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City should slow parking plan, consider suggestions to improve

Myrtle Beach City Council members may not feel they have rushed a radical new parking plan on North Ocean Boulevard, and certainly the council has had considerable discussion. Nevertheless, some council members have acknowledged reservations – even confusion – and whatever time and study the council has devoted to the issue, the plan approved and moving toward implementation is flawed.

Editorials

Writer believes that county allows litter to pile up

The litter in Horry County is way out of control. I heard what sounded like a lawn mower on Myrtle Ridge Drive. For people who do not know where Myrtle Ridge Drive is, its the racetrack between U.S. 501 and S.C. 544, where half of the road has a speed limit of 25 mph and half has a 40 mph speed, but generally the cars do 60 to 70 mph.

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Writer believes that county allows litter to pile up

The litter in Horry County is way out of control. I heard what sounded like a lawn mower on Myrtle Ridge Drive. For people who do not know where Myrtle Ridge Drive is, its the racetrack between U.S. 501 and S.C. 544, where half of the road has a speed limit of 25 mph and half has a 40 mph speed, but generally the cars do 60 to 70 mph.

Letters to the Editor

Writer thanks those who returned purse

Recently, I went shopping at the Wal-Mart (at Middle Ridge) in Conway. As I had made quite a few purchases, it required taking the shopping cart into the parking lot to unload all the items in my car. I then navigated the cart to the cart corral and ventured home to unpack all my purchases.

Letters to the Editor

Veteran grateful for honor flight

I was fortunate to be on the recent Honor Flight to Washington D.C. Kelli Jayroe and Stacey Kosiek, both of the Lakes of Litchfield, did a wonderful job. Bill Krzyle, Walter and Angela Kollet all did a magnificent job. I’m sure there were many more people involved in the planning, but these individuals I met personally.

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