SC Beachfront Management Act Might Get Axed

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Myrtle Beach Sea Oats and Sand Dunes

If you’ve been around long enough, as I have, you’ll remember the hoopla over the 1988 Beachfront Management Act, setting limits on oceanfront construction, use of sea walls, replacement of pools and much more, all designed to protect South Carolina shoreline and beaches.
 
Yesterday the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (“DHEC”) released a report stating the retreat policy is “vague” and “unattainable.” The blue ribbon committee report recommends replacing the 1988 retreat policy with one of “preservation,” as reported in The State newspaper.
 
Posted February 12, 2013

By Kay Van Hoesen

Email: kay@certifaxappraisals.com

Phone: 843-497-9155, Ext. 103
 

Kay Van Hoesen

Kay Van Hoesen is founder, senior appraiser and owner of Certifax, Inc., real estate appraisers in Myrtle Beach. With local appraisal experience since 1986, she and her staff have developed more than 35,000 appraisals, valuing more than $7 Billion in local real estate.
 
Kay is a state certified residential real estate appraiser in both South Carolina and North Carolina as well as FHA-approved. Additionally, she is a licensed real estate broker in South Carolina, a participating member of the National Association of Realtors, the Coastal Carolinas Association of Realtors, and an Associate Member of the Appraisal Institute.