July 02, 2018


Stormwater Update





MBG&YC Manager Ron Girton just received a email from Thom Roth of Horry County Stormwater Authority.


From: Roth, Tom <RothT@horrycounty.org>
Date: Mon, Jul 2, 2018 at 3:33 PM
Subject: RE: survey
To: Ron Girton <myrtlebeachgyofficemanagerron@gmail.com>

At this point we have released the engineer to do additional survey work for blue heron lake. I have spoken to Mr. Roy Clyburn who owns the golf course to give us permission to survey the lake itself. Upon completion of the survey we will be getting a plan from the Engineer telling us exactly what will need to be done to lower the lake levels and how much will need to be dredged. We will then have to meet with Mr. Clyburn to get his approval to do the work. So far he was willing to consider this. The Engineer will include the modifications or improvements needed under Blue Heron Rd.

I also spoke to Mr. Clyburn about improvements needed in the drainage on the Golf course. I explained to him that there are areas that are of concern. I told him I would send him an email requesting that they be cleaned or give the HOA the permission to clean them since it causing flooding. He explained that they are in a middle of a lawsuit and is not willing to discuss anything until the issue is resolved which should be sometime in July. At that time he would be willing to talk to me on this issue.

Public works is preparing to start some bay road improvements in house since the survey work was already completed. The Engineer has been asked to turn around the plan very quickly, but I am not aware of the timeframe.


From: Ron Girton [mailto:myrtlebeachgyofficemanagerron@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, July 02, 2018 3:19 PM
To: Roth, Tom <RothT@HorryCounty.org>
Subject: survey



I am getting questions as to survey of Blue Heron Blvd.----could you please bring me up to date as to your plans, so I may inform BOD and residents.


Ron Girton



Special thanks to:

 MBG&YC Manager Ron Girton


MBG&YC HOA Board member Louis Dí Amato

 Their persistence, diligence and efforts finally got Horry County to address

MBG&YC's storm water and drainage problems