The Jacks or Better casino boat, which has been docked near the Lazeretto Creek bridge since August, will not be setting sail for business until at least next year after the Tybee Island Planning Commission voted to continue the boat’s site plan petition during its meeting Monday night.
Source: Savannah Morning News | Posted: Nov. 21, 2018
The Tybee Island Planning Commission is set to review a site plan that could pave the way for the Jacks or Better casino boat to begin operating near the Lazeretto Creek bridge, where it has been docked since August.
Source: Savannah Morning News | Posted: Nov. 19, 2018
A casino boat docked near the Lazaretto Creek bridge, dubbed Jacks or Better 1, has a group of Tybee residents concerned that it could be gambling with the safety and well being of the island once it goes into operation.
Source: Savannah Morning News | Posted: Oct. 12, 2018
The sea level has already come up here about 9 inches in the past 80 years. In the next 80, it’s projected to rise by another 3 feet or more. It’s a fact of life that people on the Georgia coast are learning to live with.
Source: WABE | Posted: Sep. 11, 2018
The rain clouds settling over Tybee Island on Labor Day were bad news for those seeking a relaxing beach day.
But for a few surfers bobbing atop the higher-than-usual waves just south of the pier, it was perfect weather.
Source: Savannah Morning News | Posted: Sep. 4, 2018
The island that’s home to Georgia’s largest public beach is setting aside $300,000 to buy sandbags the next time a hurricane or other big storm threatens the coast. WTOC-TV reports the city council on Tybee Island approved keeping the money in reserve until an emergency is declared. Then city officials can order sand to be trucked in within 24 hours.
Source: Associated Press | Posted: Aug. 27, 2018
Tybee’s beaches, the Savannah harbor and the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge will benefit from newly announced U.S. Army Corps of Engineers funding to address damage from Hurricane Matthew and Tropical Storm Irma.
Source: Savannah Morning News | Posted: Jul. 23, 2018