Myrtle Beach City Council will hold a special meeting at 2 p.m. on Tuesday after three confirmed shootings this weekend.
“[T]he city is concerned about recent criminal behavior and will discuss proposed solutions,” City Spokesman Mark Kruea said in a release to media.
An agenda for the meeting indicates city officials will discuss safety and security measures on Ocean Boulevard, where a shooting in the early hours of Sunday sent seven to the hospital.
Under its normal schedule, the six city council members and mayor would not have met until June 27.
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