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COMMUNITIES HOMES/UNITS VOTING MEMBERS ALTERNATES         Arbor Trace 108 Jerry Saxon   Bridle Ridge 79 Rocky Rockwell   Brookstone 83 Rocky Cutuli Terry Ashby Cedar Creek 84 George Griffiths Dave Jenkins Clearwater Bay 189 Pat Heerey Bob Brown Coquina Pointe 96 Scott...

2017 SUMMER   FREE Music on Main Street, North Myrtle Beach! 2017 Summer Concerts Thursdays, 7 pm - 9 pm North Myrtle Beach Main Street by the ocean   2017 EVENT SCHEDULE DATE LOCATION BAND / MUSIC       June 1 Horseshoe Envision (Beach) June 8 Main St Atwater (Country) June 15 Horseshoe The Fantastic Shakers (Beach) June...

JULY 1, 2017   by Reba Siniscalchi, Traffic Committee Chair   The BRRA Traffic Committee met on June 16 with NMB Councilwoman Nikki Fontana, City Manager Mike Mahene, Director of Public Safety Jay Fernandez, and City Engineer Kevin Blayton. There was a brief review of the latest traffic study report numbers, with mentions of the volume of traffic, and the high speeds recorded on some of the roads.There is strong evidence that the majority of the speeders are actually...

AUGUST 1, 2017 Congratulations, Donna Galloway of Longbridge! Donna was the first Barefoot owner to answer all the Scavenger Hunt questions correctly on Saturday, July 22. This one-day puzzle event was an exercise designed to get people familiar with the various aspects of our new website. The prize was a huge gift basket of donations from area businesses. See list, right. Donna was very impressed with the generous gift basket and thought the Hunt was fun. She thought the toughest...

AUGUST 1, 2017 On Monday, July 17, at the NMB City Council chambers, Barefoot residents supported a joint tribute of area Public Safety personnel.  Lawton Dews of Seabrook Plantation and Joe Gosiewski of Barefoot Resort expressed  appreciation and community support to all law enforcement agencies serving this county and city, all emergency services personnel—including paramedics, firemen, ambulatory services, fire rescue, and any other agency or service employing people...