A Neighborhood Meeting for rezone of 290sf at 15 E Stone Ave will be held on Wednesday, March 10, at 7pm. This is a virtual meeting. Please note you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation to the meeting.Read more
For those who may be interested, The City of Greenville Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, February 11th, 2021 at 4:00 PM via WebEx. One of the applications to be considered is presented by ShraddhaRead more
As reported previously, the infill ordinance passed first reading at city council in June. They are changing the wording back to what was in the draft when it left the Planning Commission. While they think it was honestly an accidentRead more
There was a good turnout Tuesday night for the neighborhood meeting about the proposed subdivision between W. Hillcrest and W. Mountainview (Cottages at Townes). Although many topics came up such as set-backs, retention ponds, trees, grading, drainage, home size andRead more
Just a reminder about two meetings this week of interest: North Main Building & Design has invited all interested parties to a neighborhood meeting to introduce their newest project, “Cottages at Townes”. The location of this new development is offRead more
WE MISS YOU! We realize that summer is a busy time of year with vacations, etc., but we are now over halfway through the year and the majority of our membership has not renewed for 2011. Remember…..we run on aRead 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
BZA Approves Gas Station. The issue that remains is how is this gas station going to look and what does it mean to 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.