Rebuilding Myrtle Seaside: Myrtle Seaside is getting greater than $10.6 million in emergency federal funding to restore the oceanfront injury attributable to Hurricane Matthew. The entire sand from the 2008 renourishment undertaking is gone. That is estimated to take 25-35 days barring any important climate or mechanical delays. The U.S. Military Corps of Engineers, Charleston District, not too long ago awarded a $26.3 million contract for the Myrtle Seaside Storm Harm Discount Challenge to Nice Lakes Dredge and Dock Firm, LLC. 1.2 million cubic yards of fabric will likely be positioned on North Myrtle Seaside, Backyard Metropolis, and Surfside Seashores. On common the undertaking will transfer alongside the shoreline at a price of about 200 to 300 ft per day.