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NMCA 2022 Holiday Newsletter

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

District Update from Council Member John DeWorken

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

City Council News from Dorothy Dowe

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

July/August 2022 Newsletter

  New Business Member Please welcome our newest business member, The Children’s Museum of the Upstate, conveniently located in downtown Greenville.  As one of the nation’s largest children’s museums and one of the first to become Smithsonian affiliated, TCMU offersRead more

NMCA Newsletter (Jan/Feb 2022)

 Happy Valentine’s Day!   Meet the new board…same as the old board…with one major exception.  We have a new president. 2022 NMCA Board of Directors: President:    Steve Mills Vice President:   Rhett Brown Treasurer:   Kevin Parker Membership Secretary:   Julie Proctor RecordingRead more

Round 2 Text Amendments to Land Management Ordinance

The Round 2 Text Amendments to the Land Management Ordinance (LMO) are now available for review and comment on the City’s website at https://www.greenvillesc.gov/1870/Land-Management-Ordinance-Amendments—R. They address affordable housing, traffic, parking lots, table of uses and stormwater, and as before, in eachRead more