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he Municipal ElectionCommission of the Townof Sullivan’s Island willconduct the Town’s MunicipalElection on Tuesday, May 7,2013.
The following ofces will be
included in this election: 1
Mayor and 3 Councilmembers.
Those citizens interested in
running for ofce should le
at the Sullivan’s Island TownHall, 2050-B Middle Street.
Filing began on January 11
and will remain open through
Wednesday, February 20.By 12 p.m. on February 20,
all candidates should havetheir petitions and Statementof Economic Interest forms
submitted to the Municipal
Clerk.Petitions must have
signatures from at least ve
percent of registered voters fromthe geographical area covered
by the ofce sought by the
candidate. Those wanting to vote in the
election must be registeredby April 5 in person, or via an
application postmarked no later
than April 7 if mailed to the County
Board of Voter Registration. To
request absentee ballots, contact
the Board of Elections and Voter
Registration Ofce. Ballots may be cast until 5 p.m. on Monday,May 6. Absentee ballots will be
opened at 7 p.m. on Election Day. The Town of Sullivan’sIsland Municipal Election isa nonpartisan and no party
afliation will be placed on theballot. The polling place is SunrisePresbyterian Church, located at
3322 Middle Street. On Thursday,May 9, 2013, at 12 noon at the Town Hall of Sullivan’s Island, theMunicipal Election Commissionwill hold a hearing to determine
the validity of ballots challenged
in this election. If necessary, arunoff will take place on Tuesday,May 21. The following residentshave signed the Statement of Intention of Candidacy:
Michael A. Perkis,Carl Jennings Smith
Sarah Church, Mark A.Howard. Susan J. Middaugh
See You at the Polls
SULLIVAN’S PREPARES FOR ELECTION
After Tuesday's Ways and Means Committee meeting the IOP city parking lot went out for rebid.
said. As of Tuesday’s meeting,
Palmetto Parking was the only
bidder with a complete written
proposal.Ways and Means Vice-Chair
Jimmy Ward commented thatif the lot went out for rebid, hefeared it would not reect well
on the City.
After a short discussion,
Stone’s motion received asecond, and the motion passed 5 – 4 with Thomas, Bettelli, Ward,and Buckhannon in opposition.