MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – Those wanting to chime in on Myrtle Beach potentially allowing a swingers club to open will have their chance soon.
A public hearing is scheduled to happen during the city’s Planning Commission meeting Tuesday.
A Fayetteville swingers club owner first asked the planning commission to change its zoning code last month.
The proposal asks to add a definition for ‘swingers club’ to the zoning code and allow them to open in the Wholesale/Manufacturing district.
After the public hearing, the planning commission will vote whether or not to pass the zoning code change to city council.
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