Special Interest Items:|
April 10 Meeting LIBPA Meeting: Guest Speaker: TBA
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 15 March.
January Newsletter: This month’s newsletter lists some local businesses, Oyster roast photos, real estate update. Read here. LIBPA is a strong organization with proud roots and thanks to our founding members and continually growing members, we remain a strong organization. LIBPA has come a long way. Last year, we updated our communication abilities to be more efficient in getting news to our members. We updated our Facebook page and have seen a huge success in the number of views by members as well as Lady’s Island businesses and residents. The success of these new communications allows us to inform our members of news as it occurs. Going forward, we will be sending our newsletter quarterly rather than monthly via email. If you have been receiving the Newsletter in the mail please note that all future Newsletters will not be mailed. Just as LIBPA remains a strong organization, we want to ensure we keep strong, up-to-date communication with our members. If you are unsure of how to view our newsletter on the website please do not hesitate to ask, we will be glad to help you.
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 all of 2018 dues. For more details visit here.
Welcome New Members: Lawrence Haskell, Kelly Chelton with Lowcountry Spotlight
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