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CITY RESIDENTS SAY WE'VE HAD ENOUGH

Candidates & Residents Say “They’ve Had Enough”

Candidates running in the Fall Myrtle Beach Mayor and City Council races spoke with residents at Caldas Pizza located at 1311 North Kings Highway last night.  Business owners who have been threatened by the city also spoke, as well as, those who said they have “had enough”.  The event was attended by the candidates, business owners, bikers, city and county residents.

Speakers covered multiple topics.  Business owner Andrew Paulussen said, “We need city leaders, not city looters.” Mr. Paulussen owns House Parts, located in the Super Block of Myrtle Beach.  The city is discussing taking his property through eminent domain. The city of Myrtle Beach plans to put up a private library and private children’s museum at that location.  Residents believe these actions, taken by city government, are not legal.

The central message was a need for a more transparent, more accountable and less invasive Myrtle Beach city government.  Mayoral candidates Ed Carey and Mark McBride headlined the event.

FOR A DRAMA FATIGUED CITY, CAREY OFFERS SMART LEADERSHIP

MARK MCBRIDE – PRINCIPLES MATTER

ANN DUNHAM – MYRTLE BEACH WATCHDOG FOR CITY COUNCIL

MATTHEW HARDEE – TERM LIMITS, DISBAND THE DRC

MIKE HOBEIKA – LIFE LONG RESIDENT SAYS NEVER QUIT

MEET CD ROSA – CANDIDATE MYRTLE BEACH MAYOR

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Born in 1961, David is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at MyrtleBeachSC.com

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