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The proposed Horry County developments include Lennar Carolina’s request to rezone close to 300 acres where U.S. 501 and S.C. 31 intersect in the Myrtle Beach area, and two requests from G3 Engineering of about 55 acres on S.C. 90 and about 100 acres on S.C. 905 both in Conway.

New York City native, Dennis DiSabato, may not have been born and raised in Horry County, but he considers it home. The council vice chairman has been a part of county government since his election in 2016 and is now on his second term.

Johnny Vaught, Horry County councilmember, represents District 8, which encompasses most of Horry County from U.S. 501 to S.C. 544. District eight backs up until in reaches the Waccamaw River, and includes a portion of Carolina Forest and Forestbrook. 

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If elected April 13 to the city council seat previously held by Rudolph Bradley, Jonathan Angner, the Republican nominee, said he hopes to use his background in business and economics to solve the city’s decades-old issues, such as economic development and think shrink, and put it on a path of growth.

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In a conversation with the Post and Courier, Georgetown County School District Superintendent Keith Price said he would support a proposal to the school board for middle and high school students to shift to Hybrid+ learning, so long as the schools are able to have five key health mitigation strategies in place.

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Most of the other Republican members of South Carolina's congressional delegation offered some praise for Rice's overall record in Congress, but none criticized the state GOP's decision to censure him, and only one was willing to say at this early stage that they would support him against primary challengers.

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Rice's unexpected decision elicited swift backlash from many Republicans in his Trump-loving district, promising to set up a high-profile test of whether his reputation as a reliable GOP team player could be wiped out by a single vote.

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