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Relax and Enjoy Life  at Oystercatcher Island

Oystercatcher Island sits in the middle of Osprey Lake nestled within the Litchfield by the Sea property. A low-density cluster of free-standing villas offer dramatic lake views.  Only minutes from the beautiful beach and ocean.  It is the ideal location for residents and vacationers.  The Pawleys Island area has wonderful restaurants, shopping and recreational opportunities.  Several golf courses are only a few miles away.  Enjoy the soothing sound of the surf and the scent and coolness of the balmy ocean breezes.

OysterCatcher Island At Litchfield by the Sea beach side Properties  overlooking osprey lake

 EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS


Litchfield by the Sea Security                 237-2451

Fire Department       911                         545-3620

Police 

    Georgetown            911                         545-4300 

    County Sheriff         911                         546-5102

    SC Highway Patrol  911                         546-7300

Ambulance 

  Pawleys Island/Litchfield    911                 545-3620  

Hospitals 

    Waccamaw   652-1000

    Georgetown  527-1341

    Myrtle Beach - Grand Strand   449-4411

Homeowners’ Page

BOARD AND MANAGING AGENT CONTACTS:

Richard Broberg, President

rbroberg@aol.com

Kathleen Milne, Vice President

kmilne247@gmail.com

Chris Bianco, Secretary/Treasurer

csbianco.ocihoa@gmail.com

Waccamaw Management

Phone: (843) 237-9551    Fax: (843) 237-1034

Kevin Cox, Managing Agent

Kevinc@waccamawmanagement.com

Ralee Callahan, Community Specialist

(843) 314-0842 -Direct Line

 raleec@waccamawmanagement.com


Bulletin Board

Oystercatcher Island Villas

Owners Association

Richard Broberg, President

Kathleen Milne, Vice President

Chris Bianco, Secretary/Treasurer


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Emergency Preparedness for Oystercatcher Villas

1. Operating smoke detectors should be replaced
after 10 years with new ones.

2. Operational fire extinguishers, A-B-C types mounted in kitchen at the end of the kitchen counter.

3. If you use propane, you should have a
CO detector in your unit.

4. Attached to the front of the refrigerator:

 IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY CALL 911
Your Address is _________________ Litchfield, Pawleys Island

5. Use plastic plugs in electric outlets so small children don’t put their fingers in the outlets.

  For home inspection, call Frank Seitz at 843-485-3454


  NOTE: Unattended cooking is the primary cause of
               residential fires.


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Golf carts need a new bar codes permanently affixed to the cart.

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Oystercatcher Island Board Application

Oystercatcher Newsletter September 2016