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Chamber Prefers A $2.4 Billion Road Above Bacteria Ocean Filtration

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Despite ongoing illnesses associated with bacteria spikes in the Myrtle Beach ocean,  the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber prefers  a $2.4 billion road Despite ongoing illnesses associated with bacteria spikes in the Myrtle Beach ocean,  the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber prefers a $2.4 billion road above and beyond first building a storm …

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NBC Reports: Charlotte Man Sick After Swimming In Myrtle Beach Ocean

Charlotte Man Sick

NBC TV Station WCNC of Charlotte, N.C. reports man diagnosed with bacterial eye infection after swimming in Myrtle Beach. Man became Sick After Swimming in Myrtle Beach Ocean. Healthy thirty something  sick after Swimming in Myrtle Beach Ocean. Today, WCNC Charlotte, an NBC TV affiliate ran its story on David Sigmon, a healthy Charlotte man …

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Child ILL After Swimming In NMB

Ocean Bacteria Sick Child

Update July 5th:  Because of several callous remarks in our comments section by (mainly) Myrtle Beach area locals concerned about money issues above and beyond public safety,  we have removed the names of the family members in this article. North Myrtle Beach Area child swimmer rushed to the emergency room Today,  MyrtleBeachSC.com …

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LOCALS PLAN PARKING FEES PROTEST JULY 1st

RESIDENTS RIGHTS LEADER ADDRESSES A TAX CHARGED CAROLINA FOREST RESIDENTS IN CAROLINA FOREST FREE THE BEACH PROTEST WILL BE HELD JULY 1st. City Government asks county to allow them to lease SPRINGMAID BEACH AREA so as to put up more meters. Tomorrow,  July 1st at 6 a.m. area residents,  members of …

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With Tourism Down Local Leader Says End Tourist Tax

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Local Resident Rights leader says End Tourist Tax in a blistering address. TOURISM DOWN 43% June 2016 Residents say improve the Myrtle Beach brand before giving money to the Myrtle Beach Chamber. With tourism down city-wide over 40% this  June 2016  Residents Rights leader, Ann Dunham  addressed the mayor and city …

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Reese Boyd Will Bring Needed Change To Myrtle Beach

Reese Boyd

Tomorrow,  June 28th, SC Senate District 34 will have a run off election. District S.C. 34 starts north at the end of the Myrtle Beach State Park and runs through Georgetown, S.C. all the way to Mcclellanville, S.C. Reese Boyd is running against Stephen L. Goldfinch, Jr. who currently holds office …

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