Public meetings for the Grand Strand

December 16, 2012 

Monday

•  Myrtle Beach Community Development Block Grant Committee

When | 6 p.m.

Where | first-floor conference room, City Hall, 937 Broadway, Myrtle Beach

Topic | proposed CDBG Annual Action Plan and Budget

•  North Myrtle Beach City Council

When | 7 p.m.

Where | council chambers, City Hall, 1018 Second Ave. S., North Myrtle Beach

Topic | second reading of an ordinance regulating surf fishing; second reading on solid waste fee changes

Tuesday

• Horry County Council Swearing In Ceremony

When | 4 p.m.

Where | council chambers, Horry County Government and Justice Center, 1301 Second Ave., Conway

Topic | swearing in of councilmen who retained their seats in November election

• Horry County Council

When | 6 p.m.

Where | council chambers, Horry County Government and Justice Center, 1301 Second Ave., Conway

Topic | second reading and public review of ordinance regulating laser pointing devices

Wednesday

• Myrtle Beach Community Appearance Board Staff Plan Review

When | 1:30 p.m.

Where | conference room, City Services Building, 921 N. Oak St., Myrtle Beach

Topic | building permit applications including final review of new 5,000 square-foot building with parking lot for Broadhurst office/warehouse and new Anderson Brothers Bank

Thursday

• Myrtle Beach Community Appearance Board

When | 1:30 p.m.

Where | conference rom, City Services Building, 921 N. Oak St., Myrtle Beach

Topic | sign permit applications; building permit applications including final review of new 5,000 square-foot building with parking lot for Broadhurst office/warehouse and new Anderson Brothers Bank

• Georgetown City Council workshop

When | 3 p.m.

Where | council chambers, City Hall, 120 N. Fraser St., Georgetown

Topic | discussion of wastewater treatment plant

• Georgetown City Council meeting

When | 5:30 p.m.

Where | council chambers, City Hall, 120 N. Fraser St., Georgetown

Topic | second reading of an ordinance establishing a Department of Planning and Economic Development, replacing the Department of Building and Planning

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