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Treatment by city staff makes
Transplant happy to be a resident
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I feel compelled to do something so I am writing this letter.
Recently I did something stupid. Our daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren were visiting until the end of April. The trash cans were full and it was pick-up day. But I forgot to put the trash and recycling out for collection.
I didn't know what to do. So, I went on the internet and found the Myrtle Beach local government information website. There was a telephone number there to call for information. I did, expecting a message of “wait ‘till next week.” A wonderfully cheerful person answered and I explained what I had failed to do and asked for guidance. I was willing to transport the stuff anywhere. He hooked me up with another great person named Kim. She said she would send out a truck to fix my senior moment.
The respectful and helpful manner in which my problem was addressed makes me happy to pay my taxes. Myrtle Beach is a wonderful place to live.
Bill-a recent northern transplant. e
Tent rule enforcement
doesn’t require police
I've been reading many articles on one reason for banning tents is the many hours wasted by the police trying to enforce the regulations. Why are we using police for this? Why not hire college students to enforce the regulations? I truly believe that safety was never the issue. I just have not been able to determine what is the real issue for banning tents.
North Myrtle Beach
Stop arguing and start talking
to find right solution
Recently I’ve seen some different letters addressing our nation’s problem with illegal immigration. I think they bring up some good points. Shouldn’t we the public talk openly about this very real problem even though the national media has completely dropped their coverage?
The other letters are correct, this problem is going to grow out of control if it isn’t addressed soon. I believe the congress should at minimum have a substantive conversation about illegal immigration soon. Certainly we aren’t so naive as to believe that if we just ignore this problem it’ll conveniently go away. It’s here to stay unless we start talking and working together to find a solution.
Monday after the Masters
got start in Columbia
Monday after the Masters actually was started in Columbia by Mr. Jim Engram. The year was 1989 and the event was played at Spring Valley Country Club.
The golf tournament and name was his idea alone. I thought it would be nice to give Jim the proper credit for getting this started. I realize that other people have stepped up big time to make this a national event and that is great for the state of South Carolina.