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Monday Hurricane update
Good morning Loris,
Early this morning, City officials met to determine our next step with hurricane Dorian.
During the day today, City employees will be out and about making preparations throughout the City for the upcoming weather.
All City offices will be business as usual from 8 AM to 5 PM on Tuesday, September 3rd. City officials will meet again first thing Tuesday morning to make further preparations and decisions as to closings and such. Our regular September Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 3rd has been canceled and will be rescheduled as soon as possible. At this time we feel it is most important for our citizens to prepare for the upcoming weather. Safety and preparations are the priority. Today and for the next several days ahead, City officials will continue to monitor the hurricane, continuing to meet periodically. As more information is available and more decisions are made, we will get those out to you as soon as possible.
No decision has been made in regards to office hours for Wednesday, September 4th at this time.
The City of Loris EOC will most likely open in the afternoon hours on Wednesday, September 4th.
Please continue to check back on all of our social media sites for up-to-date information.
Updates will be posted to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and on the City website at www.cityoflorisc.com
Kenya Wright, Clerk/Treasurer
Hurricane Dorian is slowly approaching and the Governor has issued multiple executive orders pertaining to the state and Horry County. All practices and recreation activities are SUSPENDED until the Hurricane passes. Heniford Park and Watson Park are also closed until further notice. Once the Hurricane has passed, and the department has had an opportunity to assess any damages, you will receive information about the resumption of programs and activities. Please pay close attention to any emergency information from the State and local government agencies.
Stay safe, -Tom Cocke Director of Recreation City of Loris, SC