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TURTLE TIME

It's the time of year when nesting sea turtles and their offspring need your help.
Make sure you keep lights out near the beach,

fill holes in the sand and remove all debris from the beach.


Sea Turtle Protection


SCUTE, or South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts, is a group of volunteers dedicated to sea turtle conservation in Georgetown and Horry counties.


SCUTE, or South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts, is a group of volunteers dedicated to sea turtle conservation in Georgetown and Horry counties. Organized in 1990, SCUTE is permitted by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources to protect and, if necessary, relocate turtle nests as well as record turtle deaths through the Sea Turtle Stranding and Salvage Network.

 

SCUTE coordinates volunteer efforts to preserve quality nesting habitats and to monitor nests. The group also works to control beachfront lighting, which disorients nesting female turtles and hatchlings. Thanks in part to the efforts of SCUTE, Georgetown County and the town of Pawleys Island have passed ordinances to limit beachfront lighting along their beaches. Beachfront lighting has been minimized in some areas of Horry County as well.

 

On average, SCUTE records over 100 loggerhead nests with more than 12,000 eggs along the beaches of Horry and Georgetown counties. Volunteers estimate that about 70 percent of the eggs hatch. A limited number of hatchlings reach adulthood, which takes over 30 years. These low odds make the SCUTE/Santee Cooper preservation effort essential to loggerhead sea turtle survival in South Carolina.

 

Santee Cooper has worked with organizations like SCUTE since 1990 to preserve and protect loggerhead sea turtles. Santee Cooper supports the efforts of SCUTE by shielding lights and working to raise awareness about sea turtles through a public education program.

 

Santee Cooper provides free colorful "Lights Out" bumper stickers to remind property owners and visitors to turn off beachfront lights after 10 p.m. during nesting season. Throughout the nesting and hatching season, SCUTE volunteers distribute information to beach users who express an interest in turtle conservation. For more information on the loggerhead sea turtle, contact SCUTE at 843-237-9821 or 843-235-8755 or Myrtle Beach State Park at 843-238-0874.

 

To learn more about Santee Cooper's involvement with SCUTE, contact your nearest Santee Cooper retail office.

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About Us


Litchfield-by-the-Sea (LBTS) a unique beach side community in the heart of the South Carolina Low Country is located south of Myrtle Beach, north of historic Georgetown.


Our special community offers homeowners, visitors and vacationers a unique life style built around beach activities, tennis, golf, a private water park, walking, fishing, crabbing as well as biking and hiking paths which extend for miles through some of the loveliest marshlands. We are just three miles away from Brookgreen Gardens, the largest outdoor sculpture garden in the world.


LBTS is a magnificent community balancing progress, careful planning and bountiful natural resources.


Sea turtles nest in protected areas where conscientious neighbors quietly watch over their protected nesting locations.  Watching the moon rise over the ocean from the huge community deck is a popular evening activity. The beach stretches for eight miles making a paradise for bathers, walkers and runners.


During the summer months there's no better place to relax than on our beach with a good book or just to soak up the magnificent Carolina sunshine. The area offers an abundance of things to do.  We have it all; whether it is classes at nearby Coastal Carolina University, tours at our large wildlife sanctuaries at Brookgreen Gardens, Hobcaw Barony and Huntington State Park, or photographing the natural beauty that is all around you.   


Myrtle Beach, one of the country's top tourist destinations, is only a twenty minute drive away.  You will find a wide variety of excellent attractions to keep everyone happy including some the best shopping you will ever find including two large Tanger Outlets.


At the end of a relaxing and fun filled day you can choose from a wide selection of restaurants in the Pawleys Island area offering a variety of cuisines.

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Litchfield-by-the-Sea is a fireworks-free zone.  
Fireworks are strictly prohibited.

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Spring 2017 Welcome Letter from Bill McElroy, Litchfield by the Sea Board President.


To All Litchfield By The Sea Residents:

 As many of you may know, the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles is issuing new license plates upon renewal of the vehicle registration; however, not all residents of South Carolina will be receiving a new license plate. If you have been issued a new license plate, please send a copy of the new vehicle registration card to me either by email, fax 843.237.1034, or by U.S. Mail to the address listed below.

 To maintain a secure system and accurate data; we must be provided with any vehicle changes including new license plate numbers. Also, if you had a temporary license plate after trading a vehicle and obtained a new barcode at that time, please provide us with a copy of the new vehicle registration card that shows the new license plate number.

 In addition, in the month of April several parking violation tickets were issued by Litchfield By The Sea Security due to “No Visible Pass”. We are able to identify vehicles in the new security system by the license plate number. We found that approximately 85% of the tickets written were to rental guest or guest of a resident. Please remind your guest that the scanned guest pass must be displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle. We will contact the rental agencies to advise of same.


Thank you,

Teresa Henderson,

TEM System Conversion/Barcode Administrator

Waccamaw Management, LLC, AAMC



April 2017

Litchfield by the Sea

PROPER USE OF BAR CODES AND SCANNERS


 BAR CODES:


IT IS IMPORTANT THAT EVERYONE READS AND UNDERSTANDS THE CONDITIONS THAT ARE CLEARLY STATED ON THE BAR CODE FORM.  MAKE SURE THAT THE INFORMATION PUT ON THE FORM AND SIGNED FOR IS ACCURATE AND TRUTHFUL. THOSE PERSONS WHO QUALIFY FOR A BAR CODE ARE CLEARLY OUTLINED ON THE FORM. ADDITIONALLY, THE BAR CODE MUST BE PROPERLY ATTACHED TO THE AUTOMOBILE OR GOLF CART. VIOLATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO A FINE AND LOSS OF BAR CODE USE.


PLEASE REMEMBER, THE BAR CODE MAY NOT IN ANY WAY BE ALTERED OR PLACED ON A LOCATION OTHER THAN THAT SPECIFIED WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN APPROVAL OF LITCHFIELD BY THE SEA (LBTS).


BAR CODES ARE CONTROLLED AND MANAGED BY WACCAMAW MANAGEMENT ON BEHALF OF LBTS.


SCANNED PASS:


SCANNED PASSES ARE ISSUED PRIMARILY BY LBTS RESIDENTS BUT CAN ALSO BE ISSUED BY REALTORS FOR THEIR RENTAL GUESTS AND/OR AGENTS AND EMPLOYEES WHEN WORKING. ALL REALTORS HAVE SIGNED A LETTER OUTLINING THEIR RESPONSIBILTY FOR PROPER USE. IMPROPER USE CAN RESULT IN THEIR PRIVILEGE TO RENT PROPERTIES AT LBTS BEING REVOKED.


RESIDENTS HAVE DIRECT CONTROL OVER ISSUING PASSES FOR THEIR GUESTS. THE RESIDENT ISSUING THE PASS IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONDUCT OF ANYONE USING THAT PASS.


SCANNED PASSES ARE NOT INTENDED TO BE USED TO PROVIDE, LOCAL, “NON-LBTS RESIDENTS”, ACCESS TO THE POOL AT RIVER CLUB OR THE BEACH AT LBTS.


AS RESIDENTS WE PAY FOR THIS PRIVILEGE, DON’T GIVE IT AWAY!!


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