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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

NMCA Newsletter (Jan/Feb 2022)

 Happy Valentine’s Day!   Meet the new board…same as the old board…with one major exception.  We have a new president. 2022 NMCA Board of Directors: President:    Steve Mills Vice President:   Rhett Brown Treasurer:   Kevin Parker Membership Secretary:   Julie Proctor RecordingRead more

2021 Holiday Newsletter

  NMCA President’s Year End Note to Members   Everyone in the North Main Community, end this year, as they did in 2020 – continuing to recalibrate their lives in a COVID-19 impacted environment. But many positive things happened inRead more

Jan/Feb 2021 Newsletter

  Happy New Year!       NMCA Decals We still have NMCA decals for those who would like them.  Just email northmaincomm@gmail.com to request them.  Also, we will be mailing 2021 business decals to our business members soon.  IfRead more

Weekly Video Update and Tree Ordinance Presentation

Below are links to the Weekly Video Update, as well as the video recording of the Tree Ordinance meeting and the presentation from it. Week in Review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=–tpchFAmeU https://www.greenvillesc.gov/1652/Week-in-Review Tree Ordinance Meeting Tree Ordinance Open House Presentation https://www.greenvillesc.gov/DocumentCenter/View/16661/Landscape-and-Tree-Ordinance-Review-12-1-2020  

NMCA Holiday 2020 Newsletter

NMCA President’s Year End Note to Members You may not have seen, nor heard the voices of, NMCA leadership during this year of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The ensuing pandemonium impacted all levels of government, business, education and most importantly, yourRead more

News from Council Member Dorothy Dowe

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