Myrtle Beach City Hall closed Monday because of damage caused by ruptured water heater

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WBTW) — Myrtle Beach City Hall will be closed on Monday while crews clean up and repair damage caused by a ruptured water heater.

A water heater in the attic at the building at 937 Broadway Street ruptured sometime overnight, causing water damage on the first and second floors of the building, officials said.

While the office is closed, any candidate who wants to file to run for office in the November election should call City Clerk Jennifer Adkins at 843 274 0872 and make arrangements to meet and complete the required paperwork.

City Hall is expected to reopen on Tuesday. Staff members will work remotely on Monday. Count on News13 for updates.

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