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Public Works Commended

Public Works Commended

In a world where it seems so few things go our way, every beacon of hope that shines through the clouds is appreciated. As such, I want to share an experience I recently had with the city of Greenville. I live in the University neighborhood, near the small park between Woodlawn Avenue and Park Drive. […]


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 […]


Budget, Grants, Plans and Parking: City Council’s June Decisions

Budget, Grants, Plans and Parking: City Council’s June Decisions

by Lisa Wilbourne After the Monday June 10 public hearing on the proposed $84 million budget (how many citizens came to voice an opinion? Zero.), city council passed the budget as recommended by staff on Thursday with a 5-1 vote (Kandie Smith, Max Joyner, Rose Glover, Dennis Mitchell, Calvin Mercer supporting; Marion Blackburn opposing). Blackburn […]


Coming up: Transportation and Parking; Looking back: Neighborhoods

Coming up: Transportation and Parking; Looking back: Neighborhoods

by Lisa Wilbourne City council will choose one of two spots identified by the Greenville Transportation and Activity Center’s steering committee as the location for the center. Council will also vote on whether to built a 256-space parking deck on under-used, city-owned lot at the corner of 4th and Cotanche Streets. [After hearing this item explained […]


Neighborhoods Maintain Voice

Pennington receiving a certificate for completing the city's Citizen's Academy in Spring 2012.

by Lisa Wilbourne Greenville City Council Monday night rejected a proposal that could have profoundly impacted the way neighborhood concerns are expressed. Councilor Max Joyner asked the panel to discuss changing the way appointments are made to the Neighborhood Advisory Board (NAB), the only city board comprised of neighborhood-chosen liaisons. Joyner sought to make it […]


City’s 2012-2013 Budget Established

photo: City of Greenville

by Lisa Wilbourne In the June 14 meeting, City Council adopted the fiscal year 2012-2013 budget as recommended by staff with the following additions from Councilmember Max Joyner: Additional $50,000 for lighting study; Additional $25,000 to help support Uptown Greenville’s economic development efforts; $11.75/month sanitation rate for curbside and multi-family; $40.80/month for backyard service; 2.5% pay […]


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