Meetings for Feb. 25-26

info@islandpacket.comFebruary 23, 2013 

MONDAY

City of Beaufort

Zoning Board of Appeals: 5:30 p.m., council chambers, City Hall, 1911 Boundary St.

Agenda: Review of projects at 1411 Duke St.; appeal by Sea Island Carriages of a decision to prohibit unscreened storage of carriages; 1499 Salem Road, appeal of decision to prohibit outdoor display of merchandise; 1219 Rodgers St. and 907 Charlesfort St., requests for short-term rental special exemptions

On the Web: www.cityofbeaufort.org

Jasper County School District

Board of Trustees: 6:30 p.m., Jasper County Council Chambers, county government building, 358 Third Ave., Ridgeland

Agenda: Early childhood and 21st century presentation; finance presentation; hearing on 2013-14 draft school calendar; discussion of local legislation regarding a tax levy; discussion of employment of armed security officers; policy revisions to charter schools, student activities, and participation by charter and home-school students in extracurricular activities

On the Web: www.jcsd.net

Town of Hilton Head Island

Pre-Application: 10:30 a.m., conference room 3, Town Hall, 1 Town Center Court

Agenda: Application to replace the Sea Pines Beach Club with a new facility and beach access

On the Web: www.hiltonheadislandsc.gov

TUESDAY

Town of Hilton Head Island

Design Review Board: 1:15 p.m., council chambers, Town Hall, 1 Town Center Court

Agenda: Review proposal for Hilton Head Island Rowing and Sailing Center and outdoor space for the Frosty Frog

On the Web: www.hiltonheadislandsc.gov

Town of Bluffton

Development Review Committee: 1 p.m., Town Hall, 20 Bridge St.

Agenda: Review changing master plan for Buckwalter Place to prepare for future development at the northwest corner of Buckwalter Parkway and Bluffton Parkway

On the Web: www.townofbluffton.sc.gov

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