Use eminent domain on B&C’s eyesore of a property in Myrtle Beach

“I’m new to Myrtle Beach in relative terms, almost two years.

I have lived in various cities throughout the South and have visited cities all over the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Africa, a predominant feature of which are huge city parks to be enjoyed by people of every stripe. A main attraction of these parks are fountains. I’m thinking of Bethesda Terrace and Fountain in Central Park, and the fountains in Savannah.

Our own state, as well as cities running all along the coast, have parks which feature fountains from Wilmington, North Carolina, down to St. Augustine, Florida.

Where is ours?

A property with potential for wiping out the huge eyesore in this city is that ugly blot abutting Kings Highway that stretches between 21st Avenue and 27th Avenue. I understand that Burroughs and Chapin is holding that property.

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McCollough, Mary Lynn. Myrtle Beach Online.