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Myrtle Beach Works To Get Off List of Dirtiest Beaches

VIEW MYRTLE BEACH’S CURRENT ELEVATED BACTERIA RATINGS HERE ____________________________________________ In 2009 Business Insider rated Myrtle Beach as among the 12 dirtiest beaches in America. Business Insider stated: Major Offenses: Tested repeatedly for high levels of bacteria for the last three years. In 2013, the Greenville News (Greenville SC) reported that …

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CITY RESOURCES FOR NO SWIM ADVISORY

MyrtleBeachSC.com’s article on Monday correctly stated that the City Of Myrtle Beach is under a LONG TERM SWIM ADVISORY by the department of health and environmental control of the state of South Carolina. This advisory was posted because of elevated bacteria levels on the beaches inside of the city limits.   In that story …

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HEALTH DEPARTMENT: SWIMMING NOT ADVISED IN MYRTLE BEACH

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HEALTH DEPARTMENT ISSUES NO SWIM ADVISORY UPDATE JUNE 7th: LOCAL CBS NEWS COVERS NO SWIM ADVISORY ISSUES UPDATE JULY 20th:  DOWNTOWN AREA TESTS 40 TIMES TOO HIGH FOR  SAFE SWIMMING BACTERIA LEVELS The South Carolina Department of Environmental Control  (DHEC) has put out a Swimming Not Advised  (no swim advisory) alert for …

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Residents Angered By High Bacteria Levels On Beaches

Residents Angered Market Common The NRDC has put out a new KNOW BEFORE YOU GO Ocean Water Quality rating system to inform tourists and residents concerning beaches in America. Myrtle Beach’s water quality currently gets a (YELLOW)  unacceptable rating from the NRDC. CLICK ON THE MAP ABOVE TO SEE THE NRDC CURRENT BEACH RATINGS …

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Myrtle Beach Downtown Redevelopment Uncovers Issues

What do I-73, Myrtle Beach Ocean Water Quality, A National Environmentalist, a Beaufort Senator, The Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, Myrtle Beach City Government, Horry County Government, Chinese Investors, Myrtle Beach Corporations, and Myrtle Beach Downtown Redevelopment all have in common?   Turns out,  a lot. As we reported this week, …

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CRIME STORIES: City Addresses Citizens About Crime

 FACT:  Neighborhood Scout ranks Myrtle Beach as the 17th most dangerous city in America. On Tuesday,  Myrtle Beach local Bennie Swans addressed Myrtle Beach City Council concerning crime in Myrtle Beach and in his neighborhood in particular. In a well prepared and well rehearsed manner,  John Pedersen,  City Manager Myrtle Beach, responded on behalf …

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