Myrtle Beach District 107 S.C. Representative Alan Clemmons listed his private residence, as well as, his Myrtle Beach horse farm for sale with Keystone Commercial Realty this week.
Alan Clemmons is an American member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, where he has served since 2002.
Over the past several months, Clemmons applied for two high profile Horry County and Myrtle Beach related government jobs. Clemmons was among four finalists seeking the job of Myrtle Beach City Attorney.
As WMBFnews reported on April 12, 2019: Alan Clemmons, the current South Carolina state representative who is one of four finalists in the running to be Myrtle Beach’s next city attorney, still owes over $10,000 in delinquent property taxes from 2018, according to information from the county treasurer’s website. The city attorney job ultimately went to William Bryan Jr., an attorney for Collins and Lacy Law Firm.
Clemmons also applied for the Horry County Administrator’s job. He withdrew his name on July 8th. Steve Gosnell was chosen by Horry County Council as the new County Administrator.
Clemmons owns another residence in Georgetown County. However, by State Law, Clemmons must continue to live in his district to maintain his seat in the S.C. General Assembly.