At a meeting held Tuesday, the Horry County Council approved a $25 million bond issuance making funding to build a new government complex that includes space for a fifth police precinct possible. A spokesperson for the county said the complex is planned to go near the corner of River Oaks Drive and International Drive. $21 million of the $25 million will be used for the Central Coast Complex and the land is expected to cost $ 2 million. In addition to the precinct the complex will also include offices for the county treasurer, auditor, magistrate and more. The county hopes to close on the land by the end of the year and put the project out for bids in Spring of next year.