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The James Island Neighborhood Council includes representatives of the neighborhoods of the Town. The Neighborhood Council provides an opportunity to share neighborhood concerns, provide input to the Mayor and Town Council, encourage the development of crime watch and emergency preparedness. The Chairman of the Public Safety Committee serves as Council Liaison to the James Island Neighborhood Council. For more information, please contact the Committee Chairperson, Zennie Quinn. Click here for agendas and minutes.

Does your neighborhood association have a representative? Contact the James Island Town Hall, (843) 795-4141.

Chairman, Zennie Quinn, representing Lynwood,

Council Liaison, Troy Mullinax,

Katherine Shapiro, representing Eastwood,

Robin Hardin, representing Fort Johnson,

Henrietta Martin, representing Honey Hill,

Alan Laughlin, representing Lawton Bluff,

Keith Mayfield, representing Harborwoods,

John Metcalf, representing Battery Point,

Amy Fabri, Stiles Point,

Meredith Poston, representing Bayfront,

Deborah O'Shea, representing Centerville,

Michael O'Neale, representing Dellwood,

Leigh Ohlandt, representing Oceanview,

Lyndy Palmer, representing Quail Run,

Barbara Evans, representing Clark's Point,

Sherman Evans, representing Queensborough,

Richard Schramm, representing

Alexandra Purro, representing McCall's Corner,

Kathryn Gould, representing Clearview,

Lebby Campbell, representing Stonepost,

Rich Tassin, representing Whitehouse Plantation,

Diana Belknap, representing Lighthouse Point,

Shawn James, Island Sheriff's Patrol,

Mark Johnson,  Director of Public Works,


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