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Thousands of visitors pack the beach in North Myrtle Beach just steps away from the relative quiet of Atlantic Beach. Atlantic Beach, the small historically black beach town sandwiched between sections of North Myrtle Beach, is undergoing a revitalization according to town manager Benjamin Quattlebaum. New homes are being constructed and oceanfront lots are being marketed to hotels and resorts. June 13, 2022.

1000’s of site visitors pack the seaside in North Myrtle Seaside just measures away from the relative quiet of Atlantic Seaside. Atlantic Beach front, the small traditionally black beach front city sandwiched between sections of North Myrtle Seashore, is undergoing a revitalization according to town supervisor Benjamin Quattlebaum. New residences are getting made and oceanfront plenty are being marketed to motels and resorts. June 13, 2022.

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Your excursion to the seashores in North Myrtle Seaside may possibly appear a small diverse just after the City of North Myrtle Seaside handed new rules.

Town of Myrtle Beach front Ordinance 5-24, which was amended Thursday states that no particular person may spot beachware objects on the seashore to be bought, bought, or leased, besides all those that the Metropolis of North Myrtle Beach sells them selves.

Beach front ware, a expression employed collectively by the Town of Myrtle Beach front, includes:

  • Umbrellas
  • floats
  • seashore chairs
  • lounge chairs
  • Coolers
  • Boogie boards

In a release sent Thursday, the Town of North Myrtle Seashore stated that these new ordinances only halt small business homeowners from marketing on community beaches, not anywhere else.

“If non-public businesses are permitted to interact in concessions operations on the beach front, it erodes the funding source the Town takes advantage of to deliver these crucial products and services,” the press release states. Some of the city’s funding goes to lifeguard services, beach patrol, beach front raking, and trash elimination.

This story was originally published July 1, 2022 12:05 PM.

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