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The city's new multimillion-dollar park west of downtown will be called Unity Park.
On the heels of a contentious battle over whether a barricade that turned one block of McPherson Lane into a one-way street should be made permanent, the City of Greenville is changing its traffic calming process.
Greenville City Council on Monday gave initial approval to spending $3.5 million in tourism-related tax revenue to buy warehouses and wetlands for City Park.
The new county office building will occupy 4 acres. Parks and open space will take up 3.74 acres. New roads will cover 10.16 acres. That leaves 22.7 acres of buildable land.
A new transportation service has been announced for downtown Greenville. Hop-In is an on-demand electric vehicle that will help to reduce traffic and aid in transportation.
Members of the Greenville City Council are expected to vote on Monday, May 14 whether to make a barricade on McPherson Lane permanent, an issue that has divided a neighborhood off Augusta Street and caused residents to pack a public hearing on the issue.
The Greenville County Council has approved on second reading an ordinance that would create a nonprofit public facilities corporation to oversee the redevelopment of County Square.
Castile, who was appointed Greenville’s city manager in July 2010, told City Council members that he is resigning, although he'll stay in the job for about three months.
Greenlink has a plan that would roughly double the size of Greenlink — increasing the frequency and number of routes. But it comes with a cost. If everything in the plan is done, the bus system’s annual operating cost would more than triple and capital costs would exceed $55 million.
A public hearing about the controversial barricade on McPherson Lane off Augusta Street has been scheduled for May 7, according to City of Greenville spokeswoman Leslie Fletcher.
With the exception of the City of Greenville, housing in Greenville County is quite affordable and rarely attached to a long commute, a consultant told members of the Greenville County — as long as a household earns at least $30,00 a year.
Given its sheer size and location, the redevelopment of County Square is one of the biggest — and the most important — developments in Greenville’s recent history.
For more than a year, the biggest question surrounding County Square has been which one of six developers would be chosen and what would be included in the redevelopment described by Greenville County officials as “game-changing” and “evolutionary.”
On April 12-13, about 2,000 high school and college students, educators, business professionals, government, and community leaders from around the nation, gathered at the TD Convention Center in...