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They say that working smarter is better than working harder.Why not both?

Whether you're running a high-volume warehouse, overseeing a new construction project, or managing a busy retail establishment, you know that a productive workplace is essential. When it comes to your workplace equipment, you need tools that not only save time and money but are reliable when you need them the most and help your team get the job done right.

At Absolute E-Z Up, we help professionals overcome low productivity by providing the finest stock pickers, tire pickers, and platform lifts in Isle of Palms, SC. If you need more efficiency and more profitability at your job site, you're in the right place. Sure, big-picture processes play an important role in your workplace. However, in our experience, the top cause of low productivity involves wasted time on the job site - avoidable problems that slow down your day-to-day work. And when your day-to-day and overall deadlines aren't achieved, that fault falls on you.

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Some of the most common productivity issues
we hear about include:

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  • Low-capacity equipment that requires workers to make multiple trips to transport materials.
  • Unreliable equipment that breaks down again and again.
  • Workers on injury leave because of falls suffered from unsafe ladders or scaffolds.
  • Enlisting more manpower to fill in because you don't have the right equipment to get the job done.

If any of these problems sound familiar to you, you're probably wondering what in the world you can do to get back on track. That's where Absolute E-Z Up comes in - to give you the tools you need to be more productive and efficient, so you have peace of mind knowing your job will finish on time, the right way.

When we founded Absolute E-Z Up (AEUP), we created a plan to deliver safe, reliable work platforms, stock picker forklifts, inclined platform lifts, stair climbers, and material handling products that increase productivity by leaps and bounds. We're not talking a few minutes shaved off here or there. We mean upping your work cycles two to three times what you're used to, coupled with drastically reduced downtime from maintenance and repair.

Sound too good to be true?

Not at Absolute E-Z Up in Isle of Palms, SC.

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The Absolute E-Z Up Difference

Our company was founded on three basic values:

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Safety - The Top Time Booster

When workers are injured, they're either placed on light duty or leave until they heal up and get back to work. This leaves you with the conundrum do you hire a new worker (which requires an initial expense) or reassign members of your staff to make up the difference? Obviously, neither situation is optimal. The biggest factor preventing these kinds of frustrating situations is workplace safety, which is why it's our top priority at AEUP. It doesn't matter if you buy a manual platform lift in Isle of Palms, SC, or an electric stock picker. You can rest easy when you purchase equipment from us, knowing that AEUP aerial work platforms and material handling equipment come with the most innovative safety technologies.

A few of those safety mechanisms include:

  • Anti-tilt systems, helping to prevent toppling and turnovers.
  • Built-in pothole protection for driving equipment.
  • Double-foot sensors, which halts the machine from operating unless two feet are planted on the sensors.

Note: Depending on your needs, your machinery may or may not include some of these safety technologies. Please refer to specific product pages for more details.

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Productivity - Doing More with Less

Common sense might tell you it would be hard for workers to do twice as much work as they used to. However, with the right equipment, it's very possible. Common sense might tell you it would be hard for a worker to do twice as much work as they used to. However, with the right equipment, it's very possible. Whether it's hanging signs, moving a piano, working on a construction site, or any of the other tasks that require a stock picker, you'll save time and complete tasks faster with Absolute E-Z Up. Our stock pickers, vertical lifts, and stair climbers are:

  • Versatile - our equipment is more versatile than other options, giving you the ability to fit into small spaces with a zero turning radius.
  • Faster - our batteries change in only a few hours and can last for dozens if not hundreds of duty cycles.
  • More Efficient - Workers can speed up every part of the workday with special features, attachments, and deck extensions.
  • Lower Costs - You can maintain our equipment at lower costs, which saves you money when you need it most.
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Reliability - Always There When You Need to Work Hard

Common sense might tell you it would be hard for workers to do twice as much work as they used to. However, with the right equipment, it's very possible. Common sense might tell you it would be hard for a worker to do twice as much work as they used to. However, with the right equipment, it's very possible. Whether it's hanging signs, moving a piano, working on a construction site, or any of the other tasks that require a stock picker, you'll save time and complete tasks faster with Absolute E-Z Up. Our stock pickers, vertical lifts, and stair climbers are:

Industrial Stock Pickers in Isle of Palms, SC

Warehouse picking involves workers pulling (picking) items located on warehouse shelves and moving them down the line for shipment to customers. This kind of work requires a great deal of coordination, organization, and attention to detail. Filling orders under deadlines and time crunches are common. As such, you need a trustworthy stock picker that can boost efficiency and increase production time.

Managers often adjust their picking strategy to be less time-consuming and costly when the real answer might lie with the tools and machinery they're using. At AEUP, we provide the highest-quality stock pickers for your business so that your workers can do the job they need to do as quickly and safely as possible.

With AEUP, you can increase material handling efficiency in a variety of industries and workplaces. We're talking retail, warehouses, factories, and even event venues. The ISP series offers ideal solutions for diverse applications. The models feature a 35% gradeability for greater job-site accessibility.

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We offer several pickers for different needs, including:
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ISP-7M™

If affordable efficiency is your priority, this is the picker for you. With over a 13-foot working height, it will be the last "ladder" your business will need to use. The ISP-7M is one of the most versatile and affordable stock pickers on the market and is ideal for a variety of workplaces:

  • Airports
  • Warehouses
  • Retail Stores
  • Distribution Centers
  • Educational Buildings
  • Entertainment Venues

This fantastic stock picker is light enough to be used on any surface. It is also very maneuverable, making it a great choice for any company that needs a safer working platform with the fewest mechanical parts. The ISP-7M comes with our industry-leading 5-2-1 Platinum Warranty and clocks in at almost half the price of electric stock pickers.

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ISP-11™

Industrial Stock Picker

If maximum versatility modern safety features matter most to you, the ISP-11™ will allow your team to work safer, faster, and with less strain on your workers. With this stock picker, you can increase safety, maximize uptime, and be able to adapt to any floorplan or warehouse layout. Durable, versatile, and low-maintenance, the AEUP ISP-11™ is a self-propelled stock picker that will modernize your material handling process.

  • Drive, rotate and elevate all at the same time. Most of our competitors can only do one of these functions at a time.
  • Closed canopy and damage-resistant carbon bumper.
  • Comes with an aluminum alloy mast cylinder column. That means you don' have to worry about motors or chains to maintain. Add to that a 5-year warranty, and you'll be working smarter and harder for years to come.
  • Our electric material trays are adjustable to any shelf height. Many such trays are not electric and can only adjust in six-inch increments. Instead of adjusting your whole machine due to a three-inch miscalculation, you can save time and frustration with the ISP-11.
  • Our double-foot sensor requires that both of your workers' heels maintain contact with the platform to drive. No more safety nightmares, like hanging over the edge to drive.

This fantastic stock picker is light enough to be used on any surface. It is also very maneuverable, making it a great choice for any company that needs a safer working platform with the fewest mechanical parts. The ISP-7M comes with our industry-leading 5-2-1 Platinum Warranty and clocks in at almost half the price of electric stock pickers.

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ISP-11™ TTH

If you're in need of a tire picker in Isle of Palms, SC, our tire transport handler is exactly what you need. Safe, efficient, and versatile, this picker has a working height of over 17 feet, giving you the ability to grab tires on the highest shelves. With tires getting bigger and heavier, it becomes necessary to prevent injuries during all operations involving them. The AEUP ISP-11 TTH lifts both the operator and tires, easily placing them at the desired height while allowing faster and safer performance. As if that weren't enough, this tire transport handler also comes with our stellar 5-2-1 Platinum Warranty.

A Warranty That's on Your Side When You Need It Most

Unlike other companies in our industry, we are proud to say that our warranty comes standard on all our equipment. Stock picker forklift in Isle of Palms, SC? Check. Vertical lifts? Check. Inclined platform lifts? Check. But this isn't any warranty - it's the Absolute E-Z Up platinum manufacturer's warranty, which is why you can trust the quality of AEUP products. Our Platinum Warranties are part of our commitment to value, safety, and quality. When you work with us, we want you to be able to trust that your Absolute E-Z Up equipment is a reliable, smart, long-term asset to your business that saves you money and time.

Our warranty allows our customers to secure their long-term budgets by reducing maintenance and repair costs. Since each piece of machinery is different, your warranty should be customized for the equipment that you need.

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5-2-1 Platinum Warranty
5-2-1 Platinum Warranty™ on AEUP Low-Level Access Series

No other elevated work platform or stock picker supplier has anything close to our 5-2-1 warranty. Here's what our warranty guarantees on our low-level access machinery:

  • 5 years on your mast assembly and cylinder
  • 2 years on all other components of your platform or stock picker.
  • 1 year on the lift's battery, which is not pro-rated.
  • Optional AEUP Extended 10-5-1 Warranty Service Coverage (ISPs)
5-2-1 Platinum Warranty
5-2-1 Platinum Warranty™ on AEUP EZ Climber Series

Customers choose our E-Z Climber series because it gives them years of dependable service, backed by a warranty that will replace any parts that fail, which minimizes production downtime. We are committed to covering labor costs for the first six months of your purchase. Our E-Z Climber Series warranty guarantees:

  • 5 years of coverage on the structural steel chassis of the machine.
  • 2 years of coverage on your electrical components.
  • 1 year of coverage on the battery, which is not pro-rated.
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5-2-1 Platinum Warranty™ on Electric Utility Vehicles

Our electric utility vehicles give you years of dependable service, coupled with a powerful warranty that covers and service that will replace any parts that fail during your warranty period. If a part fails, we'll get it replaced quickly, to minimize downtime from work. Your labor rate is reimbursable and is covered for the first six months.

  • 5 years of coverage on the structural steel chassis of your EUV.
  • 2 years of coverage on the EUV's electrical components.
  • 1 year of coverage on the EUV's battery, which is not pro-rated.

Ready to Get Productive?

At Absolute E-Z, our goal is to provide you with the highest quality transactions and product solutions in the safest manner possible. With the right equipment and mindset, we believe that work can be fun again, and we're here to help make that happen for you and your team. As such, our mission is to be the top provider of stock pickers and other warehouse equipment in Isle of Palms. We make it a point to listen to our customer's needs and do everything in our power to uphold our reputation for excellence.

We'll do so by continuing to honor the commitment we made to ourselves and our customers from the very beginning - earning your respect and loyalty through continuous improvement driven by integrity, teamwork, and innovation.

If you're ready to take your workflow to the next level, we're only a click or call away.

Contact us today for a FREE initial consultation
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Latest News in Isle of Palms, SC

Isle of Palms City Council reviews marina lease agreement, considers allowing alcohol

ISLE OF PALMS, S.C. (WCIV) — Isle of Palms City Council held a special meeting Thursday to review the lease of the marina.The debate: whether beer and wine can be sold and consumed at the marina.Some say this wouldn't be an issue because people already drink beer by the marina and it hasn't caused any trouble. However, others believe allowing beer and wine could cause concern for parents."It seems like every time we amend this lease, we give more to the tenant and take away from the city," said councilmem...

ISLE OF PALMS, S.C. (WCIV) — Isle of Palms City Council held a special meeting Thursday to review the lease of the marina.

The debate: whether beer and wine can be sold and consumed at the marina.

Some say this wouldn't be an issue because people already drink beer by the marina and it hasn't caused any trouble. However, others believe allowing beer and wine could cause concern for parents.

"It seems like every time we amend this lease, we give more to the tenant and take away from the city," said councilmember Katie Miars.

Miars is hesitant about the current lease agreement. She worries selling beer and wine could change the family friendly environment the marina holds.

"Granted, some people have a beer on the back - just like some people are going to have a beer on the beach, but when you make it legal - it becomes different," Miars said.

Still, others say they don't see a problem with allowing beer and wine.

"I do not see where this has to be that big of an issue, by allowing someone to sit there with a sandwich a fish basket, and have a beer with it, and being able to walk away satisfied," said councilman Rusty Streetman.

That's because many people say they already see beer consumption along the marina.

"So I do not personally see the issue on this is going to explode because this has been happening for the past 25 years and I have not seen this explode," said councilman Blair Hahn.

Neighbors say they just want clarity.

"The problem is the conversations have been with the restaurant, the marina store, and the council, and as a resident there has been no information," said Christine Donaven, an IOP resident.

The CEO of Coastal Marinas, Mike Schuler, is hoping to enter into this lease agreement with Isle of Palms. His goal is to cater to the community.

"In fact, we have gone to great lengths to ensure self imposed limitations on any consumption of alcohol on the premise, in what I think is a very reasonable way," Schuler said.

Some of Coastal Marina's plans include giving Isle of Palms residents better access to water, including free parking, priority access to slips, and upgrading retail offerings and operations along the marina.

Gov. Henry McMaster, Lt. Gov. Pamela S. Evette, and First Lady Peggy McMaster’s Weekly Schedule, June 13, 2022

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Henry McMaster, Lieutenant Governor Pamela S. Evette, and First Lady Peggy McMaster's schedules for the week of June 13 will include the following:Wednesday, June 15 at 2:00 PM: Gov. McMaster will hold a ceremonial bill signing for H.3166, the Rena Grant Sickle Cell Disease Voluntary Patient Recovery Act, State House, Governor’s Office, 1100 Gervais Street, Columbia, S.C.Thursday, June 16 at 11:00 AM: Lt. Gov. Evette will join state agency leaders and the Alzheimer’s ...

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Governor Henry McMaster, Lieutenant Governor Pamela S. Evette, and First Lady Peggy McMaster's schedules for the week of June 13 will include the following:

Wednesday, June 15 at 2:00 PM: Gov. McMaster will hold a ceremonial bill signing for H.3166, the Rena Grant Sickle Cell Disease Voluntary Patient Recovery Act, State House, Governor’s Office, 1100 Gervais Street, Columbia, S.C.

Thursday, June 16 at 11:00 AM: Lt. Gov. Evette will join state agency leaders and the Alzheimer’s Association in recognizing Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month. State House, first floor, Columbia, S.C.

Friday, June 17 at 11:00 AM: Gov. McMaster and Lt. Gov. Evette will participate in the Joint Inauguration of Palmetto Boys State and Palmetto Girls State, State House, North Steps, Columbia, S.C.

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Gov. Henry McMaster’s Weekly Schedule: June 6, 2022

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Gov. Henry McMaster’s schedule for the week of June 6, 2022, included:

Monday, June 6

11:00 AM: Call with a fellow governor.

12:00 PM: Gov. McMaster attended the Health Supply US announcement, The Westin Poinsett, Gold Ballroom, 120 South Main Street, Greenville, S.C.

2:30 PM: Gov. McMaster held a ceremonial bill signing for H. 3105, S.C. Religious Freedom Act, First Baptist North Spartanburg, 8740 Asheville Highway, Spartanburg, S.C.

Tuesday, June 7

10:45 AM: Agency call.

12:00 PM: Gov. McMaster spoke to the Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina’s lunch meeting and presented the Order of the Palmetto to Ordie Brown, Sweetgrass Pavilion, Wild Dunes Resort, Isle of Palms, S.C.

Thursday, June 9

11:00 AM: Policy meeting.

12:00 PM: Gov. McMaster spoke to the Central Carolina Realtors Association’s 2nd Quarter Membership Luncheon, Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center, 1101 Lincoln Street, Columbia, S.C.

3:15 PM: Gov. McMaster visited and toured BDV Solutions, BDV Solutions, 631 South Main Street, 4th Floor Conference Room, Greenville, S.C.

4:45 PM: Call with a local official.

5:00 PM: Gov. McMaster visited YMCA Camp Oconee County.

Friday, June 10

11:20 AM: Call with a local official.

11:30 AM: Call with Brigadier General Julie Nethercot, Commander of the Parris Island Marine Corps Depot.

11:46 AM: Agency call.

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Fourth of July at Lowcountry beach communities: What to know

CHARLESTON COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) — The Fourth of July is expected to be a busy time for popular beach communities in the Lowcountry!Visitors from near and far are expected to travel to areas like Folly Beach, Isle of Palms and Sullivan's Island to soak up the sun, relax in the sand and take in the holiday's festivities.Below you can find special information on the three areas for Independence Day Weekend, as well as links to other helpful tips for visiting the beach this summer!...

CHARLESTON COUNTY, S.C. (WCIV) — The Fourth of July is expected to be a busy time for popular beach communities in the Lowcountry!

Visitors from near and far are expected to travel to areas like Folly Beach, Isle of Palms and Sullivan's Island to soak up the sun, relax in the sand and take in the holiday's festivities.

Below you can find special information on the three areas for Independence Day Weekend, as well as links to other helpful tips for visiting the beach this summer!

A fireworks display is being planned by the Folly Association of Business for Monday, July 4.

The show will begin at sundown and should be visible from anywhere in the community.

The pyrotechnics will be launched from 3rd Block West, with the parking and beach areas here closed from 10 a.m. until 11 p.m.

Visitors of all ages are invited to attend.

The Folly Association of Business will conduct a beach sweep right after the display, as well as the following morning, to clean up any debris or trash from the event.

A golf cart parade will take place on Isle of Palms at 10 a.m. on Monday, July 4, with staging of the carts scheduled for 9 a.m. at 4th Avenue and Charleston Boulevard.

Golf cart operators are reminded that they must have valid driver's license, a permit from the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles and proof of insurance. Carts may be operated along a secondary highway or street within four miles of wherever the vehicle is registered, or from the ingress/regress of a gated community where the cart is registered. Golf carts may only be operated during daylight hours.

The City of Isle of Palms has a fireworks show planned for 9 p.m. that same night in the Front Beach area.

The show, sponsored by the city, will result in the closure of the beach between 21st Avenue to 13th Avenue at Sea Cabins starting around 6 p.m. so organizers can set up for the event. Visitors will be allowed to stay inside the Isle of Palms County Park area or behind the restrooms to view the show.

Officials are reminding residents and visitors that all other fireworks are strictly prohibited in the city.

City officials said there will be extra personnel over the weekend in anticipation of "a significant influx" of visitors.

A golf cart and bike parade will kick off the holiday on Sullivan's Island, with the event beginning at Sunrise Presbyterian Church and ending at Sullivan’s Island Elementary School. Those interested in participating in the competition must register at Town Hall through July 1. A limited number of registrations will be available at the starting line until 8:30 a.m. on the Fourth of July itself.

Those who do not register can join the parade after the registrants, but will not be considered in the judging.

Festivities will follow the parade and refreshments will be served while the winners receive their ribbons.

The town's Independence Day party at the park and fireworks will also return after a multi-year absence.

Attendees can gather starting at 5:30 p.m. and should bring a chair or a blanket. The Shem Creek Boogie Band will play music, and fireworks will start around 9 p.m. During the event, dogs will not be allowed in the park, and alcohol is prohibited.

Outside of the town's display, fireworks are not allowed on Sullivan's Island. Extra officers will be assisting with traffic and law enforcement throughout the weekend. Residents and visitors are encouraged to bike or walk to events.

Isle of Palms residents open Islander 71 in former Morgan Creek Grill site

The 8,716-square-foot former home of the Morgan Creek Grill on Isle of Palms is now home to a new restaurant serving fresh fish with a side of waterfront views.Islander 71 Fish House and Deck Bar is now open at 80 41st Ave. along the Intracoastal Waterway. The two-story restaurant debuted May 14.In November 2019, Morgan Creek Grill ended a 17-year run at the Isle of Palms site with one year still left on its lease. After receiving three proposals on the property, the city agreed to lease the restaurant space to Isle of Palms re...

The 8,716-square-foot former home of the Morgan Creek Grill on Isle of Palms is now home to a new restaurant serving fresh fish with a side of waterfront views.

Islander 71 Fish House and Deck Bar is now open at 80 41st Ave. along the Intracoastal Waterway. The two-story restaurant debuted May 14.

In November 2019, Morgan Creek Grill ended a 17-year run at the Isle of Palms site with one year still left on its lease. After receiving three proposals on the property, the city agreed to lease the restaurant space to Isle of Palms residents Dave and Chrissy Lorenz and Jon Bushnell.

The trio’s bid beat out a proposal by a Los Angeles-based group that owns nearby Wild Dunes Resort.

Dave Lorenz, who owns Mex 1 Coastal Cantina locations in West Ashley, Mount Pleasant and Sullivan’s Island with his wife, said Islander 71 harkens back to the 1970s, a simpler time when growth on the island started to skyrocket. The Lorenzes were both born in 1971, hence the “71” in Islander 71.

Patrons who visit the new waterfront restaurant will notice a photo of a man named George “Sugar” Hill whose family was one of the first to live on the island, according to Dave Lorenz. It’s currently the only circa-1970s photo in the restaurant, but Lorenz is inviting those who visit Islander 71 to bring in their own vintage Isle of Palms beach photos to be displayed on an empty brick wall in the restaurant.

“We kind of have used that as the quintessential islander,” Lorenz said. “We have this picture of Sugar Hill and that’s kind of our jumping off point.”

Michael Johnson is leading the Islander 71 kitchen where he is churning out dishes you would want to find at a waterfront eatery — crab dip, fried buffalo oysters, hushpuppies, shrimp and pimento cheese grits, crab cakes and more — to pair with over 20 cocktails, four frozen drinks, wine and a selection of easy-drinking beers.

“We’ve tried to keep it simple and stick with the classics,” Lorenz said.

Islander 71 is open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday and lunch Friday through Sunday. Patrons can expect a flow of live musicians to roll through the restaurant’s outdoor stage along with several charitable events, like an upcoming evening benefiting the Warrior Surf Foundation.

Short-term Rental Cap On Isle Of Palm’s Horizon

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye NewsThe Isle of Palms Planning Commission is in the process of completing work on new short-term rental regulations that are similar to those that have been implemented on Kiawah Island, according to Director of Building, Planning and Zoning Douglas Kerr. Kerr updated the IOP City Council on the Planning Commission’s proposal at the Council’s May 24 meeting. He said the Commission’s recommendations probably will be finalized June 8 and that a workshop with Council members would be ...

By Brian Sherman for The Island Eye News

The Isle of Palms Planning Commission is in the process of completing work on new short-term rental regulations that are similar to those that have been implemented on Kiawah Island, according to Director of Building, Planning and Zoning Douglas Kerr. Kerr updated the IOP City Council on the Planning Commission’s proposal at the Council’s May 24 meeting. He said the Commission’s recommendations probably will be finalized June 8 and that a workshop with Council members would be scheduled shortly after that. “What I believe they’re going to recommend is going to be a program that’s very similar to what Kiawah has successfully implemented,” Kerr told the Council.

“It is a system that establishes a maximum number of short-term rentals in areas that currently have a low number of rentals.” Kerr said the program would exempt areas that already have a fairly high number of shortterm rentals, such as Ocean Boulevard, Palm Boulevard, condominium complexes, Palmetto Boulevard in Wild Dunes and the commercial district.

All other areas would have a cap that is approximately 10% above the current number of short-term rentals.

“It gives a little bit of room. I guess growth is a bad term because it would be kind of a shuffling of numbers eventually, but it would allow some wiggle room and movement of rentals,” Kerr said.

Council Member Katie Miars asked if the plan would include some sort of exemption for residents whose family has lived in a home for an extended period of time. “It’s obviously not someone who’s coming in from the outside and using this as a business opportunity but someone who’s using it as a “keep the house” situation,” Miars stated. Kerr said the IOP Planning Commission had discussed that scenario but added that under the Kiawah model, the short-term rental license does not transfer if a house is sold. He said the next person on the waiting list would get the license. Council Member Jan Anderson asked if the plan would account for people who obtain a short-term license specifically to increase the value of the home – even though they have no intention of ever renting it.

Kerr responded that on Kiawah, there is a requirement for a certain level of rental income or at least proof that the owner is making a concerted effort to rent the house. “People with no intention of ever renting would potentially be denied the ability to get a license,” Kerr said. “The friction comes when we actually meet the cap.”

Council Member Blair Hahn suggested that the committee talk with an attorney about the issue of transferring the short term rental license.

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