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Meeting Notes - September 30, 2021
These are the issues coming before various City of Charleston boards and committees and the review results specific to Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area. All meetings are open for public comment except the Technical Review Committee (TRC) meetings. Learn more online at charleston-sc.gov/AgendaCenter/.Date: Sept. 30A site plan for Project Throughput at Point Hope in Cainhoy (third review). A 162-acre site plan that calls for early site work that includes clearing of vegetation and rough grading. The owner is South Carolina Port...
These are the issues coming before various City of Charleston boards and committees and the review results specific to Daniel Island and the Cainhoy area. All meetings are open for public comment except the Technical Review Committee (TRC) meetings. Learn more online at charleston-sc.gov/AgendaCenter/.
Date: Sept. 30
A site plan for Project Throughput at Point Hope in Cainhoy (third review). A 162-acre site plan that calls for early site work that includes clearing of vegetation and rough grading. The owner is South Carolina Ports Authority. The applicant is Thomas & Hutton. Contact: Scott Greene, email@example.com.
Date: Sept. 30
A site plan for Woodfield II at Charleston Regional Parkway in Cainhoy (second review). A 10-acre site plan for a mixed-use project on Point Hope Parkway, Foundation Street and Hopewell Drive for multi-family units (223) and retail that includes seven buildings, parking and associated site improvements. The owner is Woodfield Investments, LLC. The applicant is Thomas & Hutton. Contact: Brian Riley, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Oct. 7
A site plan for Point Hope Retail at Renaissance Lane in Cainhoy (first review). A .5-acre site plan for a 5,000 square foot retail building. The owner is Joseph Lasardi. The applicant is Earthsource Engineering. Contact: Vince Sottile, email@example.com.
Date: Sept. 23
A site plan for Phase 2 of The Waterfront at Longshore Street on Daniel Island (first review). A 3-acre site slated for the construction of three multi-family buildings. The owner is Parcel R Phase 2 Development Company, LLC. The applicant is Thomas & Hutton. Contact: Bryce Lemon, firstname.lastname@example.org. Results: Revise and resubmit to TRC.
Date: Sept. 23
A preliminary subdivision plat for the Marshes at Daniel Island Phases 1A & 1B at 144 Fairbanks Drive (sixth review). A 16-acre plat for a 56-lot subdivision. The owner is SM Charleston, LLC. The applicant is Seamonwhiteside. Contact: Patterson Farmer, email@example.com. Results: Pending final documentation. Once resolved, submit to Planning for stamping.
Date: Sept. 23
A road construction plan for the Marshes at Daniel Island Phases 1A & 1B at 144 Fairbanks Drive (sixth review). A road construction plan a 56-lot subdivision. The owner is SM Charleston, LLC. The applicant is Seamonwhiteside. Contact: Patterson Farmer, firstname.lastname@example.org. Results: Revise and resubmit to TRC.
• Berkeley County Council conducts its regularly scheduled meetings on the fourth Monday of each month at 6 p.m. at the Berkeley County Administration Building, 1003 Highway 52, Moncks Corner.
• Berkeley County Board of Education meetings are held twice each month. The second meeting of each month includes special recognitions of students, employees and community members. Executive Committee meets at 5:30 p.m.; meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.
• Charleston City Council conducts its meetings on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 5 p.m.
Sherri Ginger reaches sky-high goals
If you’ve flown on a Delta Air Lines flight, Daniel Island resident Sherri Ginger may have been piloting your aircraft. Or perhaps you saw her on an episode of HGTV’s “House Hunters” featuring her second real estate purchase on Daniel Island.The Air Force veteran’s many accomplishments make her a standout in the community.Ginger was inspired to become a pilot at age 11 after sitting in the cockpit of her father’s HH-60 Black Hawk during a “Bring Your Daughter To Work Day.” At the ...
If you’ve flown on a Delta Air Lines flight, Daniel Island resident Sherri Ginger may have been piloting your aircraft. Or perhaps you saw her on an episode of HGTV’s “House Hunters” featuring her second real estate purchase on Daniel Island.
The Air Force veteran’s many accomplishments make her a standout in the community.
Ginger was inspired to become a pilot at age 11 after sitting in the cockpit of her father’s HH-60 Black Hawk during a “Bring Your Daughter To Work Day.” At the age of 17, Ginger joined the military and while serving she was awarded a full scholarship to her dream school, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. After graduating with a bachelor of science in aeronautical science she earned a position as a pilot in the United States Air Force (USAF).
“I spent nine years serving my country, piloting the C-17A Globemaster here in Charleston, as well as the T-1A Jayhawk and the E-11A BACN Aircraft. Most of my military career was spent overseas, deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom. I then transitioned into the corporate aviation industry as a BBD-700 Global Express/Global Vision Captain at the age of 30, where I performed VIP passenger operations for celebrities, athletes and politicians worldwide as Pilot In Command. Wanting to pursue a more balanced life, I found a career in the airline industry.”
The 36-year-old is currently employed as a B737 instructor pilot, check pilot, and first officer at Delta Air Lines. She trains both new and seasoned pilots and flies jets and works as a pilot about three months a year.
Even with her busy schedule, Ginger still finds time to help others. She volunteers as a propel mentor at her work for three college graduates with dreams of becoming Delta Air Lines pilots.
Ginger works with her good friend and fellow veteran Brooke Kahn, locally promoting her nonprofit organization, “She’s the Veteran.” The organization’s goals are to educate, advocate, and correct the misperception of the female veteran. Ginger is also an active member of local VFW Post 3137 and the Junior League of Charleston.
“I’m still not done,” Ginger continued. “I’m always looking for the next step. Just this year I was accepted into the Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Charleston 2022 class and have started my own consulting company.”
Ginger has received many awards and accolades. At the age of 24, Ginger finished the USAF Joint Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training as a distinguished graduate and received the AETC Commander’s Flying Training Award.
Recently, Ginger was named among the 40 Under 40 by the Charleston Regional Business Journal. She was thrilled to be included, “I feel humbled and honored to be named among the top 40 under 40 of Charleston.”
Parents Charlotte and Richard Surmanek have always been proud of their daughter. “She’s always had that special twinkle in her eyes and Sherri continues to amaze us,” said her mother, Charlotte. “We are so very proud of her accomplishments and are blessed to have her as our daughter and as a great role-model for others to follow.”
For those who’d like to follow in her footsteps, Ginger has some advice. “Show some grace. Grace on yourself. Grace on others. The road ahead is not easy. If it was easy it wouldn’t be worth it. Remember failure and mistakes are just part of the process of success. And most importantly, remember everything you want is on the other side of fear.”
Credit One Charleston Open, formerly Volvo Car Open, to Celebrate 50 Years in 2022
The Credit One Charleston Open, the largest women’s-only tennis tournament in North America, will celebrate its 50th year April 2 - 10, 2022 on Daniel Island. The tournament will feature more than 100 of the top tennis players in the world and welcome back fans for the first time since 2019. The newly renovated Credit One Stadium will also be unveiled during the upc...
The Credit One Charleston Open, the largest women’s-only tennis tournament in North America, will celebrate its 50th year April 2 - 10, 2022 on Daniel Island. The tournament will feature more than 100 of the top tennis players in the world and welcome back fans for the first time since 2019. The newly renovated Credit One Stadium will also be unveiled during the upcoming event, offering upgraded seating options and elevated hospitality experiences for patrons on-site. Ticket packages and single session tickets will go on sale to the general public on Monday, October 18.
Charleston Tennis, LLC, which manages Credit One Stadium under a lease from the City of Charleston, is currently renovating and modernizing the 20-year-old facility. The city-owned venue is undergoing upgrades to enhance the stadium experience for patrons, performers, tennis players and event management, allowing the venue to attract world-class athletes and talent to Daniel Island.
Credit One Stadium will expand from 7,500 seats to 11,000 seats and feature 16 fully conditioned permanent suites, all-new concessions, more bathrooms and a 75,000-square-foot Stage House with a partial roof. The Stage House will transform the stadium experience for tennis players, entertainers, media and special guests, offering locker rooms, a gym, training facilities, production and media space, catering amenities and a VIP rooftop restaurant and outdoor bar. The roof of the Stage House will also provide partial shade for attendees at the tennis tournament and act as a support structure for concerts and special events.
“These past two years have afforded us time to embrace change and welcome new opportunities. We are excited to be back together in 2022 to open a newly renovated stadium; welcome a new title sponsor and most importantly celebrate our 50th year of professional women’s tennis with our loyal fans in person,” said Bob Moran, Credit One Charleston Open Tournament Director. “It will truly be one of the best tennis and entertainment venues in the world and we can’t wait to show it off to our players, partners, volunteers and fans. All of the challenges we faced when the pandemic started made us stronger and more appreciative of the sport we love, and we’re very excited about the future of tennis and entertainment here in Charleston.”
“Credit One Bank is proud to be a part of the history and future of women’s tennis in Charleston. We’re also grateful for the opportunity to sponsor the most preeminent entertainment venue in the world,” said John Coombe, senior vice president of marketing at Credit One.
When purchasing tickets for the 2022 Credit One Charleston Open, patrons have the option to choose from single session tickets ($25+) and a range of upgraded ticket packages and seat offerings, including the Intro Package ($280), Finale Package ($360), Champions Package ($275) and Tournament Long Package ($600+). Packages provide exclusive and premier views of the court from 100 and 200 level stadium seating, as well as the best value on tickets. In addition, select packages will also offer tennis patrons shaded seating, a new feature this year as part of the renovated stadium’s stage house.
Special discounts are available for juniors, seniors and military members. Juniors, 16 and under, will continue to be granted complimentary general admission seating with the purchase of an adult ticket.
The nine-day tennis tournament showcases a singles draw of 56 players, a qualifying draw of 32 players and a doubles draw of 16 players. The event traditionally hosts more than 90,000 attendees on Daniel Island.
The Credit One Charleston Open will celebrate its 50th year in 2022. The tournament has been a pioneer in women’s professional sports since 1973, paving the path for female tennis players to receive equal recognition, respect and pay in the sport. Originally held on Hilton Head Island, the event moved to Charleston in 2001 and is played on Daniel Island at the LTP Daniel Island tennis center, home to the Credit One Stadium.
Charleston Tennis, LLC revealed Credit One Bank as the new title sponsor of the WTA 500 tennis tournament hosted in Charleston, SC and state-of-the-art stadium located at the LTP Daniel Island tennis center in the summer of 2021.
For more information on the Credit One Charleston Open, visit creditonecharlestonopen.com or call 843-856-7900.
Be Cyber Smart: Attend Free Cybersecurity Webinars and Shred Your Private Information in October
If you use the internet for finance management, shopping, social media or anything else, cybersecurity should be a top priority. The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) invites consumers to join in celebrating Cybersecurity Awareness Month to learn how to keep your information safe from hackers and scammers. In celebration, SCDCA is releasing a new publication, presenting free webinars and hosting shred events throughout the month of October.Be InformedSCDCA’s newest publication compiles...
If you use the internet for finance management, shopping, social media or anything else, cybersecurity should be a top priority. The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) invites consumers to join in celebrating Cybersecurity Awareness Month to learn how to keep your information safe from hackers and scammers. In celebration, SCDCA is releasing a new publication, presenting free webinars and hosting shred events throughout the month of October.
SCDCA’s newest publication compiles and simplifies the top cybersecurity tips and puts them all in one place. “Cybersecurity Basics” covers how to protect your files, devices, networks and your identity. It also gives tips on shopping/surfing the internet, making passwords and detecting and avoiding phishing scams. For more in-depth coverage of cybersecurity topics, register for these free webinars:
• October 5 at 10:30 a.m. – Cybersecurity Basics
• October 12 at 10:30 a.m. – Cybersecurity for Small Businesses
• October 13 at 10:30 a.m. – Financial Identity Theft and ID Theft Protection Act for Consumers
• October 19 at 10 a.m. – Security Breaches and Information Security for the Insurance Industry
• October 26 at 10:30 a.m. – Bank and Payment App Security
• October 27 at 10:30 a.m. – South Carolina Scam Update
Free Shred Days
SCDCA is also partnering with Shred360 to hold three shred events across the state:
• October 13 at North Charleston Coliseum in Lot “A”
• October 21 at Greenville Convention Center in the “Pie” Lot.
• October 27 at Shandon Baptist in Columbia at the back of the parking lot.
Each shred event will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. To shred your sensitive documents in a timely manner, the shred event is setup as a drive-through. Attendees are encouraged to stay in their vehicles and are limited to (3) three boxes (copy paper box or smaller) or (3) three bags (kitchen trash bag or smaller) per vehicle. There is no need to remove binder clips, paper clips, staples, rubber bands or CDs/DVDs prior to shredding.
To view the full webinar descriptions and shred day locations, head over to SCDCA’s Outreach webpage. Follow SCDCA’s Facebook and Twitter accounts for a new cybersecurity tip every weekday of October.
The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs aims to protect consumers from inequities in the marketplace through advocacy, complaint mediation, enforcement and education. To file a complaint or get information on consumer issues, visit www.consumer.sc.gov or call toll-free, 1 (800) 922-1594.
Horsemanship, healing, and hope
Brain injury, PTSD survivors to receive equine-assisted therapy at new Wando-based stableJust off of bustling Clements Ferry Road and Highway 41, there’s a quiet horse farm nestled in the Francis Marion Forest that offers an environment of peace with a purpose.The long, crunchy gravel road that leads to the farm forces drivers to slow down and take in their surroundings. A canopy of trees forms a shady tunnel where the trees part, sunlight shines through to expose a lush and dreamy haven that appears to be lit in technico...
Brain injury, PTSD survivors to receive equine-assisted therapy at new Wando-based stable
Just off of bustling Clements Ferry Road and Highway 41, there’s a quiet horse farm nestled in the Francis Marion Forest that offers an environment of peace with a purpose.
The long, crunchy gravel road that leads to the farm forces drivers to slow down and take in their surroundings. A canopy of trees forms a shady tunnel where the trees part, sunlight shines through to expose a lush and dreamy haven that appears to be lit in technicolor. Majestic peacocks, spry chickens, waddling ducks, an assortment of dogs, two donkeys, and 12 horses roam the 18-acre property known as Saltaire.
In February 2021, Saltaire Stables and Farm was established. Sarah Lustig, a registered nurse, pursued a long-time goal: to open a therapeutic trail riding sanctuary for those silently suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). Survivors of this trauma often struggle to readjust to life, and due to lack of knowledge about rehabilitation resources, they may be left feeling isolated, weak, and detached from society.
After seeing so many TBI and PTSD survivors silently suffering and not being given the chance for readily available care, Lustig decided to combine her nursing background with her lifelong love for horses to provide the community with a therapeutic retreat. She acquired the farm’s horses from Grace Farm, a nonprofit rescue group dedicated to the care of neglected animals. When the horses arrived at their new home, they were trained for a new job: to rescue humans.
“Caring for horses requires concentration, selflessness, and teamwork. Equine-assisted therapy programs have been shown to help improve self-esteem, self-awareness, confidence, and empathy, which is our ultimate goal,” she noted.
Lustig continued, saying their vision at Saltaire is “to empower and provide an outlet for survivors (and their families), in hopes that they will overcome post trauma stressors and lingering brain injury deficits through the therapeutic healing that horses provide. Our hope is that participants regain their footing, strengthen their pride,
manage their symptoms, and rediscover their purpose again.”
“I also welcome frontline nurses and doctors to explore reconnection, purpose, and strength as we strive to climb out of COVID,” Lustig added.
In addition to offering philanthropic activities to post-trauma syndrome patients, Saltaire will facilitate private boutique-style trail ride experiences to individuals and corporations interested in employee enrichment training through trail riding, equine assisted services, and horsemanship.
An official opening date is planned for early 2022. Once the trail riding program is up and running smoothly, Lustig’s partner, Taylor Messervy, who is also a Registered Nurse, plans to open a 10-bed residential facility just a few miles from the farm. The facility will house moderate to high functioning traumatic brain injury patients to assist in their rehabilitation recovery before transitioning back home. It will provide 24-hour supervision, assistance with activities of daily living, and transportation to and from Saltaire Stables where residents will participate in therapeutic equine activities and work hardening programs. Messervy and Lustig are both certified brain injury specialists with a passion for helping survivors during their long road to recovery.
Saltaire has begun calling on local businesses and corporations to request sponsorship. “So far we have one sponsor, Andrew Ciappa from Janney,” Lustig noted. “Their sponsorship assisted Saltaire in purchasing additional saddles and bridles for horses that were just accepted into the program and we couldn’t be more grateful!”
Volunteer opportunities are available at Saltaire. The community can also support the farm by purchasing trail ride packages. Donations are accepted and donor plaques will be displayed in various areas of the barn. Horses require consistent and reliable love and care as well as food, water, shelter, and constant assessments with grooming to be happy and healthy.
“Saltaire Stables appreciates anyone in the Charleston community or outside area who would be willing to donate their time or services,” Lustig said.
To support the mission, reach out to Jose Urias at Joseu0922@gmail.com for more information.