Is the Waffle House Complying with its Special Permit? A status report will be given at the next BZA meeting.
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
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
It’s too bad that our zoning hearings were not part of a reality TV series. We would have a season finale coming up.
The Board of Directors meets the first Wednesday evening of each month at 6:30 PM at the either the Bobby Pearse Community Center or other local venues. Waffle House Zoning Appeal Judge Ned Miller has denied Waffle House’s motion askingRead more
Following is a letter that was sent by the NMCA President to members of the BZA stating the association’s position on the Brookside Development issue. 2 June 2010 Members, Greenville City Board of Zoning Appeal Dear board members, I amRead more
As you may recall, Developer David Douglas blamed his contractor for cutting down the trees at Brookside. Wonder who he’s going to blame for planting the signs? As you can see from the photo below, a public notice sign somehowRead more
Although developer David Douglas admits that cutting the Brookside Trees was a “gross error,” his contractor did it. So, why should he be held accountable by the city?