Billy Gavigan voices concerns about planning and the impacts on retailers featured in the APA

Those anonymous signs on Boundary Street: ‘Stupid,’ or do they have a point? 2017-11-15 | ISLAND PACKET Nov. 15 –As a $33 million Beaufort road project takes final shape, residents are still airing concerns about navigating the 1.2-mile stretch of Boundary Street almost two years after ground was broken.Signs placed along Boundary Street this week by an anonymous citizen hint …

Parris Island is still facing attacks by Rep Debbie Dingell

The Support of our Leaders are needed! Rally around Parris Island and Our Marines Is Parris Island under attack by congresswomen Debbie Dingell, 12th Dist Of Michigan,  leader of the Crime Capital Of America?! Detroit and Dearborn  Michigan’s Congresswoman leads a battle over Parris Islands training while Her own district is one of the worst in America  several personal visits …

GAVIGAN HOMES AND PARTNERS SHOW SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY FOR HURRICANE SANDY

Gavigan Homes and partners show southern hospitality To NY/NJ for hurricane Sandy Relief for Sandy victims Many restaurants, businesses, churches and residents are collecting donations to benefit victims of Super storm Sandy. For a complete list of donation drop-off locations, go to the Facebook page “Low Country Relief for Victims of Hurricane Sandy.” Whenever a hurricane threatened the Lowcountry, Kate Swisher could …

7 things You will not learn in an Ivy League MBA Program

Would you spend $200,000 on something if it didn’t make you happier? As it turns out, you can invest over $200,000 on a top MBA program these days and while you will on average earn more and have a better network upon graduation, that $200,000 investment does not guarantee you will feel happier. Ten Things They Don’t Tell You In …

Trump plan to boost military spending and Gavigan comments

In Beaufort, Trump plan to boost military spending greeted with optimism, uncertainty President Donald Trump’s announcement last week that he planned to increase defense spending by $54 billion was met with enthusiasm — and a measure of uncertainty — in northern Beaufort County, home to three military installations. “Any discussion of increasing our military spending is encouraging both on a …

From Parris Island to the Lion’s Den

A STORY OF 5TH MARINES AND A SECOND GENERATION I’m Proud to report on the day before we Drink for the Fallen and celebrate our Marine Corps Birthday that a 2nd generation 5th Marine is going home to 5th Marines like his Warrior father before him. The Corps is still alive and will never die as long as they ones …

A safety brief and micromanagement lesson

OLD CORPS WAY // GAVIGAN GROUP BRIEF YESTERDAY Gentlemen & Ladies, I wanted to pass on this Safety brief that I (personally) passed on to the hard working young and old men and women who work for our Company. It was a compilation of previous briefs I was given and then gave as years passed. MY leaders passed to me …

Beaufort businessman paints over graffiti on street signs and a building for sale.

A sign on Billy Gavigan’s office wall reads, “Action = Results.” “I was a Marine,” he says. On Easter Sunday he was riding around the Beaufort area with his young daughter when he took spontaneous action on something that has been gnawing at him for years. He spun his vehicle around, went to Lowe’s and bought paint and supplies. Two …