NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -- The North Myrtle Beach City Council met in a regularly scheduled meeting on July 18.
Several items were on the agenda which can be read here.
Prior to the scheduled meeting City Council Members held an executive session to discuss several items. No votes were taken.
The items below were approved:
Several other items were deferred and postponed at the request of a developer regarding the Parkway Group Planned Development District at the proposed Village at Waterway Hills.
Other items on the agenda were approved unanimously during the second reading.
Council members also approved the first reading of an ordinance regulating the size of new home construction.
The minimum size approved for a one-story home is 900 square feet. The minimum size for a two-story home is 1,300 square feet. Council-member Jay Baldwin asked for clarification about whether the square footage relates to livable space. Planning Director Jim Wood said that the square footage relates to habitable space and the wording of the ordinance would reflect that upon second reading.
To read the agenda and the accompanying documents click here.
If the link does not work for you, please visit nmb.us, click on the Agendas & Minutes, then click on the July 18 agenda.