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December LIBPA Meeting: THE LADY’S ISLAND BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION WISHES ALL OF OUR MEMBERS A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON
December is one of the more hectic times of the year for most of our members. In an effort to reduce the number of things on your “to do” list we at LIBPA will NOT have a meeting in December. We thank you for your support through-out the year; look forward to working with you next year and hope that our small contribution has helped slow the pace of your holiday season, just a little bit.
LIBPA NOW HAS ITS OWN FACEBOOK PAGE!: Please consider checking it out (here) and sharing your thoughts on this latest effort to promote our community along with any feedback on the listed articles.
Local Real Estate Market Trends: To get at a glance how this year's local residential real estate market is faring in comparison to the past two years (visit here). Updated 23 November.
December Newsletter: This month’s newsletter, among other things, looks at the impact of Hurricane Matthew on some of Lady’s Island communities, provides a guide for use of county tree regulations, Realtor Everett Ballenger reviews new home sales, discusses how many convenience stores and gas stations Lady’s Island needs and checks on the status of new construction in the Village Center. Read here.
Membership: If you live on Lady’s Island, work on Lady’s Island or have an interest in the future of Lady’s Island, please consider becoming a member of LIBPA. Your new members fee ($45) covers your dues for the remainder of 2016 and all of 2017. For more details visit here.
New 2016 Members: Eric & Robin Staton with Beaufort Bread Company, Michael Osteen with Port Wren Capital, LLC, Richard and Amy Pollitzer with Tallboy Fishing Charter, Gregory R. Campbell, DMD, Jason Hincher with Mitchell Brothers Inc., Beaufort County Open Land Trust Attn: Cindy Baysden, Sandy & Ed Stephan, residents, Mark and Pamela Flasch, David Striebinger, District 2 School Board Representative,
Crystal Lake: View the latest status of the Crystal Lake Park Project. The South Carolina Forestry Commission, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Beaufort County have developed a Community Forestry Management Plan as part of the long range development of Crystal Lake as a passive park. The draft of this plan is available for review. here