News from 206 South Main Street LEADING IN OUR COMMUNITY UNDER A “NEW NORMAL” As a community, we continue to find our way through a “new normal” veiled under the Covid-19 virus threat. Our Greenville County COVID-19 Data Hub indicates that although we greatlyRead more
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*The Board of Directors typically meets the first Tuesday of most month. Recent meetings have been virtual and will likely continue for the foreseeable future. Members are welcome to attend board meetings. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out if weRead more
From Amy Ryberg Doyle: Many of you have asked about repaving Stone Avenue. In the upcoming SCDOT 2020 contract, Stone Avenue from Bennett to Rutherford Road will be repaved. Thanks to the hard work of SC Representative Jason Elliott.
Greenlink has worked with Google Maps to make using public transportation in Greenville even more convenient. Customers can get real-time bus arrival predictions with Google Maps, a popular navigation and mapping service, that now uses data provided by Greenlink. GoogleRead more
Please Welcome Your 2019 Board of Directors: President: Dave Modeen Vice-President: Rhett Brown Treasurer: Jim Gilreath Recording Secretary: Amanda Stevenson-Cali Membership Secretary: Vacant Social Com. Sec: Sunnie Harmon Beautification Com.Read more
The draft of the Wade Hampton Boulevard Strategic plan is now available for review. If you would like to provide feedback on the draft, please email your comments to 3382@PublicInput.com or call (864) 467-4401. The City’s Planning Commission will hold a public hearing onRead more
Thanks to all those who braved the rain to come out to the NMCA Town Hall Meeting. And also thanks to Council Members Amy Ryberg Doyle and Lilian Brock Flemming, and to Eric Conner and the Greenville News for moderatingRead more
The Greenville News will provide live video of a ‘State of the City’ forum this Thursday with two Greenville City Council members about issues related to the city’s unprecedented growth. The forum, sponsored by the North Main Community Association, will feature councilwomen Amy Ryberg DoyleRead more
Some of you have noticed a camera above the traffic light at Main and Stone. According to the city, they were installed to assist with detecting traffic volume which in turn coordinates the lights changing at the intersection.