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NMB-Myrtle Beach Battle Is Holding Up I-73 Route

Interstate 73,  the long anticipated traffic relief for those leaving Interstate 95 heading to Myrtle Beach has become an all out political football for two competing cities along our coast. Large portions of I-73 have already been completed in North Carolina…. AND  NCDOT Chief Engineer Mike Holder says, “The I-73 extension …

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Just Thankful

Too many times when we see a picture like this one,  our minds immediately turn to politics. This is not a political report. We, at MyrtleBeachSC.com are just thankful that Christ came into the world. Whatever freedoms we have as human beings,  whatever potential we achieve are all made possible …

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Motel Owner Suspects Cover Up – 6 Reasons Why

Myrtle Beach motel owner, Karon Mitchell, helplessly appeared before Myrtle Beach City Council in October 2015 asking for SLED to investigate the Myrtle Beach Police Department and department chief Warren Gall.  City Council refused her request. At her testimony recorded here,  Mitchell states, “I feel I’ve got a cover up going.” …

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Myrtle Beach Enters New Chinese Funded Era

Every city has an era and a place that defines it best.   Orlando has Walt Disney, Disneyworld and its 1970’s beginnings.  New York has The Rockefellers, Roosevelts, J.P. Morgan, Central Park, Manhattan and the early 1900’s.  Asheville, NC has the Vanderbilts, F. Scott Fitzgeral, the Biltmore, the Grove Park Inn …

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City Pushes New Tax In Meeting With Merchants

Myrtle Beach City Government met with the Oceanfront Merchant Association (OMA) today to promote a new tax the city wants to charge all business owners along Ocean Boulevard. The Oceanfront Merchants Association is a collection of more than 42 business owners in the former Pavilion area.  These owners include:  The Gay …

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City Promotes, Then Abandons Fictitious Tourist Numbers

    Last June 9th,  just after Myrtle Beach Mayor (John Rhodes), City Manager (John Pedersen), and all of City Council voted to allow the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce complete control of almost $30 million in tax dollars that the city collects from tourists and each of us annually,  City …

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