AND THE GROUNDHOG SAYS………….AN EARLY SPRING!! Reminder…..Community Center Survey It’s not too late! Please take a few minutes and complete the Community Center Questionnaire to provide your ideas about the opportunities and challenges for recreation in the city. The surveyRead 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. 2011 NMCA Election Results Congratulations to our newly elected NMCARead more
Is a new Convenience Store a Plus for our Neighborhood?
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
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.
The City of Greenville Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) will hold a Public Hearing this Thursday, July 15, 2010 at 5:00 PM in the 10th floor Council Chambers at City Hall for the purpose of considering the request by DouglasRead more
The Board of Directors meets the first Wednesday evening of each month at 6:30 PM at either the Bobby Pearse Community Center or other local venues. Please email the website if you need the location. Brookside Hearing Rescheduled The CityRead more
At first, the BZA didn’t have enough members for a quorum. The room was packed and there was an overflow crowd sent to another floor for video viewing. City staff tried calling, desperate for at least one more BZA member to arrive.
The following is an email received from Council Member Amy Ryberg Doyle updating us on several local issues. District 1 Neighbors: I have received a number of questions in the past few weeks on several issues affecting our neighborhood. IRead more
On Thursday afternoon, June 17, the Board of Zoning Appeals will hear arguments on both the Waffle House and Brookside. Waffle House is asking for a special exemption to be open past midnight, a move which we feel is notRead more