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WATER TOWER ROAD REOPENS TO TRAFFIC WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 AT 5:00 PM

28 February 2018 - 02:35 PM

Repairs to Water Tower Road between Highway 22 and Highway 31 are complete, and the road will reopen to traffic Wednesday, February 28 at 5:00 p.m.
 
The project was scheduled to take up to three weeks but the contractor was able to complete the work in two weeks.

 


MAYOR MARILYN HATLEY SPEAKS OUT AGAINST OFFSHORE DRILLING

14 February 2018 - 02:38 PM

During a February 13 press conference in Columbia, S.C., organized by Oceana, the world’s largest international ocean conservation and advocacy organization, North Myrtle Beach Mayor Marilyn Hatley joined local and state legislators and citizens from Greenville to Charleston in speaking out against offshore drilling.
 
In her speech Mayor Hatley said that she opposes seismic air gun testing and oil and gas exploration and drilling in the ocean off the coast of North Myrtle Beach and South Carolina because the slight and speculative benefit that would likely accrue to the global energy market from such activity is not worth the potential for a single incident that could cripple local and statewide economies, and ruin natural resources.
 
Mayor Hatley said domestic travelers spend more than $12 billion in South Carolina each year, with a total annual economic impact of about $20 billion. Tourism sustains more than 116,000 jobs statewide, and generates more than $485 million in state and local taxes. Visitor spending on the Grand Strand (Horry and Georgetown Counties combined) totals more than $7 billion annually and supports more than 83,000 jobs, an impressive 80% of which are year-round. More than 17 million people visit the grand strand annually, representing 37% of tourism’s statewide economic impact.
 
“The City of North Myrtle Beach works hard to protect and preserve its 9 miles of beautiful beaches and our other natural resources for the enjoyment of current and future generations of residents and visitors,” Mayor Hatley said. “Preserving these natural attributes is essential to our healthy economy and to our quality of life.”
 
Following her speech, Mayor Hatley joined other state and local legislators, including South Carolina Congressman Mark Sanford, State Representative Greg Duckworth, and State Senator Luke Rankin, at a rally at the State Capitol building in opposition to offshore drilling.
 
The North Myrtle Beach City Council has passed a resolution against offshore drilling and the Council recently resolved to join a proposed lawsuit with other South Carolina coastal communities initiated by the South Carolina Environmental Law Project (SCELP) opposing seismic air gun testing and oil and gas exploration and drilling off the North Myrtle Beach/South Carolina Coast.

 


FIVE HOUSES TO BE MOVED IN NORTH MYRTLE BEACH ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17 BEGINNING AT 9:0...

16 January 2018 - 12:56 PM

Two house moving companies will move five houses located in North Myrtle Beach on Wednesday, January 17, starting at 9:00 a.m.
 
North Myrtle Beach and Horry County law enforcement will be monitoring the project and Santee Cooper will be involved in ensuring safe passage under utility lines.
 
Traffic delays are probable along the routes to be taken. Depending on circumstances, this may be a day-long project and motorists should plan accordingly.
 
THREE HOUSES will be moved from 4400 North Ocean Boulevard to a location outside the city limits. The houses will be transported south on Ocean Boulevard to 2nd Avenue North, then westbound on 2nd Avenue North until they reach Highway 17. They will travel north down Highway 17 to the Cherry Grove exit. The houses will then be transported across Sea Mountain Highway and over the Intracoastal Waterway bridge.
 
TWO HOUSES will be moved to locations within the city limits.
 
One of the houses will be moved from 4400 North Ocean Boulevard to 504 23rd Avenue North, traveling south on Ocean Boulevard.
 
One of the houses will be moved from 4400 North Ocean Boulevard to 1408 Edge Drive. It will travel south along Ocean Boulevard to 7th Avenue South, then westbound to Hillside Drive. Once on Hillside Drive, it will travel south to 11th Avenue South, then west to Edge Drive and its final destination.

 


FACTS -- PAID PUBLIC PARKING IN THE CITY OF NORTH MYRTLE BEACH

12 October 2017 - 10:41 AM

The city of North Myrtle Beach offers about 2,000 public parking spaces. 1,884 of those are free parking spaces and 116 are paid parking spaces. The city charges $1 per hour to park in the paid parking spaces. However, North Myrtle Beach property owners who have a non-commercial vehicle registered within the city limits on which city taxes are paid can acquire a free decal from the City and can park in all public parking spaces at no charge— call (843) 280-5651 for details.
 
The public parking spaces requiring a fee of $1 per hour are located in the public parking lots at 4th Avenue North (oceanfront), 3rd Avenue North (oceanfront), 4th Avenue South (second row) and 27th Avenue South (oceanfront).
 
These paid public parking spaces are NOT part of an initiative to move toward creating wholesale paid public parking in North Myrtle Beach. The four paid public parking lots are located adjacent to large accommodations. Many of their employees used to park all day in those parking lots, despite their employers having provided them with other parking opportunities. The City asked the accommodations to encourage their employees to park elsewhere, so that residents and visitors who are not working or staying at those accommodations could have the opportunity to use the parking spaces. The City made this request after receiving many complaints from residents and visitors alike. The employees did not change their practice, so the City turned the spaces into paid parking spaces. This has resulted in more parking spaces being available for use by residents and visitors.

 


SPONSORSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE FOR "THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT SHOW" IN NORTH MYRTLE...

01 September 2017 - 07:43 PM

Sponsorships are now available for The Great Christmas Light Show. Applications are due by September 15.
 
For more information about sponsorships, please visit here: https://tinyurl.com/y9f6xrk2
 
Those interested in sponsorships can also email Angel Rabon at larabon@nmb.us.
 
ABOUT THE GREAT CHRISTMAS LIGHT SHOW
 
The Great Christmas Light Show is a park-wide lighted celebration that is sure to capture the true spirit of the season! The drive through light show will run November 24 through December 31 and feature almost 2 million lights festively displayed along a 1.5 mile drive throughout the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex. Over 500 magical light displays, some up to 55 feet tall, have been custom made for The Great Christmas Light Show.
 
According to the North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation Department, which manages The Great Christmas Light Show, visitors will experience "20 enchanting animated figures and holiday scenes where the lights will come to life. NEW for this year is a section of light displays that come alive to synchronized music."
 
After the driving through the Light Show, everyone is invited to park their car and visit Santa’s Village where they can enjoy hot chocolate and s’mores, get an up close look at the lights on the Santa Express Train Ride, stroll 600 feet on the lighted boardwalk, experience the Go Ape Lighted Tree Top Adventure, go tubing down Santa’s new 40-foot inflatable slide and, of course, meet Santa!

 


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