What’s the Deal with the Stormwater Utility Bill?

Only a few weeks after successfully reducing my Charleston County property tax bill. I received yet another bill in the mail. This time it was a Stormwater Utility Bill for $36, which just goes to prove that the government will always get what the government wants out...

Fast and Easy McClellanville Gifts

Just in time for your holiday shopping I’ve added a new feature to the website. Who wants to burn half a tank of gas driving to the mall and spend all day aimlessly looking for hard-to-find gifts when you can point and click and be done in a few minutes. Through...

Otter Creek Trail: Kayak/Canoe

Otter Creek Trail in McClellanville, SC It doesnt look like much on the map but otter creek is an exceptional trip that shouldnt be missed if youre a nature or wildlife lover. Its short length makes it the perfect way to wind down in the afternoon and early evening or...

McClellanville Recycling Reminder

Just a reminder for anyone interested in supporting the recycling pick-up cause that I will be addressing the Town Council at this months meeting at the Town Hall on Monday, February 4th at 7 p.m. This is about one months worth of recycling from the three people at my...

14 Foot Alligator in McClellanville

Word usually gets around in McClellanville when there is an alligator in Jeremy Creek. In all my time on the water, Ive never seen one, but I occasionally hear reports of sightings and Ive seen them in freshwater ponds in the area. Theyre usually young gators less...

Bud Hill: a McClellanville Hero

Whether you live in McClellanville or have just driven through it once, you have seen the work of Bud Hill. Evidence is all around if you know where to look, but he rarely takes credit for any of it. As director of the Village Museum since its formation in 1999,...

Recycling Pickup in McClellanville

A few months ago I wrote an article about adding recycling pickup to the regular trash pick up in McClellanville. I also put up a few petitions around town asking for signatures from town residents that would be willing to pay an additional $25 a year to pay for the...