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Moss Estates POA News

Annual Election Meeting
Saturday, May 16, 2015 - Time to be announced.

at Socastee Library, 141 Rte. 707 Connector, Myrtle Beach SC

Candidates are Lem Donelson, Laurie Dunn, Henry Elsesser, Tim Hawkes,
Jack Higgins and Cathy McGraw

Amazing rainbow seen from Moss!


The Horry County Sheriff’s Office, along with AARP South Carolina and Shred Alert, is hosting a shred event on Friday, May 1, 2015, from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. To help fight back against identity theft, the public is encouraged to bring up to three bags or boxes of your old personal information to a mobile shredding truck that will be located at the Horry County Government & Justice Center, 1301 2nd Avenue in Conway and at the Shred Alert office located at 4727 Northgate Boulevard in Myrtle Beach. The goal this year is to shred 15,000 lbs. of paper!

Identity theft and identity fraud are terms used to refer to all types of crime in which someone wrongfully obtains and uses another person’s personal data in some way that involves fraud or deception, typically for economic gain. Identity theft has become one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States. 

One of the biggest ways to protect you against identity theft is to shred personal information. You can also adopt a “need to know” approach to your personal data. For example, the more information you put on your checks like social security number and home phone number, the more chances that information could land in the hands of a criminal. 

If you are traveling, have your mail held at your local post office or ask a trusting neighbor to collect your mail while you are away. Also, check your financial information regularly, and look for what should be there and what shouldn’t. 

For more information about identity theft and how to protect yourself, go to the United States Department of Justice website at For more information on the upcoming shred event, contact AARP South Carolina at 866.389.5655.



The contractor will close a portion of Peachtree Road beginning Tuesday night, April 21, through Thursday night,April 23. The closure for each day will take place from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. in order to set girders over the roadway. Motorists will be detoured utilizing Dick Pond Road and Mill Pond Road during the closure period and electronic message boards will be placed to notify people of the closure.


Monday-Friday:  There will be a shoulder closure for utility relocation work on US 17 Bypass north bound from St. James Road to Sutter Drive on the right shoulder.

Wednesday (Night) and Thursday (Night):  There will be a lane closure in the south bound outside lane on US 17 Bypass from Sutter Drive to St. James Road for striping.  This work will take place between 7PM-6AM.


About Our Moss Estates POA Community:

Moss Estates of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29588 is a beautiful community of 54 homes and properties, located southwest of Myrtle Beach in the Burgess community, west of Route 17 Bypass and off of Route 707, between Socastee and Surfside in the County of Horry.  The Intracoastal Waterway is west of us and the Atlantic Ocean is east.

Our homeowners' association is the Moss Estates Property Owners' Association (POA), Inc.  and our management company is Premier Management Group. This is our Board and Member web site. Our POA has low annual member fee of $350 per property--unlike the exorbitant fees you find in some other SC POA/HOAs. This fee covers street lights, storm water pond management, signage, POA maintenance of common areas, liability insurance,annual audit, postage for mailings to members, and POA management.

We are proud of our scenic neighborhood of half-acre or greater sized home sites, some adjacent to protected state wetlands woodlands. Our storm water management ponds, while maintained, are very naturalistic. Our ponds are home to a variety of wildlife, such as blue heron, snowy egrets, turtles, sun fish, blue gill, catfish, mallard ducks, and even a junior alligator nicknamed "George."  [Update: While Gator George has not been seen since Spring 2013, Son of George was spotted last summer.] Migrating swan visit each spring and fall.  The woods abound with both deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs, including Carolina pines, water and live oak, star gum, wax myrtle, red bay, jessamine - Carolina jasmine, and wild magnolia.

Beaches, shopping centers, the Socastee post office and the Socastee Library are all a quick drive. There are public boat docks to the Intracoastal Waterway nearby.  There is major county government office center and brand new South Strand Recreation Center nearby on Scipio Lane, off Holmestown Rd.We are in the Saint James School District - GO SHARKS!

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