The City of North Myrtle Beach operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of
the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes he or she has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with the City of North Myrtle Beach. Complaints must be filed within 180 days of the alleged discriminatory act.
For more information on the City of North Myrtle Beach's Title VI Policy and the procedures to file a complaint, contact the Title VI Program
Coordinator, Kristine Stokes at firstname.lastname@example.org or (843)280-5555, or in writing to the City of North Myrtle Beach, 1018 2nd Ave. South, North Myrtle Beach SC 29582. For more information, visit the Title VI section of our website at www.nmb.us.
Ms. Pritchard presented the report and updated commission on obtaining an updated financial guarantee to include two fire hydrants. There was no
public comment. Chairman Eisner called for a motion. The motion to approve on the condition that the City received an updated financial guarantee was made by Commissioner Platt and was seconded by Commissioner Snyder. Chairman Eisner called for the vote. The motion passed 5-1.
A. ANNEXATION ZONING DESIGNATION Z-19-15: City staff has received a petition to annex lands on Riverside Drive totaling approximately 0.45 acres
identified by PIN 311-16-04-0004. The lot is currently unincorporated and zoned MSF10 (MSF 10 Residential District) by Horry County. The petition also reflects the requested City of North Myrtle Beach zoning district of R-1 (Single-Family Residential Low-Density) and will be heard concurrently.
Background: After reviewing the Zoning Ordinance, medical uses operating as outpatient substance abuse treatment clinics do not appear as a listed
permitted use within any of the current zoning districts. For example, the Highway Commercial (HC) zoning district allows hospitals, clinics, nursing and convalescent homes as permitted uses, but not specifically for outpatient treatment of substance abuse. Therefore, the proposed amendment seeks to clarify where specific medical clinics such as these might be allowed.
Proposed Changes: Staff is proposing a text amendment to the Zoning Ordinance to add outpatient substance abuse treatment clinics to the Limited
Industrial (LI) zoning district as a special exception. The Board of Zoning Appeals would consider this type of use request based upon listed criteria for special exceptions found in Article X, Sec. 23-161. - Powers and duties of the Zoning Ordinance. The criteria is as follows:
(3) Prohibited uses: Certain uses by their nature are declared incompatible with and injurious to the city and its environs, and therefore expressly
prohibited by this chapter. Such uses include:
(a) The manufacture of acid, ammonia, aniline colors or dyes, lime and sulfates, coal tar products, fertilizer, glue, gelatine, industrial poisons or
chemicals, lampblack, matches, oil cloths or linoleum, paper or pulp, printing ink, pyroxylin or celluloid products, rubber or leather goods, tar, or waterproofing products, abattoirs or slaughter houses, rolling mills and coke ovens, and the manufacture of gunpowder, fireworks, or other explosives or explosive substances, except fixed ammunition.
A tower without an engineered breakpoint is to have a setback in all yards of one (1) foot for each foot in height of the entire structure; a tower
with a designed breakpoint is to have a setback in all yards equal to the distance between the designed breakpoint and the top of the structure; screening around the entire compound shall be with a vegetative screen in accordance with planting requirements for vegetative screens described in the landscape requirements, and at least a six (6) foot high security fence.
(a) Manufacturing services, including establishments engaged in the construction, repair, or demolition, of buildings, streets, water and sewer
systems, bridges, and similar construction, including but not limited to building, electrical, heating, air conditioning, heavy construction, paving and earth moving operations; establishments supplying other businesses, industries, or individuals, including but not limited to laundry and dry cleaning plants, cabinet and metal shops.