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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

March/April 2021 Newsletter

    Annual Easter Egg Hunt The Parks & Recreation Department will host easter egg hunts for children ages 2–4 and ages 5–8 at several community centers next week. Admission is free but all egg hunters must have a guardianRead more

Jan/Feb 2021 Newsletter

  Happy New Year!       NMCA Decals We still have NMCA decals for those who would like them.  Just email northmaincomm@gmail.com to request them.  Also, we will be mailing 2021 business decals to our business members soon.  IfRead more

NMCA Holiday 2020 Newsletter

NMCA President’s Year End Note to Members You may not have seen, nor heard the voices of, NMCA leadership during this year of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The ensuing pandemonium impacted all levels of government, business, education and most importantly, yourRead more

May/June 2020 Newsletter

    *The Board of Directors usually meets the first Wednesday of most months at the Sears Shelter.   Members are welcome to attend board  meetings.  Please email northmaincomm@gmail.com   to confirm location and to find out if we are meeting thatRead more

Summary of COVID-19 Conference Call

Members of the NMCA board participated in a conference call today (March 25) set up by Council member John DeWorken for District 1 Neighborhood Association Presidents to discuss what the City is doing regarding COVID-19.  Also participating was Assistant CityRead more

Community Meeting on BP Center, City Issues and Survey Results

Please join us at the Sears Community Center on Wednesday, March 4th, for a North Main Community Meeting. 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. The following presenters will discuss the listed topics, and answer your questions. John DeWorken — Greenville City CouncilmemberRead more