Archive: August 2018

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The POA office has received several calls from property owners recently regarding the approved location of garbage cans. Please see the below excerpt from the Carnes Crossroads Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s) on appropriate locations for garbage cans. 10.12 Storage of Materials, Garbage, and Dumping. All garbage cans shall be…  …Read More
The 2018 Carnes Crossroads Holiday Market will take place on Saturday, December 8th, from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Green Barn and Village Green. The market organizers are now accepting Vendor Applications and fees for the 2018 Holiday Market! To apply for a vendor slot, you must first fill out an online…  …Read More
The S.C. Emergency Management Division (SCEMD) has released the official 2019 South Carolina Hurricane Guide. SCEMD and partner agencies have updated the Guide for the 2019 hurricane season. It details useful information on what residents should do before, during and after the landfall of a major hurricane. Sections of the…  …Read More
Office Hours: The POA office will close at 12:00 PM Friday, August 31st and will remain closed on Labor Day, Monday, September 3rd. The office will reopen on Tuesday, September 4th and will resume normal working hours at that time – 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Monday-Friday.  …Read More
Carnes Crossroads is partnering with the Lowcountry Food Bank to raise funds for their Backpack Buddies program. Each $5 donation supplies a child in need with nutrition specific foods and covers transportation fees of the backpack. We will have a donation jar in the Information Center starting August 13th and…  …Read More
During the construction of residential streets in St. Thomas Park in Carnes Crossroads, regulatory agencies did not require stop bars (the white painted lines at street intersections where there is a stop sign).  Stop bars are now required on residential streets in St. James Park and other neighborhoods going forward. In order to keep this safety precaution consistent on…  …Read More
There are various requirements during construction in development communities that can affect storm water management. We continue to work with our engineers to look for the best practices to mitigate short term flooding while complying with legal requirements. Municipal, State and Federal laws require that temporary devices be installed in…  …Read More