September 02, 2020
Proposed Rezoning Notice
As announced last week, Town representatives attended the August 25 public information meeting regarding the proposed rezoning of property located at 4455 Betsy Kerrison Parkway, Johns Island, SC 29455 (the undeveloped property between the Municipal Center and Resurrection Road).
Sea Island Gold LLC is proposing to rezone their property from its current zoning of R-4 to Planned Unit Development (PUD). Their current proposal includes use as a miniature golf facility referenced as Sea Island Golf Course for outdoor recreation and food sales. In 2019, this property submitted an application for rezoning for a similar proposal, in which the County deferred their decision.
This property resides within Charleston County and falls under the County’s zoning regulations and review process. The Charleston County Planning Commission will consider the above-referenced Planned Development request at their next workshop, the date, time, and location shown below. There will not be any action taken by the Planning Commission regarding this case at the workshop.
Charleston County Planning Commission Workshop and Meeting
Monday, September 14, 2020, at 2:00 p.m.
Council Chambers – Lonnie Hamilton, III Public Services Building
4045 Bridge View Drive North Charleston, SC 29405
Members of the public may submit written public comments via email to CCPC@charlestoncounty.org or by mail to the Zoning & Planning Department, 4045 Bridge View Drive, North Charleston, SC 29405.
Written public comments received by noon on Friday, September 11, will be distributed to the Planning Commission members in accordance with the Planning Commission’s Rules of Procedure.
Watch the Workshop
The Planning Commission workshop and meeting will be live-streamed (for viewing only) on the Charleston County Government website here
The workshop and meeting’s complete agenda can be found on the Charleston County Government website at least a week prior to the meeting on their website here
Kiawah Island Town Council would like to stay abreast of the public opinion on this proposed project. While not required, it would be appreciated if any comments submitted to the County Planning Commission also be copied to the Town’s Planning Director John Taylor at email@example.com