By Paul Gable In the final act of the lawsuit brought by former Sandlands Landfill owner William Clyburn against Horry County, the fourth circuit court of appeals upheld the right of Horry County to establish a solid waste flow control ordinance. This decision came down as county council is preparing […]Read more ›
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By Paul Gable Local funding for Coast RTA has been a topic of discussion, sometimes heated, for over a year. The desire of Horry County Council to have more membership on the Coast RTA board almost cost the authority one-fourth of its funding from the county in the current fiscal […]Read more ›
By Paul Gable The Horry County Infrastructure and Regulation Committee voted unanimously Thursday to remove construction and demolition waste from regulation under the county’s solid waste flow control ordinance. The amended ordinance will now go to full council with a recommendation for approval. It will take three readings from council […]Read more ›
By Paul Gable The Horry County Council Infrastructure and Regulation Committee will consider an amendment to the county’s solid waste flow control ordinance at its meeting Thursday. According to a source familiar with the change, the amendment will remove the requirement for construction and demolition debris to be disposed at […]Read more ›
By Paul Gable Horry County Council has received information requested from Coast RTA, Myrtle Beach Economic Development Corporation and Horry County Solid Waste Authority regarding compensation packages for the CEO of each. Each agency receives public dollar funding from Horry County and how that funding was allocated became an issue […]Read more ›
By Paul Gable After last week’s contretemps with Coast RTA board members, Horry County Council has decided to request salary, benefit and other information from additional agencies funded with county tax dollars. The Horry County Solid Waste Authority and Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation were asked to provide salary […]Read more ›