Public meetings for the Grand Strand

May 11, 2014 

Monday

•  Horry County Public Safety Committee

When | 3 p.m.

Where | council conference room, Horry County Government & Justice Center, 1301 Second Ave., Conway

Topic | resolution on texting and driving; updates on spring bike rally and tent ban

•  Horry County Board of Education

When | 6 p.m.

Where | district office, 335 Four Mile Road, Conway

Topic | school building plans

Tuesday

• Myrtle Beach City Council workshop

When | 9 a.m.

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

Topic | meet general manager of Myrtle Beach Sports Center; choose executive search firm to search for city manager Tom Leath’s replacement

• Myrtle Beach City Council meeting

When | 2 p.m.

Where | council chambers, Ted C. Collins Law Enforcement Center, 1101 N. Oak St., Myrtle Beach

Topic | updated business license ordinance

• Horry County Council Budget workshop

When | 3 p.m.

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

Topic | changes to proposed budget;

• Surfside Beach Town Council

When | 6:30 p.m.

Where | Council Chambers, Town Hall, 115 U.S. 17 N., Surfside Beach

Topic | Three new councilmen will take oaths of office.

Wednesday

• Myrtle Beach Special Events Technical Review Committee

When | 9 a.m.

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

Topic | several approved and requested special events

• Myrtle Beach Downtown Redevelopment Corp.

When | 2 p.m.

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

Topic | updates on branding process, permanent public restroom, municipal improvement district, and other items

Thursday

• Myrtle Beach Community Appearance Board

When | 1:30 p.m.

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

Topic | various sign and building permit applications

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