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Loris leaders move forward with annexation requests for new developments

Loris City Council on Monday voted in favor of annexing two separate tracts of land into city limits for residential developments.The council voted unanimously to annex a 98.85-acre tract of unincorporated land into the city for Heritage Lakes Holding Ventures LLC of North Myrtle Beach.The land, located in the vicinity of SC 66 and Loris Lions Road south of Loris High School, will be zoned R-1.7. The designation requires a minimum lot size of 6,000 square feet with at least a 60-foot width, and allows for about seven single-fam...

Loris City Council on Monday voted in favor of annexing two separate tracts of land into city limits for residential developments.

The council voted unanimously to annex a 98.85-acre tract of unincorporated land into the city for Heritage Lakes Holding Ventures LLC of North Myrtle Beach.

The land, located in the vicinity of SC 66 and Loris Lions Road south of Loris High School, will be zoned R-1.7. The designation requires a minimum lot size of 6,000 square feet with at least a 60-foot width, and allows for about seven single-family homes per acre.

The council also approved the first reading of an ordinance to annex 16.42 acres of land of land at the northeast corner of Main Street and North Cox Road and zone it R-1.7. The tract, basically an island of unincorporated land surrounded by the city, would be developed with 31 new homes. Two readings are required for the ordinance to be enacted.

City planners recommended approval on Aug. 24 after the developer agreed to change his zoning request from R-2, which would have allowed for duplexes and mobile homes as well as smaller lots, to R-1.7.

A proposal to install a mini storage facility in Loris will be referred back to the Loris Planning Commission to determine if the required zoning change would constitute spot zoning.

Longs-based Vern’s Investments submitted the request to allow the installation of a 100-unit storage facility on 2.58 acres along Loris Lions Road, and the planning commission recommended at its Aug. 24 meeting that it be approved by the city council.

But Loris City Council on Monday, Sept. 11, put the brakes on the proposal to change the zoning designation from Mixed Use to General Business.

Council also quizzed the applicant, James Livingston, about the impact on local roads if the storage units are installed.

“There [wouldn’t be] much traffic," Livingston told the council, noting renters rarely access storage units. He estimated that “two-to-three” vehicles might visit the facility per day.

Council will also step up efforts to fill vacancies on the Loris Board of Zoning Appeals, a five-member that panel lacks a quorum after the resignation of member Jerry Dalton due to health issues.

There are currently three vacancies on the five-member board. Residents can contact city hall if they're interested in filling a seat, which requires some training.

The board meets as necessary, and currently has no pending appeals requests.

Lights, camera, Loris! New movie studio coming to Horry County town

LORIS, S.C. (WPDE) — A movie studio is coming to Loris. It’s a project that the studio owner and the city have been keeping under wraps for a while, but now is stepping into the spotlight.Jerry Dalton, president and founder of Dalton Studios, has been working in the movie industry for more than 20 years. He said it’s been a long roa...

LORIS, S.C. (WPDE) — A movie studio is coming to Loris. It’s a project that the studio owner and the city have been keeping under wraps for a while, but now is stepping into the spotlight.

Jerry Dalton, president and founder of Dalton Studios, has been working in the movie industry for more than 20 years. He said it’s been a long road to get here but he’s excited to get Loris on the big screen.

What may look like bare walls, wood piles, and clutter right now will soon be the gem of downtown Loris where movies come to life.

I think it’s a great way for others to see the world from different spectrums, visions, and different perspectives. And to have that escape is a wonderful thing, and we wanted to help create that escape," Dalton said.

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Dalton bought the first building for the studio in 2007. His studio now encompasses four different buildings, including one that used to be an auto store.

He and his crew are rolling up their sleeves to clean them up.

"From the ground up, we took the concrete out, went down four foot, put all new infrastructure into the ground, plumbing, wiring, communication cables, everything that is needed for a studio," he said.

Dalton said that Loris has the potential to be a great setting for films.

"You’re far away enough from the coast where the effects of a hurricane are a little less threatening. The architecture is perfect, you can film anywhere from the 1940s through modern day," he said.

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The words "courage, focus and persistence" hang in the studio. Dalton said this was the motto he lived by to make his dream come true and he’s hoping others will do the same.

Never give up on that dream of what you want to do, because if you give up, you’re giving up on life," he said.

Dalton is hoping to have the studio open by the end of 2023 or early 2024.

He said when they open, they’ll hold tours for the public so they can see how movies are made and maybe even be in one.

Dalton is also the director of the Myrtle Beach International Film Festival.

That will be happening from April 18 - April 22.

In Loris, Downtown Tuesdays are the new Friday

Barry Suggs of the Wing Zone restaurant in Loris was sitting in the Loris Chamber of Commerce office in late September, strategizing about how to increase business on weeknights by giving visitors and residents a reason to come downtown.Tuesdays, in particular, were terrible, he said, the slowest night of the week.Suggs “wanted to get some nightlife going,” said Chamber Executive Director Samantha Norris. But Terrible Tuesday isn’t much of a marketing slogan. Norris settled on "Downtown Tuesdays” in...

Barry Suggs of the Wing Zone restaurant in Loris was sitting in the Loris Chamber of Commerce office in late September, strategizing about how to increase business on weeknights by giving visitors and residents a reason to come downtown.

Tuesdays, in particular, were terrible, he said, the slowest night of the week.

Suggs “wanted to get some nightlife going,” said Chamber Executive Director Samantha Norris. But Terrible Tuesday isn’t much of a marketing slogan. Norris settled on "Downtown Tuesdays” instead.

“It just came rolling off my tongue,” said Norris. The name stuck, and Downtown Tuesdays have been drawing crowds with family oriented events since launching Oct. 17.

Downtown Tuesdays will be held each Tuesday through Dec. 19 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the area known as “the yard,” an open lot at 4148 Main St. in Loris.

There’s even a logo, and a slogan: “Downtown Tuesday: The new Friday,” Norris said.

Opening night for Downtown Tuesday was South Pacific-themed, with a luau featuring a performance by Polynesian Fire Productions of Myrtle Beach. There was Polynesian music, hula dancing and Samoan fire knife performances.

“The luau knocked it out of the park,” said Loris Mayor Todd Harrelson, who said the event attracted 500 people to the downtown.

The following Tuesday, Oct. 24, featured a concert, and a slightly smaller crowd.

This Tuesday, children and families are expected to swarm the downtown for the Monster Mash, the city’s official Halloween celebration.

Harrelson praised the Monster Mash event, noting it will provide a safe place for children to enjoy Halloween, and predicting it will become an annual event.

“I think it will grow every year,” he said.

More events are being planned, highlighted by the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Nov. 28. Downtown Tuesday events from then through Christmas will feature holiday themes, including performances by school groups and Christmas caroling.

Christmas, Harrelson said, has become a big deal in Loris, with an expansive and growing downtown display that attracts visitors.

The chamber’s Norris said the fall series of Downtown Tuesday events is “kind of like a trial run.”

So far, so good, she said, predicting that the Downtown Tuesday will return after a winter break. “We’ll probably bring it back for spring and summer," she said.

Not your everyday promo: Loris company offering free AR-15 with purchase of air-conditioning unit

LORIS, S.C. (WBTW) — Buy an air-conditioning unit and get a free AR-15?That’s what one Loris air conditioning company is promoting on social media, which has sparked a lot of conversation.Tyler Wigner started his business, Arctic Air Conditioning, in March, and with the slower season rolling around for HVAC companies, he said he needed to get creative.“Just trying to think out of the box,” he said. “I kind of followed somebody on TikTok, you know. We’ve seen a little bit of promoting w...

LORIS, S.C. (WBTW) — Buy an air-conditioning unit and get a free AR-15?

That’s what one Loris air conditioning company is promoting on social media, which has sparked a lot of conversation.

Tyler Wigner started his business, Arctic Air Conditioning, in March, and with the slower season rolling around for HVAC companies, he said he needed to get creative.

“Just trying to think out of the box,” he said. “I kind of followed somebody on TikTok, you know. We’ve seen a little bit of promoting with a similar thing. I believe it was a roofing company, [and I] thought it was a great idea, so the next day I was like ‘alright, let me implement this.'”

The Facebook post had more than 700 people talking. Some people were excited about the promotion, while others weren’t.

Regardless, though, it begs the question: How do you offer a free AR-15 with the purchase of an air-conditioning unit?

“They’re like, ‘hey man, you got like, an arsenal back there?'” Wigner said. “I’m like, ‘no, dude, we’re not carrying these things around. You definitely have to go through the right channels.'”

That’s what a lot of people thought when they first saw the post, but Wigner said they’re actually working with 701 Guns and Gold, also based in Loris.

He said once customers purchase an air-conditioning unit, they head to the gun store and go through the required background checks. If they’re approved, the store calls Wigner and he pays for it.

Wigner said regardless of the opinions online, business is booming.

“People that like guns, they’re sharing the post, saying ‘heck yeah, this is great'” he said. “And I’m also getting people that don’t like guns to say ‘this is a terrible idea,’ but they’re still sharing the post. So, at that point it’s like the perfect storm. I’m getting maximum advertising.”

Wigner went from receiving two quotes per month to about 20 quotes per day after he posted the promotion on Nov. 3, but he also recognizes this isn’t your everyday buy one, get one free.

“Nobody’s going to share my post if I’m saying I’ll give you an air conditioner and a duct cleaning,” he said. “Nobody’s going to share that post. But if you’re doing air conditioner and AR-15, everybody in the world is sharing that.”

Wigner said because of how well the promotion is doing, he didn’t increase his package prices to afford the guns. The promotion expires on Dec. 31.

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Adrianna Lawrence is a multimedia journalist at News13. Adrianna is originally from Virginia Beach, Virginia, and joined the News13 team in June 2023 after graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University in May 2023. Keep up with Adrianna on Instagram, Facebook, and X, formerly Twitter. You can also read more of her work, here.

Suggs beats Harrelson in Loris mayoral rematch

The second time was charmed for new city of Loris Mayor Michael Suggs.The attorney and veteran city council member won his rematch over incumbent Mayor Todd Harrelson in the Tuesday, Nov. 7, municipal election.Suggs won by 25 votes, topping Harrelson 263-238, in part due to an edge of 20-1 in absentee mail ballots.The final results were certified on Thursday, Nov. 7 by the Horry County Board of Elections. It avenged a 312-252 loss to Harrelson in 2019.“I’m pleased, and appreciative to the voters of Loris for ...

The second time was charmed for new city of Loris Mayor Michael Suggs.

The attorney and veteran city council member won his rematch over incumbent Mayor Todd Harrelson in the Tuesday, Nov. 7, municipal election.

Suggs won by 25 votes, topping Harrelson 263-238, in part due to an edge of 20-1 in absentee mail ballots.The final results were certified on Thursday, Nov. 7 by the Horry County Board of Elections. It avenged a 312-252 loss to Harrelson in 2019.

“I’m pleased, and appreciative to the voters of Loris for giving me the opportunity,” Suggs said.

He said fiscal accountability will be one of his top priorities.

“I want to get our finances in order,” he said, getting the city caught up on audits and producing regular financial statements.

While it's his first time as mayor, Suggs is no stranger to city hall, or winning elections. He has served on the city council since 1994, and was mayor pro tempore for 10 of those years.

When contacted at about 10:15 p.m. on Tuesday, Harrelson was making the rounds, taking his campaign signs down.

He said he’ll now be able to devote more time to his businesses after serving as a full-time mayor. He will continue to serve Loris as a board member on the Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments, which assists local governments in Horry, Georgetown and Williamsburg counties.

“I’ll be able to help even more people,” he said.

Harrelson pointed to park improvements, sports tourism, the acquisition of the old Loris High School property, establishing Loris as a Christmas town, and a track record of landing government grants as a few of the highlights of his administration.

“I’m extremely happy with what’s been accomplished,” he said.

It was the first Loris election conducted by the Horry County Voters’ Registration and Election Office, after the city council voted to cede the responsibility to the county earlier this year.

Sandy Martin, Horry County’s election director, said the election went smoothly, and no problems were reported at the polls. The final ballots arrived at the election office at about 8:25 p.m., and the count was completed by about 8:35 p.m.

The votes will be certified at a meeting of the election board at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, at the election office at 103 Elm St. in Conway.

The mayor serves a four-year term and is paid $7,020 per year.

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