Do city residents get more benefits because they live inside the city limits? Absolutely. As many people have discovered, just because your address says “Myrtle Beach,” that doesn’t mean that you actually live in the City of Myrtle Beach.
A developer is planning a luxury apartment complex on Meyers Avenue, near Farrow Parkway and The Market Common.
A frequent visitor wrote, “We keep getting emails about the crime rate in Myrtle Beach. Do you have any information on this?”
Yes, and thanks for asking!
Based on the following list of commercial and residential construction projects during the past fiscal year, Myrtle Beach is booming. These are just part of the $411 million worth of new construction approved inside the city limits between July 2016 and June 2017.
It’s time to recap Myrtle Beach’s comprehensive response to the Ocean Boulevard shooting, which received much attention in June. In response to that incident, the city immediately took the following steps, which have been successfully implemented.