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STREAMING NOW: Reeves and Whitley

STREAMING NOW: Reeves and Whitley

The City Hall debate between candidates challenging Greenville mayor Allen Thomas (who would not participate) is now up and available for anytime viewing right here at the Guardian, along with four other sessions between candidates seeking seats on city council. Just scroll down that page to the debate you want to view, click the arrow–and get your politics on! […]


Council Preview: Jan. 13

Council Preview: Jan. 13

by Lisa Ellison City council will hold its first meeting of the year at 6 p.m. Monday (Jan. 13) at City Hall. Items on the consent agenda, which will all be voted on together without discussion (unless individual items are pulled from it for consideration) include a two-year extension of the city’s contract with Greenville-Pitt […]


It’s Your Move: City and Community Collaborations

It’s Your Move: City and Community Collaborations

by Linda Leighty A quick glance at the mission statements for our city’s departments yields the following key words: protect, advance, serve, preserve, strengthen, provide, educate, advocate, administer, implement, build…. As laudable as these intentions are, implementing them becomes a struggle when they slam into the impenetrable budget wall. The City of Greenville has chosen […]


SAVE GPAT

SAVE GPAT

6/6/2012 update: Commissioners reconvene at 6 p.m. tonight to resume budget discussions. No decisions were made in last night’s session. There was a great show of community support for GPAT at the public hearing.  GPAT provides full coverage of local government proceedings. Sunshine, as Justice Brandeis said, is the best disinfectant-so if it costs a […]


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