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Beach Water Pollution, Hurricanes, Rip Tides, And Jelly Fish Updates

Myrtle Beach Lifeguards Found Not Certified

Myrtle Beach Lifeguards

A lifeguard contracted with Lacks Beach Service asleep at his post in July Myrtle Beach Lifeguards Suspended Myrtle Beach has been invaded by hordes of  Jellyfish just this week.  Over 100 stings from Jellyfish have sent visiting children to Myrtle Beach lifeguard stands for treatment in the past 3 days. Myrtle Beach’s Sun …

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Child ILL After Swimming In NMB

Ocean Bacteria Sick Child

Update July 5th:  Because of several callous remarks in our comments section by (mainly) Myrtle Beach area locals concerned about money issues above and beyond public safety,  we have removed the names of the family members in this article. North Myrtle Beach Area child swimmer rushed to the emergency room Today,  MyrtleBeachSC.com …

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CBS TV 13 Reports On Myrtle Beach DHEC Swim Advisories

Swim Advisory

Update June 8th:  24th Avenue North Area Tests 3 Times Above Safe “Is is fair to ask that Myrtle Beach should never have even one unsafe reading from our ocean waters?  Our children and grandchildren play in these waters.  We should put these Myrtle Beach water issues ahead of any marketing concerns.” …

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Bacteria Levels In Myrtle Beach: 5 Times Too High

Breakers Testing

Bacteria Levels In Myrtle Beach test 5 times above safe swimming     The most recent May 24th  testing for bacteria levels  in Myrtle Beach showed a 557 near Breakers Resort.   Those results were taken at 24th Avenue North. This oceanfront location is just  3 blocks from Breakers Resort Hotel. …

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MB Chamber Employs Scorched Earth Policies

North Myrtle Beach

The City of North Myrtle Beach Gets The Ongoing Highest Ocean Water Quality Ratings from the S.C. Department Of Health and Environmental Control  (DHEC) The narrative by the Myrtle Beach Chamber keeps changing.  First it was, “these are all lies.”   Now it is “Every other beach is dirty too” …

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Water Quality, Ethics Issues Accelerate Statewide Meltdown

Dhec Map

Locals have informed us they believe that the hundreds of thousands currently being spent by the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce to find a marketable consumer message could actually be better spent towards fixing the 14 drainage problem areas in the city of Myrtle Beach. In what amounted to multiple meltdowns state-wide yesterday,  ethics …

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