August 26, 2016
Myrtle Beach is suing three property owners in a civil suit that alleges they rented out homes on a short-term basis in a violation of zoning codes. The city’s complaint, originally filed in July, said that Randy Schilsky, Tiffany Belflower and Brian Boruff were violating city ordinances by renting out their properties for less than a 30-day period. Each defendant’s property is located in a zone that prohibits short-term rentals, the complaint said. An amended complaint filed Aug. 16 added additional allegations against Schilsky and Belflower, saying they had broken the law governing accommodations taxes. Hotels and other short-term rentals must collect A-tax from guests in addition to typical charges….