The Bobby Pearse Community Center will be demolished. The future of that parcel is now uncertain. The Greenville Online article can be seen at this link.
We have had some members ask why they haven’t gotten membership renewal letters and those who tried to pay online were unable to. Our website is being updated, including the membership page. Paypal is thus currently unavailable. For those whoRead more
The city is asking residents to empty their plastic bags into recycling bins, as bags get caught in recycling conveyor systems.
Save the date! Mark your calendars for Sunday, February 17th, from 3 – 5 pm, for the NMCA Winter Social at the Bohemian Café. Cash bar, we will provide food. Come and join friends and neighbors, meet our new boardRead more
City of Greenville offices will be closed on Monday, January 21. There will be no residential garbage, yard waste or recycling services on this day. Monday pick-ups will be made on Tuesday, January 22, and the schedule will run oneRead more
The proposed Wade Hampton Blvd strategic plan will be reviewed at the next Planning Commission meeting January 17 at 4pm, 10th floor city hall. The public is welcome and encouraged to speak. https://www.greenvillesc.gov/AgendaCenter/ViewFile/Agenda/_01172019-1679?html=true To see a copy of theRead more
Comprehensive and Cosmetic Dental Studio is holding another blood drive this Saturday, January 12, from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm. See information in flyer below. All donors will receive a sweatshirt!
As most of you know, the city recently rejected the proposal for another storage facility on Wade Hampton Blvd. The Lockbox Storage Facility which is currently there is now asking the city zoning board for a variance to rent trucksRead more
Beginning January 14, Cleveland Park Drive, between Lakehurst Street and Ridgeland Drive, will be closed for approximately 60 days to facilitate pipe installation for the DIG Greenville project. The City is working closely with ReWa to minimize the overall impactRead more
Arbor Engineering has presented plans for a new development at 611 N. Main St. (The area where North Main Counseling was once located…between Stone Ave and Park Ave.). The plan is for 25 units on approximately 1.38 acres. See linksRead more