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September Council Decisions

September Council Decisions

by Lisa Ellison, editor In two September meetings, city council voted for a complete two-story building for the Greenville Transportation and Activity Center (GTAC) on Bonner’s Lane, and tighter regulations for neighborhoods participating in the Neighborhood Advisory Board (NAB). GTAC facility From among the three options presented on September 9 for the Greenville Transportation and […]


Motions Not Made: Sneaking Words into City Code

Motions Not Made: Sneaking Words into City Code

by Lisa Wilbourne In February, four residents told city council they are disenfranchised because, not owning their properties, they cannot vote in their neighborhood associations. They argue a significant portion of the city’s population is cut off — not only from inclusion in their own neighborhoods, but from the city’s Neighborhood Advisory Board (NAB), a […]


Changing Bylaws will not Solve Neighborhood Issues

Changing Bylaws will not Solve Neighborhood Issues

Editor’s note: In February, some city residents expressed dissatisfaction with their inability to participate in their neighborhood associations because they rent, not own, their homes. Since then the city has been looking at creating rules for neighborhood associations wishing to participate on the Neighborhood Advisory Board, a city board that represents the interests of neighborhood […]


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