Beaufort County Council taking meetings on the road

From staff reports

Beaufort County Council announced Wednesday, Feb. 9, that seven council meetings would be held in various locations around the County starting this month on Hilton Head Island.

“This council must stay connected to the citizens it serves,” Beaufort County Council Chairman Joe Passiment said in a release. “By taking the Council to locations around the County, it will help us better understand all the citizens’ concerns.”

Afor each meeting, the caucus begins at 5 p.m., and the regular session begins at 6 p.m. All meetings will continue to be broadcast on The County Channel.

2022 Beaufort County Council Meetings

Feb. 28: Hilton Head Island Auditorium

March 14: Council Chambers

March 28: St. Helena Library

April 11: Council Chambers

April 25: Buckwalter Recreation Center

May 9: Council Chambers

May 23: Burton Wells Recreation Center

June 13: Council Chambers

June 27: Hilton Head Island Library

July 11: Council Chambers

Aug. 15: Council Chambers

Sept. 12: Council Chambers

Sept. 26: St. Helena Library

Oct. 10: Council Chambers

Oct. 24: Council Chambers

Nov. 14: Buckwalter Recreation Center

Dec. 12: Council Chambers

Citizen Comment

Citizens attending can sign up for Citizen Comment upon arrival.

Anyone who wishes to speak during the Citizen Comment portion of the meeting will limit their comments to no longer than three minutes (a total of 15 minutes) and will address Council in a respectful manner appropriate to the decorum of the meeting, refraining from the use of profane, abusive, or obscene language.

Location addresses

Hilton Head Library, 11 Beach City Road, Hilton Head Island, S.C. 29926

Hilton Head High Auditorium, 70 Wilborn Road, Hilton Head Island, S.C. 29926

St. Helena Library, 6355 Jonathan Francis Sr. Road, St. Helena Island, S.C. 29920

Burton Wells Recreation Center, 1 Middleton Recreation Drive, Beaufort, S.C. 29906

Buckwalter Rec., 905 Buckwalter Parkway, Bluffton, S.C. 29910

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