Andy Corriveau, chairman of the City of Port Royal  design and review board chats with councilman Joe Lee, right, and  Hilton Head Island town manager Steve Riley, back right, Wednesday  afternoon during Java with Joe at The Shed in Port Royal. The weekly  gathering organized by Lee allows for an informal way to discuss  community issues and events.
Andy Corriveau, chairman of the City of Port Royal design and review board chats with councilman Joe Lee, right, and Hilton Head Island town manager Steve Riley, back right, Wednesday afternoon during Java with Joe at The Shed in Port Royal. The weekly gathering organized by Lee allows for an informal way to discuss community issues and events. Sarah Welliver
Andy Corriveau, chairman of the City of Port Royal design and review board chats with councilman Joe Lee, right, and Hilton Head Island town manager Steve Riley, back right, Wednesday afternoon during Java with Joe at The Shed in Port Royal. The weekly gathering organized by Lee allows for an informal way to discuss community issues and events. Sarah Welliver

Community coffee sessions provide informal public forum in Port Royal

March 30, 2012 09:09 PM

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