Feeding the homeless in Myrtle Beach goes to court again, Judge upholds conviction

via CarolinaLive:

A dispute over where and how people can feed the homeless in Myrtle Beach went to court Wednesday. The case came after the city cited a group who had been feeding the homeless in Chapin Park without a permit. At the Horry County courthouse, Judge Culbertson ruled in favor of the city, explaining that the city's ordinance was consitutional.

via MyHorryNews:

In addition to the city’s permit, which Hopkins said would only allow use of the park once a year, the group would need permission from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control as well as a $1 million liability insurance policy.

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