A Development History of the Stone Avenue and North Main Street Area Beginnings: 1813-1891 By Bob Bainbridge The oldest residence in North Main, and one of the oldest in the Greenville area, is Whitehall now on West Earle Street, butRead more
As we’ve announced before, a working plan is being formulated for the Stone Avenue corridor. The project has a website (www.PlanStoneAvenue.org that bills itself as “a comprehensive source for information regarding the Stone Avenue Corridor Plan.” The site includes aRead more
The North Main Community Association neighborhood development committee met this week and discussed the upcoming plan for Stone Avenue. We have a unique opportunity to participate in the planning process for the future of Stone Avenue and we feel thatRead more
The North Main Community Association Board has signed on to this letter that will be read at City Council on on 2/22: Dear Greenville City Council, Our District 1 Representative, Amy Ryberg-Doyle, recently informed local neighborhood associations that Waffle HouseRead more
Your 2010 Board of Directors: President: Jim Gilreath Vice-President: Mike Cubelo Treasurer: Lois Graves Recording Secretary: Phyllis Gilreath Membership: Joyce Murphy Webmasters: Michael Huskey Chad Chandler * The Board of Directors meets the first Wednesday evening of each month atRead more
Jeanne Brooks’ column (2/14/10) praises the work of North Main in preserving Rotary Park. Check it out – http://www.greenvilleonline.com/article/20100214/OPINION/2140316/1037/A-better-plan-saves-North-Main-park
The Greenville County Democratic Party invites all Democrats to attend their neighborhood precinct meetings this month. The meetings will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 20. These meetings are a great way to begin to get involved in localRead more
REMINDER: Today is the Streetscapes Workshop at 6:00 p.m. in the 1st floor conference room of City Hall – draft Downtown Streetscapes Master Plan will be presented.
Streetscapes Master Plan Public Workshop: Wednesday, February 10 at 6:00 p.m. in the 1st floor conference room of City Hall – draft Downtown Streetscapes Master Plan will be presented.
We planted 95 container plants ranging from a gallon size to trees that came in 15 gallon size containers. In addition, we planted 100 plug-size plants that we expect to flourish. Can’t wait for spring! Thanks to our Park CommitteeRead more