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  • Horry County officials talk Bikefest plans

    Coastal Alliance members, including leaders from Briarcliffe Acres, Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, North Myrtle Beach and Horry County, were briefed on Bikefest safety plans Wednesday morning. Horry County Emergency Management Director Randy Webster said recommendations were made to improve security, traffic control and communications. The details of the plans and improvements recommended from last year's Memorial Day weekend will be hammered out in the coming months as a special task force prepares for the 2016 Atlantic Beach Bikefest.

Horry County officials talk Bikefest plans

Coastal Alliance members, including leaders from Briarcliffe Acres, Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, North Myrtle Beach and Horry County, were briefed on Bikefest safety plans Wednesday morning. Horry County Emergency Management Director Randy Webster said recommendations were made to improve security, traffic control and communications. The details of the plans and improvements recommended from last year's Memorial Day weekend will be hammered out in the coming months as a special task force prepares for the 2016 Atlantic Beach Bikefest.
Emily Weaver eweaver@thesunnews.com