A group of Horry County Council members will discuss issues affecting Carolina Forest Wednesday night at the Carolina Forest Civic Association’s monthly meeting.
The council’s commitment to buy land for the S.C. 31 interchange, the widening of Carolina Forest Boulevard, plans for the I-73 contract with the state Department of Transportation and other topics will be on the table.
Council chairman Johnny Gardner and Carolina Forest area representatives Dennis DiSabato (District 3), Danny Hardee (District 10), Bill Howard (District 2) and Johnny Vaught (District 8) have been invited to speak, according to a news release from the civic association.
“Hear about what is happening in Carolina Forest and how we make a difference in our community,” CFCA President Carole van Sickler said.
The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at the Carolina Forest Recreation Center.