Myrtle Beach Community Appearance Board Chairman Larry Bragg took no prisoners at a Thursday meeting, leveling criticism both at the design for an arcade building at an amusement park proposed for North Kings Highway and at residents who worried about the noise and light from it.
“I don’t mind whimsy,” Bragg told Tom Miller of Miller Design Services. “But I don’t like your (design) at all on the arcade. It’s beyond tacky.”
As for residents of Grande Dunes and Dunes Cove who said they were worried about the noise and light from the park disturbing their way of life, Bragg suggested that the noise from the six lanes of traffic where the park will be located on the Shrine Club site will be worse than that from four go-kart tracks that are proposed for the park.