Will Myrtle Beach issue hurricane-repair permits at no cost?
Myrtle Beach will issue hurricane-repair permits at no cost. During Tuesday’s meeting, the Myrtle Beach City Council granted a waiver on building permit fees for any repairs associated with damage from Hurricane Ian. TRENDING: 1 person taken to hospital following house fire in Darlington
What is the commercial for Myrtle Beach?
”It’s a 30-minute commercial for Myrtle Beach and it’s doing exactly what we hoped it to do, which is elevate the more than 2,000 restaurants that we have on the Grand Strand and show people that we are the beach and we are golf but we also have an unbelievably diverse and delicious culinary scene,” she told the Myrtle Beach city council Oct. 11.
How much damage to Myrtle Beach?
The city’s preliminary estimates show that public and private properties in Myrtle Beach took on a total of$2,685,792 in damage from Hurricane lan last week. According to city officials, private homes and businesses received an estimated $1.6 million whereas city properties received $1.1 million in damages.
Is 'Winter Wonderland at the beach' coming back to Myrtle Beach?
A winter wonderland will be returning to Myrtle Beach this holiday season. On Tuesday, the city council approved a special events permit for "Winter Wonderland at the Beach" to return for a second year . TRENDING: Conway offers survey, considers consumption zone in downtown district