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Two Coastal Cities On Tilt

Tuesday, March 26th witnessed two coastal towns, Myrtle Beach and Surfside Beach, equally in full tilt. Myrtle Beach City Council authorized the city of Myrtle Beach to go into secret inter-governmental meetings with Surfside Beach, North Myrtle Beach, and Horry County [among others] over I-73 funding. However, shortly into the …

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Myrtle Beach continues to run Horry County

With today’s city council vote, one of the least transparent cities in America continues its forty year run controlling Horry County. Horry County residents were shocked and dismayed by the vote from County Council last night delaying the termination of a $25 million annual SCDOT contract until Chairman Gardner could …

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Carotti worked to influence SLED investigation

Publisher’s Opinion Emails between Horry County Attorney Arrigo Carotti and State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) agents last January run the gamet from “1970’s Deep Throat” to a bureaucratic lawyer who believes he has the right to advise and consent the outcomes of an investigation concerning his employer. Such is the …

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County Council To Weigh Future Of Eldridge & I- 73

On Monday at 6 p.m. Horry County Council will hold a special session to discuss the future of the SCDOT/I-73 contract. The agenda also includes voting on the continued employment of County Administrator Chris Eldridge. The meeting was called by Chairman Gardner on Thursday via email. CLEANING UP PAST ISSUES …

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Mande Wilkes considers District 107 seat

On Wednesday, Fitsnews of Columbia informed local residents about Alan Clemmons’ pursuit of a new job as Myrtle Beach City Attorney. Current City Attorney Tom Ellenburg has announced he will retire this June. Clemmons represents District 107 which runs from Market Common to Briarcliffe Acres along the S.C. coast. If …

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U-turn in I-73 Funding. MB pledges $7.5 million

When three coastal cities chose to de-fund former County Council Chairman Mark Lazarus’ signature SCDOT I-73 funding agreement, locals found it odd that Congressman Tom Rice, Assemblyman Alan Clemmons, and Senator Luke Rankin were silent on that issue. Funding I-73 has been among those politicians’ key initiatives as well. Yesterday, …

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People Empowering People – Meet Nancy Camacho

Social media certainly comes with its own good and bad. It has definitely proven to have its positive qualities such as connecting long lost friends and family or grandparents being able to visit online with their grandchildren. Negatives are just as many with bullying, fake news and wasting of time …

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Voided Myrtle Beach sale includes fraud and McNair Law Firm

“McNair Law Firm intentionally withheld material information about the September [2015] Sales from the two mortgage holders to conceal numerous assets in violation of federal and state law” Lane Jefferies [McNair’s Lawyer] knew about and, more importantly, was concerned about Gabby’s wire. This proves he knew about the illicit funds …

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