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?
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
Naming the “Thumb” Developer, David Douglas, who killed the Brookside Trees.
Waffle House doesn’t want to be “Cinderalla” on opening night.
Here is the letter from the City of Greenville declining the meager proposal by developer David Douglas of replacing tall, heritage trees with munchkin trees. The best thing about the letter is the list comparing the type and size ofRead more
Normally, you try not to think of April 15th, tax day. This year, it’s also a the day of Waffles in the morning and Dancing in the evening. As we announced earlier, Thursday – April 15th – is the dayRead more
Douglas Development killed the trees and the City has killed Douglas’ original plan to develop Brookside Circle. We expect that any plan revisions submitted by Douglas will require him to go before the Planning Commission and to face us atRead more
From the Greenville News….. Thumbs Down to the destruction of trees off Wade Hampton Boulevard, and Thumbs Up to nearby residents who have forced the city to deal with what appears to be a permit violation. The site being gradedRead more
Below is the Greenville City letter to the Developer who cut the trees at the Brookside Development. Work has been stopped at the site by the City until this Developer submits a revised proposal for the site. Since there willRead more
The local news (WYFF) did a segment on the unauthorized removal of heritage trees from the Brookside Gardens development off Wade Hampton Boulevard: The city of Greenville has temporarily halted construction on a low-income apartment complex for senior citizens followingRead more