James Island Climate Action
The first step towards solving a problem is acknowledging you have one -- and the climate crisis is going to be a big problem for James Island for decades to come. We think James Island, like every municipality in the Lowcountry, should officially recognize the reality of our heating planet and begin working on lowering their own contributions to the climate crisis. Luckily, some councilmembers in the Town of J.I. agree, and so the RESOLUTION REGARDING THE TOWN OF JAMES ISLAND’S BEST PRACTICES TO ADDRESS SEA LEVEL RISE AND CLIMATE CHANGE will be up for a vote on December 17th.
Download the Resolution text here:
Are you a James Island resident who wants to help pass the resolution? If so, we need your help. Email your 5 councilmembers urging them to vote yes on the climate action resolution! Here's their contact info:
Bill Woolsey (Mayor)
Daniel C. Boles
Dr. Cynthia Mignano
Darren "Troy" Mullinax
If you are willing to sign up to speak at the Town Council session, you need to let them know by no later than noon on Thursday.
Here’s the information you need to do so: The Town invites the public to provide comments prior to its Town Council meeting. For residents wishing to address Council virtually, you will be limited to three (3) minutes and must sign in to speak prior to the meeting by noon on Thursday, December 17 by emailing your name and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also send in your comments ahead of the meeting by emailing to email@example.com, or mail to P.O. Box 12240, Charleston, SC 29422 or placed inside the drop box outside of Town Hall at 1122 Dills Bluff Rd.