Carolina Forest students Bailey Provencal and William Zevgolis address Myrtle Beach City Council in regards to new parking rules on Ocean Boulevard. Carolina Forest students who started a petition protesting new parking regulations on Ocean Boulevard had a chance to talk with Myrtle Beach City Council members Tuesday. After the meeting, in which no change was made to the new plan, students met with council members Randal Wallace, Mayor John Rhodes, Mary Jeffcoat, and Wayne Gray.
Carolina Forest students Bailey Provencal and William Zevgolis address Myrtle Beach City Council in regards to new parking rules on Ocean Boulevard. Carolina Forest students who started a petition protesting new parking regulations on Ocean Boulevard had a chance to talk with Myrtle Beach City Council members Tuesday. After the meeting, in which no change was made to the new plan, students met with council members Randal Wallace, Mayor John Rhodes, Mary Jeffcoat, and Wayne Gray. Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews
Carolina Forest students Bailey Provencal and William Zevgolis address Myrtle Beach City Council in regards to new parking rules on Ocean Boulevard. Carolina Forest students who started a petition protesting new parking regulations on Ocean Boulevard had a chance to talk with Myrtle Beach City Council members Tuesday. After the meeting, in which no change was made to the new plan, students met with council members Randal Wallace, Mayor John Rhodes, Mary Jeffcoat, and Wayne Gray. Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews

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