In a morning “conference call” City Hall meeting, Myrtle Beach City Council voted to follow the cities of North Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Pawleys Island and Horry County in re-opening the town to tourist reservations.
The city will open itself up for tourists beginning tomorrow, May 1st.
Dine-in restaurants and small businesses remain closed by order of S.C. Governor Henry McMaster.
The city’s executive order was signed by Myrtle Beach City Manager, John Pedersen and reads as follows:
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