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April 4, 2014 4:10 PM

Myrtle Beach, performing arts community likely would share costs of operating new facility

Members of the arts community are working with Myrtle Beach city staff to determine how much it would cost to operate a proposed $10 million performing arts center and who will pay for it. City staff and members of the Myrtle Beach Performing Arts Center board are expected to present a budget to City Council on April 22, days before council members will head to their annual budget retreat, which is scheduled for April 27 to 29 in Pinopolis.

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