Facilitated the construction and funding of the Inlet to Intracoastal Multipurpose Path - a 4 mile biking/walking path that connects the Inlet to the Intracoastal Waterway at Wacca Wachee Marina.
Champion of projects to preserve public access to the marsh – Marshwalk, Bike Bridge, Morse Park Landing, Jetty View Walk.
Erected and maintain user-friendly signs throughout the inlet
Partnering with local schools to teach our children about water quality
Promoting area businesses
Beautifying the area with litter clean-ups and landscaping projects
Hosting community forums
Running the volunteer Inlet Water Quality Monitoring Program, in partnership with CCU Watershed Academy
Completed major lighting & landscaping enhancements at entrance areas
Initiated recycling of glass, cans & plastic on the Marshwalk, at Morse park Landing and Wacca Wache Landing
Doing full remodel of Morse Park scheduled for late 2020
Head up Spring Tide Clean Up, ridding Inlet of over 4 tons of trash each year
Organize the “Fall Haul” to clean-up the marsh and the river at Wacca Wache Landing in conjunction with the DNR Beach & River Sweep held mid September every year.
Completed an Economic Impact Study of the Murrells Inlet area.
Created a Murrells Inlet Watershed Based Plan.
Pushed for the renovation of the Murrells Inlet Community Center. The building was unveiled in 2014.
Maintain (trash pick up, mow and trim) the Bypass 17 median through Murrells inlet.
Marodith Elliott, Chairperson
Summer Gilmer, Vice Chair
Bernadette Delgado, Treasurer
Davis Skipper, Secretary
Stephanie Welch Verville
Please welcome our newest member of MI2020, Stacy Johnson. A 2006 Coastal Carolina University graduate, Stacy has lived in the lowcountry for over 21 years. Having graduated from Socastee High school, she looks forward to working with the community and being that friendly face who is always willing to talk to concerned community members and visitors.