Council Highlights

Standing Committees City Council approved the purchase of a new Records Management System, and a new four wheel drive pickup truck for the Police Department. City Council also approved the award of a contract in the amount of $4,304,008 to Salmon's Dredging for the marina dock rehabilitation...Read more
Standing Committees Council approved a proposal from Thomas & Hutton for a conceptual study of the Waterway Boulevard path to evaluate the feasibility of elevating the path. City Council approved a sponsorship request from the South Carolina Aquarium for the Turtle Trek 5k in the amount of $7,...Read more
May 26, 2020 Standing Committees Council approved a proposal from The College of Charleston's Riley Center for Livable Communities in the amount of $15,000 to assist the City in developing a Strategic Plan. This is the first time Strategic Plan for the City and will be a working document that will...Read more
Standing Committees Council awarded a contract in the amount of $25,000 for the July 4th fireworks show. The City hired the same vendor from the last 4 years. Council approved a five (5) year extension to the JLG Enterprise contract for beach garbage and recycling collection services. This vendor...Read more
Standing Committees The Council meeting began with the nominations for, and election of, the Mayor Pro Tem by the members of Council. Jimmy Ward was elected. Council heard a presentation of the FY19 audited statements by Chris Kerr of McKay Kiddy, through the process of the audit the FY19 financial...Read more
City Council approved a recommendation from the Accomodations Tax committee to award a sponsorship in the amount of $6,000.00 for the IOP Turtle Hatchling Scavenger Hunt. This is part of a partnership between the City, the Exchange Club, and the Turtle Team to educate the public about the role sea...Read more
Mayor Carroll administered the oath to Ronald E. Hanna, the new Assistant City Administrator. Ronald is a Charleston native and graduated from the College of Charleston with a Bachelors in Political Science and a Master's Degree in Public Administration. He joins the City family after a career in...Read more
City Council approved an expenditure of $600,000 for the refurbishment of the 95' ladder truck for the Fire Department. The truck was originally purchased in 2003 and the refurbishment is expected to add up to 15 years to its useful life. City Council approved replacing 4 patrol vehicles with F-150...Read more
City Council approved the "Leola Hanbury Employee of the Year Recognition Award." The $500 award may be given annually to one employee displaying exemplary service, going above and beyond normal job requirements and expectations, demonstrated integrity and a strong commitment to the City of Isle of...Read more