MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Santa Claus Welcome — December 15, 5:30-7 p.m.
Annual Membership Meeting — March 13, 2018 6 p.m.
The Annual Membership Meeting
Will be held
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Registration for members at 5:30 p.m.
Meeting Starts at 6:00 p.m.
YOU NEED TO KNOW!
THERE WILL NOT BE A PICK UP OF STORM DEBRIS BY BEAUFORT COUNTY OR FEMA CONTRACTORS
HOMEOWNERS ARE TOTALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR DISPOSING OF STORM DEBRIS
DO NOT LEAVE DEBRIS ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD AS IT WILL NOT BE PICKED UP AND YOU MAY BE CITED BY BEAUFORT COUNTY CODE ENFORCEMENT.
THE COUNTY CURRENTLY HAS FOUR TEMPORARY SITES FOR DISPOSAL OF LARGE STORM DEBRIS
The County has contracted with the private dump at the triangle of Brickyard and Middle Road and people here can take their debris there at no charge. No contractors. ALSO Shanklin Public Works Site, 120 Shanklin Road 29906; 9 Benton Field Road, Bluffton 29910; Barnwell Resources, 490 Brickyard Point South 29907.
SMALL AMOUNTS OF DEBRIS MAY ALSO BE TAKEN TO THE COUNTY CONVENIENCE CENTERS
DUMPING OF DEBRIS ON VACANT LOTS OR THE COMMON AREAS OF ROYAL PINES IS A CRIME AND YOU SHOULD REPORT IT TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME UNIT OF THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE 843-255-3510. TAKE PHOTOS AND GET LICENSE PLATE NUMBERS IF POSSIBLE.
TREE REMOVAL PERMITS
The RPHOA Board of Directors has voted a moratorium on the need for permits for tree removal. The moratorium is effective through December 31, 2017. Permits will be again be required for tree removal on or after January 1, 2018. There is no fee for the permit. Please allow up to seven days for approval after submission of the permit request
Minutes of the Annual Meeting
March 7. 2017
Articles for Royal Pines
Waters Edge United Methodist Church has again invited the Royal Pines Community to join in their Annual Trunk or Treat. Royal Pines resident Chris Mull is the Church’s coordinator of the event. Many games, activities and prizes are planned. If … Continue reading
From the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Department February 19, 2017 Private contractors and Beaufort County residents urged to follow proper methods of debris disposal Recently, Sheriff’s Office Environmental Crimes Unit deputies have responded to numerous complaints of debris (presumably from Hurricane Matthew) having been … Continue reading