As you may recall, Developer David Douglas blamed his contractor for cutting down the trees at Brookside. Wonder who he’s going to blame for planting the signs? As you can see from the photo below, a public notice sign somehowRead more
Thanks to all who helped out and to those who attended and made our happy hour/membership drive on May 6 a success!! We are happy to report that we signed up 34 new members that night and raised another $160Read more
This Saturday, the Greater Greenville Sanitation Commission will celebrate residential customer appreciation day at its Green Waste Recovery Facility at 515 Sagitarius Way. From 8am to 2pm, customers can receive up to 10 cubic yards of once-ground mulch or 5Read more
Don’t forget ….. happy hour social this evening, May 6, from 5 – 8pm at the North Gate Soda Shop. Stop and have a free beer or soft drink and get to know your neighbors. If everyone tells at leastRead more
Although developer David Douglas admits that cutting the Brookside Trees was a “gross error,” his contractor did it. So, why should he be held accountable by the city?
You’re Invited! Happy Hour – Thursday evening, May 6, from 5-8 PM at the North Gate Soda Shop. Bring your neighbors, especially those who aren’t members. If they join that night, they’ll be eligible for door prizes. Come have aRead more
If you want to participate in a Neighborhood Watch Program for the North Main Area, please come to the Main St Soda Shop on Monday, 4/26, at 6:30 PM. The members of the Public Safety Committee will be discussing howRead more
This is a second request for ideas and comments about naming the Stone Avenue area. Thanks to Mike Mecklenburg for the summary. Hi Neighbors…..First of all, thanks to everybody who participated in the Stone Avenue Plan meetings. The initial draftRead more
Naming the “Thumb” Developer, David Douglas, who killed the Brookside Trees.
Waffle House doesn’t want to be “Cinderalla” on opening night.