'Signal 30' Award
The City of Isle of Palms gives an award for special citizen service. This special award occurs on an extremely limited basis as a result of a recommendation. The decision to give a "Citizen Service" award is made by City Council and actual award is bestowed by the Mayor and City Council.
The award was developed in 2002. It is named the "Signal 30" award because "Signal 30" is an Isle of Palms Public Safety code for "citizen service." The "Signal 30" Award is presented by the Mayor at a meeting of City Council.
|Date Bestowed||Name of Recipient||Date of Action||Reason Bestowed|
|July 27, 2021||Howard Hogue||2018-2021||For Hogue’s efforts to keep the coast clean and draw attention to the litter crisis plaguing beaches, oceans and waterways. Read more here.|
|October 27, 2020||Terry McKenzie||2020||For putting out a fire in an occupied home, saving the life of the occupants.|
|July 28, 2015||Diane Oltorik||2011-2015||For creation of a medical loan closet to assist residents and visitors with special needs.|
|January 24, 2012||Bill Pennington||November 2, 2011||For performing CPR and saving the life of a person in cardiac arrest.|
|Jeremy Argabright||January 8, 2008||For preventing the spread of a house fire by alerting the residents and the Fire Department.|
February 26, 2008
|Dylan Campbell||January 8, 2008|
For preventing the spread of a house fire by alerting the residents and the Fire Department.
October 25, 2005
|Matthew Smith||September 17, 2006||For heroic action in pulling an Accident victim from a tractor trailer rig just before it burst into flames.|
|May 24, 2005||Jack Tracey||22+ years||For 22+ years volunteer coaching island youth sports: boys' basketball and baseball and girls' T-ball, softball and basketball teams.|
|June 25, 2002||Alex Mason||May 24, 2002||At age 13, he provided assistance to Emergency Responders in locating an injured 12-year-old boy at Hole 10 on the Golf Course.|