Ian Livingston Brooking is from Somerset, Kentucky. He graduated from CCU in 2019 with a BA in Communication. He enjoys watching sports, primarily soccer and rewatching Lord of the Rings.
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Horry County Council recently approved tax and fee hikes that will raise the bill of an owner-occupied $200,000 home by $105.80 in most of the unincorporated areas. Inside the city limits, the owner of a $200,000 home would pay $20 more per year (those residents pay separate city taxes). The hikes in the county’s nearly $600 million budget will help pay for raises for county workers, additional 911 dispatchers, firefighters and patrol officers, and new stormwater equipment. Do you think county council should have increased taxes? Choices are: