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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

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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Despite pleadings from Myrtle Beach Area Chamber C.E.O. Karen Riorden, former Horry County Council Chairman Mark Lazarus, and SCDOT Commissioner Tony Cox, Myrtle Beach City Council voted unanimously today on a first reading of an ordinance that will terminate a 1.5% tax the city has been paying to Horry County. …

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