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March/April 2022 Newsletter

        It’s time to register for the 2022 NMCA Spring Member Social All residents in the North Main Community should have gotten a postcard invitation.  For some it’s been a little confusing, but we’ll try to explainRead 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

How-to Guide to Street, Sidewalk & Bike Improvements

Members of the Public Works and Parks & Recreation Departments will host an online informational meeting on Thursday, March 11 at 5:30 p.m. to provide city residents with an overview of how neighborhood improvements such as street resurfacing, sidewalks, traffic calming andRead more

John DeWorken’s District 1 Update….September 2020 Edition

Dear Neighbors and Friends, It is my hope that this Update will provide you useful information about your City and community. If you have any questions or comments, you may contact me at jdeworken@greenvillesc.gov or on my cell phone at 864.905.5529.  Read more

Update on City Budget, BP Center and Infill Ordinance

NMCA President Dave Modeen participated in a webex organized by John DeWorken, District 1 Councilmember and supported by Assistant City Manager, Shannon Levrin, and City Communications Manager, Leslie Fletcher on May 15th.  Key points were: 1.       The city anticipates a reductionRead more

City Requests Citizen Input on GVL2040 Draft Plan

GVL2040, the comprehensive planning process that will give the City of Greenville a policy blueprint and decision-making guide for the next 20 years, is nearly two-thirds complete. To ensure that the draft plan takes shape in a way that reflectsRead more