By Al Dozier The Irmo Town Council Tuesday approved a resolution formally adopting the Town of Irmo’s Strategic Plan. The plan has been months in the making with staff and council input adopting strategies aimed at assuring a successful future for the town of Irmo. Mayor Bill Danielson described itContinue Reading

The Irmo Town Park came alive with arts and fellowship on March 23, celebrated as Cherry Blossom Day following proclamations by Governor Henry McMaster and Irmo Mayor Bill Danielson, as well as recognition from the SC House of Representatives initiated by Rep. Nathan Ballentine. The 7th annual Irmo Cherry BlossomContinue Reading

Irmo Town Administrator, Courtney Dennis, has successfully graduated from the esteemed South Carolina Executive Institute. This rigorous program is specifically tailored to empower executive leaders within public service organizations, equipping them with the essential skills necessary to adeptly navigate the intricate landscape of their roles. Over the span of sevenContinue Reading

By Al Dozier The Irmo Town Council Tuesday approved a zoning change that will clear the way for a new 67-acre sports site that would bring volleyball and basketball conference games to Irmo. The vote did not come without some opposition from local residents who fear traffic backups around theContinue Reading

By Al Dozier The Irmo Town Council heard a presentation at the March 5 workshop meeting from the non-profit S.C. Career Kids. This organization helps children explore career paths and envision their future. The organization is seeking funding assistance from the town to support their various programs, which include summerContinue Reading

Irmo Town Councilman Erik Sickinger has been appointed to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Intergovernmental Advisory Committee (IAC). This prestigious role was announced by FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel, who recently revealed the new members of the Intergovernmental Advisory Committee. The Intergovernmental Advisory Committee serves as a crucial platform, offering guidance,Continue Reading

Residents at Coopers Trace in Irmo received boxes filled with edible, non-perishable food items from the Irmo Police Department. This initiative is part of Serve & Connect, a Columbia-based non-profit organization working to strengthen positive relationships between police officers and the communities they serve. The program, known as Greg’s Groceries,Continue Reading

Irmo Fire Department recently participated in Lexington County Fire Service’s Swift Water Rescue Certification Course, with three members achieving the level of Swift Water Technician. The intensive 5-day course equipped personnel with a range of skills essential for swift water rescues, including shore-based rope throws, boat-based rescues, and hands-on victimContinue Reading