Archive:April 2019

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Get outside and get playing! The Daniel Island POA has recently re-sodded and spruced up the Pierce Park Lawn (the green space next to the Pierce Park Pool) for bocce play! We have sun sails for shade, benches to rest on and also have added a NEW bocce set for…  …Read More
DANIEL ISLAND- (Wednesday, April 17, 2019) Berkeley County will begin construction on the Daniel Island roundabout on Monday, April 22. The project consists of constructing a single-lane roundabout at the intersection of Daniel Island Drive and Seven Farms Drive. It is expected to take 90 days to complete, weather permitting. The initial work will…  …Read More
We are very excited to bring our 2019 Daniel Island Farmers Market to the community on Thursday’s at 2 different times (morning and afternoon). The morning market will be in our neighborhood parks (see map for park locations & schedule below) and the afternoon market will be at the newly renovated…  …Read More
As the temperature starts to get warmer, we will see an increase in wildlife activity on the island. We have outlined below some important safety tips and recommendations for residents. If you have any questions or would like to report a nuisance alligator or coyote, please contact the POA office…  …Read More
Anticipates Major Production this month MONCKS CORNER, S.C.- (Friday, April 5, 2019) A new recycling facility in Berkeley County, RePower South (RPS), is gearing up for operation. RPS representatives have informed county officials that major production is scheduled to begin this month. County residents do not need to do anything…  …Read More
Their students will graduate from Philip Simmons High School with the capacity to understand core academic content, think critically, solve real-world problems, cultivate creativity, communicate effectively, work collaboratively, and be innovative life-long thinkers and learners. The vision of Philip Simmons High School is to continually grow as a world-class learning…  …Read More
Berkeley County residents will soon have a new, “free” recycling option thanks to the county’s partnership with RePower South. The newly constructed RePower South facility, located at the Berkeley County landfill, will take 100 percent of the residential and commercial waste delivered to the site and process it into recycled…  …Read More