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Healing Horry County Moving Forward

“For the past 67 days of divided county government, it has cost us $96.4 million to operate the county based on its current 2019 total budget.“ In his Tuesday testimony, County Administrator Chris Eldridge stated that he only notified former Chairman Mark Lazarus, Councilman Tyler Servant, Councilman Gary Loftus, and …

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Surfside Beach Votes Unanimously To De-fund I-73

Surfside Beach Town Hall

Surfside Beach held a special city council meeting last night to consider adopting the same city ordinances approved by Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. Surfside Beach City Council voted unanimously 7 to 0 to keep all hospitality funds inside the city. This vote terminates the city’s payments to Horry …

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Horry County Calls Special Meeting Concerning Eldridge & Carotti

Horry County has called a special meeting tomorrow concerning human resource issues related to top administrative staff. March 5th: 3:30 p.m.-Horry County Council Special Meeting, Horry County Government & Justice Center, 1301 Second Avenue, Council Chambers, Conway. This event is open to the public for public input and residents are …

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I-73 Funding Terminated By 3 Coastal Cities

Despite protests from Mark Lazarus -former Horry County Council Chairman, Karen Riorden – Myrtle Beach Area Chamber C.E.O., and Tony Cox – SCDOT Highway Commissioner, Myrtle Beach City Council voted unanimously on a first reading to cease a 1.5% county hospitality tax payment on Tuesday, February 26th. The Hospitality Tax …

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Surfside Residents Rally To Support P&Z, Wronged Attorney

Surfside Beach

SUPPORT P&Z and help pay this wronged lawyer who did thousands of dollars of legal work on behalf of residents. Your $10 gift will be presented to Surfside Beach Mayor and City Council by proclamation. The Honorable Benjamin H. Culbertson ruled today that the town of Surfside Beach will not be …

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Russell Fry Key Vote In Moving Constitutional Carry

Representative Jonathan Hill introduced a “Constitutional Carry” bill in the SC House. “Constitutional Carry” though is a loosely defined term that even the most knowledgeable gun rights advocates cannot agree upon. Thus it is not enough to state the intent of the bill; the real question is: What will it …

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