City Council Member Doyle responds to Neighborhood’s concerns about convenience store.
Sorry for the short notice. Due to a serious illness in Victor Dover’s family, the Plan Stone Avenue Community Meeting and presentation by Dover, Kohl & Partners that was scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, October 26, at the Greenville County MainRead more
The City of Greenville, Dover Kohl & Partners and Hall Planning & Engineering will host a Plan Stone Avenue Community Meeting for Tuesday, October 26 from 5:30 to 7:30pm. The meeting will be held at the Greenville County Main LibraryRead more
The Board of Directors meets the first Wednesday evening of each month at 6:30 PM at various local venues – check the website for the location of the next meeting. Neighborhood Night Out Mark your calendars for Sunday afternoon, OctoberRead more
Mark your calendars. A Plan Stone Avenue Community Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, October 26 from 5:30 to 7:30pm. The meeting will be held at the Greenville County Main Library at Heritage Green. During this meeting, the draft Plan forRead more
Public Meeting (Monday, 9/20) on renovating Piazza Bergamo downtown and Expected Traffic around BI-LO Center this coming Thursday and Friday.
* The Board of Directors meets the first Wednesday evening of each month at 6:30 PM at various local venues – check our website calendar for the location of the next meeting. 2011 NMCA Elections – Second Call for NominationsRead more
District 1 City Council Member Amy Ryberg Doyle was asked the following Qs and her response is below: Based on the recent decisions by the BZA (which has not only overruled multiple neighborhood associations but also multiple city staff recommendations),Read more
Thanks to Megan McLaughlin with Dover, Kohl & Partners for the following update on what’s happening with the Stone Avenue Plan. “The Stone Avenue Plan is moving forward. Over the summer, Dover, Kohl & Partners and Hall Planning & EngineeringRead more
Neighborhood News from City Council Member Amy Ryberg Doyle with a Board of Zoning Appeals question for her. What is Amy looking for in a new BZA member since it is already made up of a majority who make their living off private/commercial real estate.