Here’s a recap of Greenville City Council’s Sept. 25 meeting.
The council approved third and final reading to a pair of measures granting tax incentives to the Woven mixed-use project in West Greenville.
Sean Dogan, community health director at Bon Secours St. Francis, said the goal is to help more of the local senior population “age in place."
Council approved the first reading of an ordinance to allocate $100,000 for a mountain bike and hiking trail in the Nicholtown neighborhood.
Rebuild Upstate focuses on preservation to keep residents in their homes.
The council approved a pair of ordinances providing incentives for workforce housing as part of a multifamily development on Gordon Street.
More than 20 congregations in Greenville County formed an interfaith justice group in 2022 to address community issues.
Shawn Williams, CEO of The Greenville Housing Authority, was charged with arranging fraudulent contracts while in a previous role in Georgia.
Habitat for Humanity of Greenville County has constructed 412 affordable, energy-efficient homes since 1985.
Housing insecurity is not theoretical, and its devastating human toll cannot be adequately conveyed with statistics.
Genesis Homes, a local affordable housing nonprofit, unveiled its newest cottage home, “Ginny’s House,” on June 1.
The organization will use the funds to support its Stable Housing for Veterans program.
Here’s a quick overview of some of the most significant changes prompted by community feedback.
Greenville has directly invested millions of tax dollars in infrastructure improvements, not only in SENs but all over the city in the past 20 years.
The institution will use the investment to provide financing for affordable housing and support-related programs.