02 Aug Public Input to Drive Stormwater Improvements in Georgetown, SC
Stormwater officials are seeking public input on the state of drainage and flooding in the Waccamaw Neck area of Georgetown County, SC. Thomas & Hutton’s GIS and Water Resources departments are working with the County to develop an organized and prioritized Stormwater Master Plan to address stormwater management needs. A public meeting was held on Thursday, July 29th, for residents to begin the process.
Through the power of geothinQ, residents will be able to plot their concerns out on a digital map interface. The user-friendly platform will be available for the next month, users can make geographically referenced reports for various issues (flooding, cave in or sinkhole, damaged or blocked manhole/inlet, damaged or blocked pipe/ditch, erosion), with the option to attach a photo or comment.
Read more about the public involvement effort and master plan in the Coastal Observer, WMBF News (Myrtle Beach NBC Affiliate), Post and Courier, and WPDE News (Myrtle Beach ABC Affiliate).