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May 3, 2014 9:00 AM

Editorial | Myrtle Beach library fee would add up to double taxation

Myrtle Beach City Council members appeared somewhat surprised at the possibility of requiring a $125 annual subscription fee to use the Chapin Memorial Library and since hearing the proposal they have said they’ll consider other revenue options to avoid the library fee.

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