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Council Adheres to Land Use Plan, (Almost) Saves Taxpayer Money

Council Adheres to Land Use Plan, (Almost) Saves Taxpayer Money

by Brittney Melton Guardian intern Greenville City Council’s April 9 meeting saw the easy conclusion of ordinances allowing live performance venues and craft beer sales downtown. One contentious rezoning on East 10th Street was continued until May, and council voted on another controversial rezoning request, this one regarding land South of Stantonsburg Road. Council also made […]


Planner Questions Intent of River Study

Planner Questions Intent of River Study

Per prior city council authorization, Greenville has issued a request for qualifications for consultants to conduct a “Tar River Utilization Study,” dated July 15, 2013. I’ve reviewed that solicitation; it is available publicly on the city’s web page. I previously wrote a letter to the editor of the Greenville Guardian raising some questions about the […]


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