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City Government Opposition Grows

The group Make Myrtle Beaches Free, Clean and Safe launched just over one year ago.  The group is now among the strongest anti-incumbent voice in Myrtle Beach.  With over 7,500 active members,  the success of this group encouraged Myrtle Beach Area Chamber  of Commerce C.E.O. Brad Dean to even start his …

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City Of North Myrtle Beach Has Best Year Ever

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After a rash of downtown shootings, a viral video of a downtown shootout, coupled with a viral post of a mother who fell ill after being in the waters at Myrtle Beach, the city of Myrtle Beach is projected to be down from 20 percent to 30 percent Summer 2017. …

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Sky Dive Myrtle Beach

Horry County Attorney Arrigo Carroti recently reversed Horry County’s position on 112 allegations the county used in 2015 to force a popular attraction, Skydive Myrtle Beach, out of business. obtained the following email exchange where S.C. District 104 Representative Greg Duckworth referred the matter to S.C. Attorney General Alan …

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Make Myrtle Beaches Free, Clean and Safe Celebrates First Year

What started out as a city ordinance to discourage parking in the Golden Mile of Myrtle Beach has turned into a growing resident voice of now over 7,500 people. This month, the group, Make Myrtle Beaches Free, Clean and Safe is celebrating its first full year of coming together as a …

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Myrtle Beach Chamber Goes After Council Candidate

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All 26 board members of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce published a letter to the editor of the Sun News yesterday entitled, Tourism tax is working well, and chamber is a good steward of those funds.  Afterwards, Myrtle Beach Area Chamber  (MBACC) favored incumbent Randal Wallace quickly shared the …

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Horry County May Pay $33.5 Million For False Claims Against Private Business

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Horry County Reverses Story on Skydive Myrtle Beach Alleged Violations Investigative Reporter Paul Gable of the, exposes how Horry County filed 112 allegations against a private attraction.  The county no longer stands behind its own claims. “It now appears that Horry County created an entirely fictitious case of safety …

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