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Horry County Requests Surfside Beach Change Election Dates

Surfside Beach Town Hall

Sandra Martin, Director of the Horry County Registration and Elections Commission, sent a formal letter to the Surfside Beach town council requesting that the city move its future election dates to the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of odd numbered years.  The letter states that the State …

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Merchants Launch Myrtle Beach Jewish Chamber Of Commerce

Jewish Chamber Launched

A group of long standing and multi-generational Myrtle Beach merchants announced last week that they are launching the Myrtle Beach Jewish Chamber of Commerce.   Businesswoman, Michelle Cohen, made the announcement to Mayor Bethune and Myrtle Beach City Council. Highly regarded downtown business leader, Tuvia Wilkes, likes the idea.  Said Wilkes, …

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CITY RESIDENTS SET UP GO FUND ME PAGE TO FIGHT CHAMBER

Carla Schuessler

All involved say that the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber has no intentions of actually going into court.  Their intentions are, through ongoing filings and depositions, to drive up the cost of the residents’ legal fees, financially ruining the group.  This makes the case a marathon event.  MBACC can actually fight …

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Karon Versus Goliath

Karon Mitchell Vs Goliath

An overwhelming force, which included 15 of the most powerful people along the Grand Strand, did a “no holds barred” attack on life-long Myrtle Beach resident, Karon Mitchell. Said Carla Schuessler, MBACC Board President, “The legal action filed by Karon Mitchell against the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is a …

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Warren Impressive At Market Common Rally

John Warren

John Warren is running for Governor of South Carolina.  He faces Catherine Templeton and Henry McMaster in the June 12th primary. Last night Warren held a campaign event at Market Common.  Afterwards, he fielded questions from the group.  His answers were straightforward, honest and showed a knowledge for the issues …

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