Town of Bluffton Begins Bulkhead Construction at Wright Family Park The first phase of the multi-year, multi-faceted construction of the Wright Family Park began this week as contractors stage equipment and install fencing in preparation for the bulkhead construction. The park is located at 111 Calhoun Street across from the Church of the Cross. The 223-feet timber bulkhead is a retaining wall between the park and the May River shoreline. The bulkhead will prevent further erosion along the shoreline and
Applicants Sought for Bluffton Town Council Appointed Committees Bluffton Town Council is seeking qualified applicants for appointment to its boards, commissions and committees. The most immediate need for new appointees exists on the Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee, Historic Preservation Commission and the Construction Board of Adjustments and Appeals. The Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee has one vacancy for a representative of the lodging industry, the Historic Preservation Commission has
It’s summer. Children are out of school, teachers are enjoying some down time, and more people are on the road for vacation. That means there are more people who could be driving distracted. A few months ago, I told you about a partnership the Town of Bluffton and Bluffton Police made with the Lutzie 43 Foundation to help combat the problem of Distracted Driving. Today, I’m asking other local Bluffton businesses if they would also like to become a partner in this serious fight to keep our roads safe. So
BEAUFORT – The Beaufort County Board of Education voted Tuesday night to hold a county-wide bond referendum in November aimed at improving school safety, renovating inadequate facilities and adding classroom space to address enrollment growth. The Nov. 5 referendum will ask county residents to vote on two separate questions: The first question will seek voter approval for $290 million in safety and security upgrades at all district schools; technology infrastructure upgrades at schools district-wide;
BEAUFORT – A trio of education veterans has been selected to lead a district elementary school and two district-wide programs. All three selections were approved tonight by the Beaufort County Board of Education. Melissa Pender, an assistant principal at Coosa Elementary, was approved by the Board of Education tonight to become the school’s next principal. Pender will replace Charles Delforge, who retired. Juliet White, currently the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction for the
June 13, 2019 For More Information: Debbie Szpanka Public Information Officer Town of Bluffton 20 Bridge Street Bluffton, South Carolina 29910 (Office): 843.706.4534 (Cell): 843.540.2274 (Email): email@example.com (Website): http://www.townofbluffton.sc.gov (Facebook): Town of Bluffton Government The Town of Bluffton’s Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee (ATAC) will be accepting applications for this quarter’s accommodation tax grant awards through Monday, July 1, 2019 at noon.
May 29, 2019 For More Information:Debbie SzpankaPublic Information OfficerTown of Bluffton20 Bridge StreetBluffton, South Carolina 29910(Office): 843.706.4534(Cell): 843.540.2274(Email): firstname.lastname@example.org Town of Bluffton Celebrates Town Hall RenovationsRibbon-Cutting and Open House, Wednesday, May 29 Bluffton Town Council, Town Manager and town staff welcome the public for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house Wednesday, May 29 at 4:30 p.m. to celebrate the renovated Theodore