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, December 12, 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: November 14, 2017
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: November 14, 2017
NON-AGENDA ITEMS FROM PUBLIC: 30 Minute Time Limit
PUBLIC REQUESTS, PRESENTATIONS, AWARDS, MEMORIALS:
Resolution R2017-61 to recognize the Pee Dee Street Rodders Annual “Run to the Sun” as a community-wide event and confirming the city’s co-sponsorship of the event March 15 – 17, 2018.
Resolution R2017-63 to authorize the temporary obstruction for construction purposes of 864 square feet portion of an alley located adjacent to 7100 N. Ocean Blvd to Pro-Tec Waterproofing for a construction and staging area for the Ocean Reef to run from December 12, 2017 through June 30, 2018.
Motion M2017-123 to appoint one member to the Convention Center Hotel Board of Directors to replace G. Yvette Jefferson who has resigned. This term expires July 25, 2019.
We have one resume.
Motion M2017-141 to appoint one member to the Senior Advisory Committee to replace Suzanne DeVandry who has resigned. This term will expire March 8, 2018.
We have no resumes at this time.
Motion M2017-142 to appoint/reappoint two members to the Recreation Advisory Committee. The term of Perry Thomas is up and Casey Dornhecker has resigned.
Mr. Thomas wishes to continue.
Motion M2017-147 to accept a Law Enforcement Network (LEN) (Grant no. 2JC18015) from the South Carolina Department of Public Safety in the amount of $10,000 to fund highway safety activities, training, equipment and incentives related to traffic safety programs. No local match required.
Motion M2017-148 to accept a Federal Financial Assistance to Firefighters (Grant no. EMW-2016-FO-01751) from the Department of Homeland Security in the amount of $227,375 to fund the installation of an exhaust capture system in fire station vehicle apparatus bays to eliminate employee exposure to diesel exhaust and residue. A 10% local match of $22,737 has been budgeted.
Motion M2017-149 to accept a grant in the amount of $68,417 from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division Office of Homeland Security (Grant no. 17SHSP21) on behalf of the Myrtle Beach Fire Department for the purchase of equipment to aid the Pee Dee Regional WMD/HazMat Team. No local match required.
Motion M2017-150 to accept a grant in the amount of $67,000 from the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, Office of Homeland Security (Grant no. 17SHSP31) on behalf of the Myrtle Beach Fire Department for the purchase of equipment to aid the Pee Dee Regional Collapse Search & Rescue Team. No local match required.
Motion M2017-151 to accept a donation from the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce to the Recreation Department in the amount of $10,000 to defray the cost of promotional items for distribution to potential visitors and event planners.
Motion M2017-152 to accept an Alliance for Community Trees and CSX Tree Restoration program grant in the amount of $6,500 to defray the cost of a Riparian Planting Project in the Grand Park linear park extension. No matching funds required.
Motion M2017-153 to replace Phillip Stalvey who has resigned from the Board of Zoning Appeals. We have one resume.
Motion M2017-154 to extend to December 31, 2036 the maturity dates of three promissory notes by and between Swansgate Apts III, LP, as borrower, and the City of Myrtle Beach, as lender, one dated February 15, 2000, in the amount of $135,000 and the other two dated November 10, 1999, in the amounts of $14,100.78 and $43,584.26; to subordinate the City’s interests in those loans for the purpose of allowing the developer to secure new financing for Swansgate III; and to authorize the City Manager to execute such documents as may be necessary and proper to accomplish these purposes.
Motion M2017-155 to name the bike lanes along N. Ocean Blvd between 77th Ave. N and 82nd Parkway the Curtis Fredericks bike lanes.
Motion M2017-156 to recognize the late F. Carroll Taylor for his service and honor him with a plaque at the 62nd Avenue North dune crossover.
2nd Reading Ordinance 2017-55 An ordinance to amend Chapter 12 Motor Vehicles and Traffic, Article V, Rental of Mopeds, Scooters and Golf Carts Rental and Operation, in Division 2, Rental Agencies Regulations, enacting Section 12-175 to provide that it is unlawful to rent rental conveyances without a franchise.
2nd Reading Ordinance 2017-56 An ordinance granting a franchise to rent conveyances regulated by Chapter 12, Article VI, within the City of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Motion M2017-143 to renew the City Manager’s contract.
Motion M2017-144 to issue a Rule to Show Cause to require the owner(s) or parties in interest of property known as 209 26th Ave South, to 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 M2017-146 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 November 22, 2017 shows 18 vehicles and memo dated December 6, 2017, shows 13 additional vehicles.
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.