HOLDEN BEACH—Former town commissioner Charlie Boyle, known for his commitment to bringing sewer to the island as well as his devotion to Clemson sports, died last week of a heart attack.
“He was known as Mr. Sewer,” Holden Beach Commissioner Sandy Miller said this week. “That was one of his goals for the island. It took a long time and a lot of persuading, but he got it done.
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