The Myrtle Beach City Council meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. The workshop is at 9 a.m., followed by the regular meeting at 2:00 p.m.
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City Council Agenda
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
9:00 a.m., Workshop
2:00 p.m., Council Meeting
Ted C. Collins Law Enforcement Center
1101 North Oak Street, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
John Rhodes, Mayor
W. Wayne Gray
Mike Lowder, Mayor Pro Tem
Dr. Philip Render
CITIZENS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND AND PARTICIPATE. THOSE WHO WISH TO ADDRESS COUNCIL ARE ASKED TO SIGN IN BEFORE THE MEETING AND STATE THEIR NAMES PRIOR TO SPEAKING. A TOTAL OF 30 MINUTES WILL BE PROVIDED AT THE BEGINNING OF THE MEETING FOR NON-AGENDA PUBLIC ISSUES. ADDITIONAL TIME WILL BE PROVIDED AT THE END OF THE MEETING AS NEEDED.
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CALL TO ORDER: Mayor John Rhodes
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
APPROVAL OF WORKSHOP MINUTES: January 10, 2017
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: January 10, 2017
NON-AGENDA ITEMS FROM PUBLIC: 30 Minute Time Limit
PUBLIC REQUESTS, PRESENTATIONS, AWARDS, MEMORIALS:
2nd Reading Ordinance 2017-02 An ordinance to amend Chapter 15, Planning and Development, Article IV, Redevelopment Areas and Incentives, enacting Section 15.53.1 to provide for financial incentives to encourage specific targeted businesses with a bonus for businesses located in the Kings Highway Business Development Corridor; Carver Street Renaissance Area; the South Mixed Use Area and the International Technology Aeronautics Park.
2nd Reading Ordinance 2017-03 An ordinance to amend Section 1407.C of the Zoning Ordinance to add barbershops, beauty salons, and cosmetologists in the LM (Limited Manufacturing) Zone.
2nd Reading Ordinance 2017-04 An ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 2016-44, the 2016-17 Budget Ordinance, to estimate additional revenues and appropriate funding for concession operations in sports tourism and the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.
1st Reading Ordinance 2017-05 An ordinance to rezone property located at 5919 Woodside Dr (Pin #421-211-01-0015) from R-10 (Single Family Residential) to MU-M (Mixed Use Medium Density) for the purpose of installing “Tiny Houses.”
1st Reading Ordinance 2017-06 An ordinance to amend Ordinance No. 2016-44, the 2016-17 budget ordinance to establish an appropriation for the enhancement of beach safety services within the City of Myrtle Beach.
Resolution R2017-03 allowing horses to be ridden on the beach during the American Heart Association Ride-A-Thon on November 4, 2017.
Resolution R2017-04 granting a Special Event Permit to Palmetto Event Productions, Inc. on behalf of the Downtown Redevelopment Corporation for the “Myrtle Beach Food Truck Festival” on April 1, 2017, and affirming the city’s co-sponsorship.
Resolution R2017-05 granting a Special Event Permit to Palmetto Event Productions, Inc. on behalf of the Downtown Redevelopment Corporation for the “2017 Myrtle Beach Seafood Festival” on October 6-7, 2017, and affirming the city’s co-sponsorship.
Resolution R2017-06 to amend R2016-54 setting forth rates, hours of operation and other matters relating to the city’s paid parking program.
Resolution R2017-07 declaring the intention of the City of Myrtle Beach to reimburse itself for certain expenses with the proceeds of general obligation bonds to be issued by the City in 2017.
Resolution R2017-08 to authorize the temporary obstruction for construction purposes of 3,500 square feet portion of an alley located adjacent to 1,400 N. Ocean Blvd to protect waterproofing for a construction and staging area for the Yachtsman to run from February 1, 2017 through April 1, 2017.
M2017-01 to appoint two
members to the Chapin Memorial Library Board to replace Mona Prufer and
Susan Stevens who have resigned.
Ms. Prufer’s term will expire March 23, 2017 and Ms.
Stevens’ term will expire March 23, 2018.
appoint/reappoint four members to the Seniors Advisory Committee to replace
Kathleen Soltis who has resigned and Catherine Nelson, Patty Sleem and
Brenda Watkins Noel.
Ms. Soltis term will expire October 27, 2018 and the
terms of Mmes. Nelson, Sleem and Noel will expire March 8, 2017.
appoint/reappoint three members to the Human Rights Commission to replace
Gwendolyn Simmons-Jones and Da’Vita Gidron who have resigned and Barbara
McKelvey whose term will expire February 22, 2017.
The terms of Mmes. Simmons-Jones and Nelson will
expire February 22, 2018 and September 28, 2018.
appoint/reappoint two members to the Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee.
The terms of Mary Frances Tall and Joseph Washington
will expire February 22, 2017.
appoint/reappoint two members to the Beach Advisory Committee.
The terms of Skeeter Nash and Red Waldorf will expire
February 22, 2017.
Motion M2017-12 to appoint/reappoint two members to the Cemetery Committee. The terms of Charles Fullwood and Ruth Gore will expire February 22, 2017. Both wish to continue.
appoint/reappoint three members to the Board of Zoning Appeals.
The terms of
William Dickson, Rock Smith and Carl Sivertsen will
expire February 22, 2017.
Motion M2017-13 to render a decision on the revocation of the business license for Natalia’s Bar & Grill.
Motion M2017-14 to render a decision on the revocation of the business license for Pure Ultra Club, LLC.
Motion M2017-15 to issue a Rule to Show Cause to require the owner(s) or parties in interest of property known as 1401 South Ocean Blvd., to appear before City Council and show cause why they should not be ordered to bring the property into compliance with Chapter 10 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Myrtle Beach.
Motion M2017-17 to declare certain vehicles abandoned or derelict pursuant to the authority of Article 41 of Title 56 South Carolina Code of Laws 2001. Memo dated January 18, 2017 shows 33 vehicles.
Motion M2017-18 to consider the recommendations of the Accommodations Tax Local Advisory Committee.
NON-AGENDA ITEMS FROM THE PUBLIC
COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY BOARDS/COMMISSION MEMBERS
COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY COUNCIL AND CITY MANAGER
REPORTS AND INFORMATION PRESENTATIONS FROM CITY STAFF
Council may take action on matters discussed in Executive Session.