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January 28, 2013 5:37 PM

Repeal of trash regulation could mean financial pinch for Horry residents in long run

The county’s solid waste ordinance - enacted in 2009 - requires all trash within Horry County to be dumped in the local landfill. It is the only ordinance of its kind within the state, and private garbage haulers say it creates a monopoly.

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