NMCA Newsletter 2022 Holiday Edition From the NMCA board to all our members, friends and neighbors…Wishing you a happy and healthy holiday season! NMCA President’s Year End Note to Members I want to thank all of you for beingRead more
The City has released a draft redistricting map, ahead of four scheduled drop-in meetings in November and December to receive public comment on a proposed City redistricting plan. View draft map at https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/12c76aeb617543e9bda332e4e4c23f44. Guided by the criteria outlined inRead more
City offices are closed on Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25, with no garbage services on Thursday. Thursday pick-ups will be made on Friday. There will be no downtown trolley, Greenlink fixed route or paratransit service on Thanksgiving Day.
TreesUpstate would like to invite all of you to participate in one of the best Upstate traditions of the year! The 14th annual TreesUpstate Turkey Day race is this next week! Attached are the list of road closures and copies of the courseRead more
Greenville Open Studios is this weekend! It’s a FREE and self-guided tour. Artists will welcome you into their studio spaces which may be in their home. The weather should clear and make it a beautiful weekend for discovering theRead more
City Council Update Baby Yoda, Santa Claus, Dino Ranch Rancher, and Mom and Dad all had a great time at Boo in the Zoo. This event was a huge success with over 25,000 visitors! Stone Ave Safety Study Moving AheadRead more
News from 206 South Main Street FOCUSING ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING, TRANSPORTATION AND PREPARING FOR A NEW LAND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT CODE THAT SUPPORTS OUR PRIORITIES Fall is officially here and kicked off with a challenge to our city in the form ofRead more
Below is the letter and map that were sent to property owners within 1000 feet of the proposed development at 1019 Rutherford Rd.
Save the date! Join us for Happy Hour at the Soda Shop on Wednesday, October 19, from 5 – 7pm. Cash bar! Come have a drink and visit with friends. See you there!
Below are letters notifying residents of two separate developer-led public meetings. One is for The Exchange at 237 Wade Hampton Ave. (storage units, etc) The second is for Proposed Townhomes at the corner of Townes St. and Stone Ave. TheseRead more