:00pm.
Click here for agenda:http://cms2.revize.com/revize/jamesisland/Agenda.pdf
Neighborhood Council will be on Thursday, October 23, 2014 at 7:00pm. Click here for agenda: http://www.jamesislandsc.us/James_Island_Neighborhood_Council_Agenda_102314.pdf
October 19, JIPSD Election November 4th
The election for the James Island Public Service District Commission is on Tuesday, November 4.
Four of the seven seats are up for election, so each voter can choose up to four candidates.
The JIPSD collects nearly half of the typical home owner's property tax. They are responsible for providing fire protection and solid waste collection in the Town. The JIPSD also provides sewer services and sets sewer fees in the Town.
Town Council has no control over these taxes, fees or services. The JIPSD Commissioners make these decisions.
It is very important for all Town voters to make a wise selection on the JIPSD portion of the ballot.
Several candidates have withdrawn. Here are the eleven candidates now running who will be on the ballot:
1.Inez Brown Crouch
2. Hal Hanvey
4. Mary Beth Berry
5. Marilyn Clifford
6 .Bill "Cubby" Wilder
7. Ernie Duncan
8. Robert Schurmeier
9. Donald Hollingsworth
10. Sandi Engelman
11. Kay Kernodle.
There will be a candidates' forum at James Island Charter High School on Wednesday, October 29th at 7:00 PM. Please come. For more information call 795-4141.
James Island Town Hall
1238-B Camp Road
P.O. Box 12240
James Island, SC 29412
Office: (843) 795-4141
Fax: (843) 795-4878
Webmaster: Bill Woolsey